The Wordsteader

Wordsteader: noun. A person who lives a life of literature, most often away from the crowded craziness of the public. Through hard work, long hours and massive mental toil, they grow their own words, farm their own sentences and raise paragraphs. A wordsteader then uses the fruit of their labor, along with knowledge they harvest from the garden of books they read and become self-sufficient by selling those words at the local bookstore markets and other international markets that sell the produce of prose.