I work full time and often write advertising copy, but I've got plans to do what Sherwood did. Except I already am a writer.
It also says he " encouraged the young William Faulkner, whom he met in New Orleans. He inspired Faulkner to write his first novel and helped him get published." [Full disclosure: I used to be represented by the same literary agency that still represents Faulkner's estate. Once I lied and said I lost the list in the hope the new list of authors would show me on the same page as Faulkner, but it was a long list and we were on different pages. Ditto me and JD Salinger.]