By my own definition learned from an earnest writer and professor of writing, a worker sentence is a
sentence that gets you from point A to point B in a story or novel. It is regrettably not often a "pretty" or "glamorous" or "novel" sentence, it is a worker sentence, much like a worker bee.
When you write, do you try and make every sentence golden like William Faulkner or Toni Morrison? Or do you employ the worker sentence as a means to a bigger end? Or do you think that both are necessary in measure?
Hot damn! Tell me what you think!