WHAT NOT TO BARE comes out October 14, less than a month from now, and YAY! and WHEE! and other exclamatory noises.
My agent has a few new proposals for both my Megan Frampton and Megan Caldwell personae. We’re figuring out what to do with them, and I hope there will be news soonish.
Meanwhile, my son is a freshman in high school, is taller than me, and is already frequently embarrassed by me. Parenting, I am doing it right.
My day job at Heroes and Heartbreakers is going well–I love my work, I am so lucky to have this job and work with the people I do. They are all awesome, and I actually like going to work everyday. Not something everyone can say. It doesn’t leave me a lot of time for other things–well, besides the essentials of reading, embarrassing my son, drinking wine, and watching historical miniseries–so I’ve been busy and sometimes stressed about how little I seem to be doing when I am not at work. But it’s a good kind of stress to have, I think.
Today was the first day in over four months I’ve had to wear socks. I am sad about summer being over, but then again, there are fall sweaters, so I assuage myself with that thought. Plus cute socks are cute!
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(The hero of the thing I’m working on now looks like Joe M. here, above).