So, I'm in the bookstore this weekend and I see that David Hasselhoff has published a book.
Depending on your age, you'll know David as the former star of the TV show Knightrider (1980s), or the lifeguard from Baywatch (1990s), or the sometimes intoxicated judge on America's Got Talent (2006). Oh, and apparently he was a pop star in Germany for a short while too - who knew?
So anyway, I spot his book on the shelf from across the aisle and it's titled ... wait a minute, I can't stop giggling ... it's titled: Don't Hassel the Hoff.
Oh yes. He did.
I'm in the process of finishing up my current book, which means it is time to start brainstorming topics and titles for my next one, which is already under contract - hence the lack of break between projects.
So when I saw David's book I said to my husband, "If only my name would lend itself to being the title for my next book ... and I could refer to myself in 3rd person with a nickname making me sound legendary ... and at the same time, I could communicate to the world my disdain for interruptions and inconveniences ... and warn everyone not to do that to me ..."
Then, life would be good. I'm sure of it. Only my name, won't comply. Why, oh why, couldn't I marry a man with the last name Makemecook? (Figure it out.)
... and so, I'm open for recommendations for my next book topic.
Hope you had a good Mother's Day!