Ten Things I Will Happily Not Do in 2009
Accept the things I am told I cannot change.
Laughing at the people who tell me this should also probably be avoided.
Allow Publishing into my writing space.
Like everyone else, Publishing will have to wait out in the livingroom until I'm done, and not put its feet on the coffee table or forget to use the coasters, please.
Believe people in NY when they say "This is your cover art."
(cough) Hey, have you heard that pink is the new black? Yep.
Even consider replying to an e-mail that starts off with "I read your blog every day, and I know you hate me."
The "who the heck are you?" response never goes over well.
Make fun of the buzzkillers.
Hold the wagon, I think I just fell off.
Quit hoping for the great big brass ring and keep collecting the little golden ones.
There's nothing wrong with being the only top 20 NYT bestselling author in existence who has yet to crack 50K on a first print run.
Release three e-books during a major holiday two weeks before a print release.
This is the new definition of stupidity, btw.
Take anything on faith.
Faith is nice. Four copies of notarized contracts are better.
Write letters of protest to President Bush.
I know I don't put politics on PBW, but I do have one thing I need to say: Bye, George. Don't let the oval office door hit you in the ass on the way out.
So what are you happily not going to do in 2009? Let us know in comments.