Now I'm prepping for my next book, Marilyn Monroe: My Little Secret by Tony Jerris. This one is non-fiction and I'm very excited about recording it. It tells the story of Jane Lawrence and her friendship with Marilyn Monroe from the time Jane was first appointed president of Marilyn's fan club at the tender age of 12 until Marilyn's untimely death. Jane's father was a bigwig at RKO Studios where the young starlet, Marilyn was under contract. That's how Jane ended up with the enviable job with the fan club. I should begin recording later this week.
On the yarn front, I'm still looking at possibilities for Easter 'critters' to make for my three young nieces. Still have lots of time but there are a ton of choices. Tsk.
Oh, and my nephew Sam has begun taking flying lessons. I'm not crazy about this. I freely admit that little planes freak me out. My uncle was an experienced pilot of over 13 years when his small plane (which he used to fly to and from work each day) crashed into the Everglades. My cousin (my uncle's oldest son) and my uncle's son-in-law were aboard the plane, too. The cause of the crash was never discovered. This happened in 1987 and I still get the heebie-jeebies regarding small planes. Bad mojo.
Sam has posted some videos of his flight training. This is my favorite. One where he lands and is safely back on the ground. The music is "Fog" by The Mallard.