I don't blog much about what I do for a living...my career, if you will. It's one of those things that's just not cool in this modern world. I would never blog anything negative...I don't want to get "Dooce'd," even though Dooce received a whole new life by doing so. Kind of a giant Karmic make-over, I suppose. But I digress.
Occasionally I do something that I am extremely proud of, and we have one of those rare occasions right here, right now. The 2012 edition of Comic-Con Annual is out, both in its print edition and online, and I'm very happy with it. The title of this post is a bit of a misnomer: I had most of the book done, save for a couple of very important missing components (which made it a little hard to relax and enjoy the festive holiday festivities, because--let's face it--I'm a worrier), before the holiday break from Christmas through New Year's Day. But that's water under the bridge now that I get to hold it in my hot little hands and see what the last three months of work has come to. Trust me, there's nothing like holding a printed book in your hands after you've spent so much time on it. But I will confess: Spending a half hour or so talking to Emma Stone on the phone isn't a bad way to spend part of your day.
Some of you may actually get this in the mail. Others will have to enjoy it online--in a slightly different version--and you can do so by clicking here.
This is how I spend my time when I'm not walking or writing about walking. This is what I do.