Last night we auditioned our rhythm guitarist's brother to take over on bass. I've known him since we were both teenagers because he played rhythm guitar and sang in a band with my mom back then.
Long story short, it looks like he's going to work out great. He'll to have to hustle to learn all the tunes in just a few weeks, but he's willing to put in the effort.
If you're in the Kansas City area and I haven't already invited you to the "Sleep is for the Weak" book signing with my friends, editor Rita Arens of Surrender, Dorothy and contributor Kelli Oliver George of Rancid Raves, it's tomorrow (Thursday, September 4th) from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Barnes & Noble store on the Plaza. Here's the Facebook fan page with other cities' signings listed. Help support your local bloggers!
I'm going to keep this short because I'm heading into work early today and will no doubt be there late. My company puts on an annual two-day creative symposium where the office shuts down and everyone goes to an auditorium to hear interesting speakers and presenters discuss creativity. This year's symposium begins tomorrow, which means I have to finish my week's work today.
Have a lovely Wednesday (can you believe it's Wednesday?). Talk amongst yourselves.