Last week I posted that one of the new books I have coming out in April was on a very different topic than anything I’ve done before, and that it was “sort of related to an aquatic life form … but not really.”
So what is it?
Gilles Arbour posted a comment suggesting that it might be about sirens. I like that. However, no dice.
Carla Gosselin countered that it wasn’t sirens, but “the female form of that aquatic manifestation, the Serinade!” Nice, Carla. An A for creativity.
It’s not a flying fish, dogfish, catfish, or monkfish. (Nor one fish, not two fish, nor red fish, and not bluefish.)
Not a mermaid, either.
It’s not shark. Not a porpoise or dolphin. Not a whale. (And definitely not a minnow.)
Tell you what. The first person who guesses what this aquatic mystery guest is — I’ll send you a signed copy of the book when it comes out!