Good morning, Mini-Women! This is not your official post for today (hopefully that will come this afternoon). I just need your help with something.
What is tween language for "You're not the boss of me!"
Remember when you used to say that to kids who were B.O.S.S.Y. to you? What would you say now to someone who thought they could push you around? You know, like a mean girl.
Would it be something like:
"Back off me!"
"Are You SERIOUS?"
I need lots of suggestions. This may be the title of one of the books in the new series I'm developing, and how cool would it be to have YOUR title chosen? I can't promise the publisher will pick any of the ones we suggest -- they have the final word because they know what sells books -- but they do want to know what YOU are thinking.
So think -- title -- tween slang -- meaning: "you're not the boss of me."
If you can't come up with one, you can always vote for someone else's suggestion that you think is awesome.
The sooner you can get your thoughts to me the better. Post as many as you want -- and remember that no idea is stupid or lame. You'll want to think about it, of course (rather than just spurting out stuff) but don't be afraid your suggestion isn't good.
All right -- let's hear it!
(More later . . .)