The working title is Everything I Know About Parenting I Learned from the Internet, and I'm touting it as the least preachy parenting book ever written, mostly because I just make fun of myself and anyone who thinks they have a definitive handle on any aspect of this parenting gig.
I'm also promoting it as a parenting book for both parents AND non-parents that'll leave you feeling good about yourself, either because (a) you'll realize that, however challenging you may occasionally find being a parent, there's a much bigger doofus than you out there, or because (b) you'll realize that not having kids was the smartest thing you ever did. Either way, score one point for you!
Plus, there are lists a-plenty. There's no way I could write a book that didn't contain a few lists or, as we savvy publishing insiders like to call them, "sidebars."
So here I am, publishers: someone with absolutely zero credentials writing a parenting book that contains no advice, quick fixes, or practical information whatsoever. How refreshing is that?