This is Janet Tronstad here, working on Labor Day on another of my Dry Creek books (which I love writing by the way). This one prompted me to think of the whole working woman issue in romance novels. I know for a few decades there the push was to give really interesting careers to our heroines. That's what readers wanted then. Now though (at least in my books) I'm trying for careers that are closer to the heart (by that, I mean, closer to people). I've had a woman who owns a small cafe, a Sunday school teacher, a woman who inherits a small farm. The heroine in my book releasing in October, "Silent Night for Dry Creek," is an auto mechanic. And also an ex-con (if that can be a career). In my life, I've done many jobs as well over the years -- I was a waitress (for a day - not for me), a janitor (liked that better), editor of a small newspaper, telephone interviewer on a research study, manager, editor again. I'm sure I've forgotten a few from the years. I find as I grow older, I care less about titles and more about whether I enjoy the job I'm doing at the moment. How about you? What kind of jobs have you had? Which ones did you like?