I really admire versatility. I'm so impressed with the way so many crime fiction authors juggle a day job as a lawyer or doctor or executive or what-have-you with their writing. Jim Fusilli has written the terrific Terry Orr series and at the same time is music critic for The Wall Street Journal. Impressive? He has a piece on Frank Sinatra in today's paper which is both insightful and elegaic. I listen to Frankie (and Ella, Tony, Sammy, Doris, Dino, Rosemary, etc.) on AOL Radio's Sinatra Style station while doing any boring, mindless task -- usually paying bills.