What if you suddenly met someone who's youonly better? That's what happens in this hilarious new series for fans of Stuart Gibb's Moon Base Alpha and quirky sci-fi animated shows like Rick and Morty and Regular Show.
It all starts with a note folded into the shape of an origami octopus: "Hi, Me. Yes, you. You're me, and I'm you." If you believe this and the other origami notes that followwhich middle schooler Meade Macon absolutely, positively does NOTthe concept of parallel dimensions is true, and there is a convention full of alternate versions of Meade waiting for his RSVP. It's got to be a joke.
Except . . . the octopus is an origami fold Meade thought he invented. And the note writer has a lot of intel on him that nobody else should know. I mean, he's told his best friend Twig a lot about himself, but he's definitely kept mum about that time he sleepwalk-peed into his Lego container when he was six. Could Me Con be a real thing? And why does the origami stalker want him to go so badly anyway?
About the Author
S. G. WILSON lives in Austin, Texas, with his partner, kids, and cats (plus a bearded dragon). He was born and raised in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, and graduated from Ball State University with a degree in English and journalism. He lived and worked in New York as a magazine writer and editor for the better part of a decade. As a freelance journalist (writing as one of several Steve Wilsons out there), he's covered pop culture, technology, travel, parenting, food, and other topics for the New York Times, GQ, Newsweek, Travel & Leisure, Smithsonian, Salon, and other publications. He also cowrote the biography Center Square: The Paul Lynde Story (Advocate Books, 2005). He's a member of SCBWI and the Kids Listen Network.