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The Big Book of Parenting Tweets Edited by Kate Hall and Science of Parenthood

If motherhood has taught me anything it is that getting angry rarely alleviates any ridiculous or trying circumstance that children will undoubtedly toss a mom (or dad) into. You may as well find the humor in the chaos, which is where Kate Hall and Science of Parenthood come in with their hilarious The Big Book […]

Not Without My Father: One Woman’s Walk of the 444-Mile Natchez Trace by Andra Watkins

BOOK REVIEW: Andra Watkins’ Not Without My Father Click To Tweet In this age of self-publishing, a sea of blogs, and social media glut it can be difficult to find a writer with a fresh voice that draws the reader in and inspires a genuine feeling of pleasure from the act of reading. In Andra […]

Lemonade and Holy Stuff by Miranda Gargasz

If there were such thing as Queen For A Day then I would whole heartedly nominate Ohio based writer, Miranda Gargasz for she is the downtrodden EveryMom who willingly shares her incredible stories of motherhood, marriage, and friendship with the entire world. In her recently published book, Lemonade and Holy Stuff, Gargasz bravely opens up […]