Martinis & Motherhood: Tales of Wonder, Woe & WTF?! Paperback – Jun 8 2015
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About the Author
Shannon Day is a former bartender-turned-teacher. She’s now a story-maker, martini-shaker, and fun-times project undertaker. Find her at MartinisAndMotherhood.com.
Tara Wilson writes about autism and ADHD in between knocking things over at the grocery store and chasing the squirrels in her head. Find her at DontLickTheDeck.com.
Top Customer Reviews
Such a real to life portrayal of what is means to be a mama in all of its forms. We are all fueled by love for our children but it's not always pretty and picture perfect. Here is an honest and humorous collection of writing that reminds us how we are not alone in our daily struggles and wins.
If you are a mother looking for a little dose of reality mixed in with your social media feed, give this collection a read. Guaranteed laughs, tears and a big bucket of extra greasy, extra salty, full-fat stories you can probably relate to even if you wouldn't post your truths for the world to see.
Thanks for sharing these tales ladies, you've made the world a more honest place for the rest of us!
Most recent customer reviews
Great book! Lots of stories I could relate to. Can't wait to try out quite a few of those martini recipes! A must read for all Mommies and Mommies to Be!Published 11 months ago by lilmegstar
So grateful to have received the Advanced Copy of Martinis & Motherhood! Loved it from cover to cover. I could relate to every story! I laughed and I cried... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kristen
I feel so privileged to have been given the opportunity to read an advanced copy of Martinis & Motherhood: Tales of Wonder, Woe & WTF?! Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amy C. Kelly