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"Fun and feisty!"
"Thought provoking and funny... told in a voice that's like chatting with a friend."
"A wonderful journey laced with humor and reality. A recommended read!" --Brickstone Publishing
"[Momnesia] is about being a good mom without losing yourself in the process... the author tackles the subject with humor and gets you thinking about a worthwhile subject--yourself." --The Boston Globe (Lifestyle/Moms)
"This summer's hot novel!" --Carolina Today Show
National Indie Excellent Book Awards, Finalist, 2012! --Ellen Reid, President, National Indie Excellence Awards
Such a hilarious and accurate description of how our lives change when we are married with children. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Robin Christofaro
I have to admit that I struggled with my rating of this book for some time. There are some obvious reasons why I should mark it down. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ruth A. Hill
It kept me interested with similarities in my own life... The end got kind if cheesy but for the most part was entertaining.Published 10 months ago by hdjaroz70
Loved it. Made me realize that all moms feel the same ways about being a parent. We love our kids but sometimes forget about ourselvesPublished 11 months ago by Jennyfer Holden
Slow story or non story. The wife Came across as whiny and selfish. The husband a total zero. Worse than listening to your neighbor complain about her marriage. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Friday reader
I'll save you time and money; here's the book: "I do EVERYTHING around here and I'm smart and beautiful and funny and sexy, dammit. Now give me a drink. Read morePublished 12 months ago by L. K. Scott
Momnesia is a thoroughly enjoyable book. I'm not sure how much of that I suffered from having been the wife of a submarine sailor who was stationed aboard fast attack nuclear... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Rochelle Weber, Author, at Roses & Thorns Reviews
This book has had an amazing impact on how I look at myself as a mom and as a woman.Published 14 months ago by Ashley Ragsdale
Momnesia had a profound impact on me. The concept of Momnesia - forgetting who you were before you became a mom - is one that every mother can relate to. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Lovetoread