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99 Problems but a Baby Ain't One Paperback – August 8, 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
In her memoir (that we've already purchased 10 copies of and found it wasn't nearly enough), Megan Silianoff tells is like it is...well, if you're talking about cancer, adoption, and of course, Jay-Z. She has witty, brilliant stuff to say about meds, fashion, blogging, food and travel too.
This book is one that's near and dear to our hearts and left us seeing beautiful in so many ways. We were honored to feature it as our See Beautiful book of the month. Now you need it. You'll be proud to have it shining on your bookshelf.
What a good read! Few years ago, I had to have Dermoid cyst, big as moon removed. For someone who never had surgery before, it was blood-curdling, surreal experience, especially the possibility of losing ovaries.
So reading each situation with the writer's sense of humor was truly relatable. Many many chuckles. I also had to watch her interview on youtube. Macy Carter, her adopted daughter was also in it and she was so cute!
One of the things that sets 99 Problems apart from similar titles is that the voices of Megan's friends and family play a role in her story. I loved that we were able to read their comments on each post as she updates about the process of her diagnoses and recovery. Her loved ones clearly care and show so much concern and support for Megan and her family, but they also set up some of the funniest one liners in the book.
The third and final section of the book is probably my favorite. Without giving too much away, the final section introduces us to Macy's birth mother. The relationship that Megan and Macy's birth mom form is so unique and special. The adoption process seems to be almost intentionally difficult, so by time Megan meets her, I as a reader was rooting extra hard that things would work out. I'll let you read the book to find out what goes down, but let me warn you that this would be the time you want to grab some Kleenex.
I'm a notoriously slow reader, but I finished 99 Problems but a Baby Ain't One in less than 24 hours. I couldn't put it down, I couldn't stop laughing, and I'm pretty sure Megan actually stopped time while I read. All of a sudden I closed the back cover and looked around and it was dark again. What the heck happened? 99 Problems but a Baby Ain't One by Megan Silianoff happened.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What a great read. I literally laughed until I cried, and I must say I even cried till I cried. So sweet, so honest and such a great outlook at life.Published 5 months ago by Robert Bluett
Loved this book. A must read! It's an inspiring story and the authors humor and personality make it seem like I've known her for yearsPublished 11 months ago by Stephanie Subia
The book was funny in parts. Didn't much get into the emotional aspects of dealing with cancer and the loss of reproductive abilities. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Keila R. Young
Such an honest funny and real book. At some points you want to laugh and some you want to cry. Shows you to stay positive through everything and it'll all be ok. Loved this book!Published 24 months ago by JBW
I read this book while on the bus and loved every minute of it! I was so engrossed that when I saw a friend get on the bus I ignored her and kept my head down so I could continue... Read morePublished on April 15, 2014 by Lauren Gavin
Megan is a very talented writer-this book will make you laugh and cry as you join her on her journey through her recent struggles and triumphs. Read morePublished on January 23, 2014 by Amber Forster
As many know, the process of adoption can be long and challenging. I appreciate this writer's approach and her use of humor to explain both her story while inspiring others... Read morePublished on January 13, 2014 by Shari
I'm only halfway through, but i keep finding myself laugh. 3 times today I've run to the back of the office (yes, i'm reading it at work, which if you read her resume, is quite... Read morePublished on January 10, 2014 by kendra sands