*I was provided with a copy of this novel to facilitate my post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.* April is National Autism Month and what better way to spread awareness then to pick up a copy of The Spark : A Mother’s Story of Nurturing, Genius and Autism. This book is a memoir […]
Let’s face it, most of The Bachelor/Bachelorette couples last for about a nanosecond. Do you ladies remember Trista Sutter, the original Bachelorette, who chose hunky Ryan Sutter? Well, they are coming up on their 10th wedding anniversary! The couple are STILL together, living their lives in Vail, CO and have two children son Max, 5 […]
The folks at MomCentral sent me a review sample of Suzy Welch’s new book
10-10-10: A Life-Transforming Idea. From the cover, it looked like another “self-help” book. Since I’m not a big fan of that genre, I’ll admit that I only cracked open 10-10-10 because of Suzy Welch’s…ahem…notoriety.* But I kept reading because the 10-10-10 idea actually made sense.
My Listography: My Amazing Life in Lists will inspire children and teens to write their autobiography in list form. Kids can list favorite books, movies, foods, songs, friends, things to do in their free time as well as their dreams for the future and all the jobs they might like to do someday. I wish this book had been […]
Need a good laugh? Pre-order Steve Almond’s (Not that You Asked): Rants, Exploits, and Obsessions. A collection of essays that would qualify as TMI (too much information) if it wasn’t so hysterical, (Not that You Asked) is a nice dose of guilt-free schadenfreude…because Almond not only volunteers these vulnerable, honest, and embarrassingly amusing stories, he […]