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Mama, Mama, Only Mama is hilarious, achingly real, and one of those books that will end up being passed around the carpool line. You’ll crack up, you’ll relate, you’ll wish you could hang out at Lara Lillibridge’s house on Saturday afternoons." ”
—Lisa Daily, bestselling author of  Single-Minded

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TBR Tuesday Review + GIVEAWAY: THE PERFECT ASSASSIN by KA Doore

Tue Mar 19 2019

Today is the release day of The Perfect Assassin (The Chronicles of Ghadid #1) by K.A. Doore! To celebrate, we’re offering up a free copy to one lucky reader! Read more »


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Tiny Pants' First Birthday

Wed Mar 13 2019

Ten years ago I was a newly-single mama who needed to somehow pull off a 1st Birthday party. Luckily I had friends to help. View at only-mama »


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Announcement: Girlish is a Finalist for Foreword Reviews' Book of the Year

Wed Mar 13 2019

In which twitter teaches me to check my inbox. Read more »


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TBR Tuesday Book Review: She/He/They/Me by Robyn Ryle

Tue Mar 12 2019

She/He/They/Me is thorough, inclusive, and fun to read. I'd recommend it to anyone interested in exploring gender or someone frustrated by trying to explain gender to someone else.  Read more »


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The Best Thing I Did For My Mental Health Was Relax My Cleaning Standards. A Lot.

Fri Mar 08 2019

thought I was being wise by installing carpeting that matched the dog. Then my baby started crawling, and vacuuming became important. Really important. I was in over my head. View at modernparentsmessykids »


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To Be Read Tuesdays: Running Out by Dave Essinger

Tue Feb 26 2019

This is a great book for any endurance runners, or former runners, or maybe one day in the future runners. I went into the book knowing very little about running and still enjoyed the vicarious experience immensely.  Read more »


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TBR Tuesday Review: Sapphire the Great and the Meaning of Life By Beverly Brenna

Tue Feb 19 2019

This fun, illustrated middle grade novel features a hamster, a girl, and a family on the rocks. Sapphire the Great and the Meaning of Life was written in consultation with OutSaskatoon, an organization that supports LGBTQ2S+ people of all ages. Read more »


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Valentine’s Day Survival Guide

Thu Feb 14 2019

Some tips for surviving Valentine’s Day when you are alone or in a less-than-ideal relationship. View at medium »


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TBR Tuesday Review: Burn the Binary by Rikki Wilchins

Tue Feb 12 2019

When I saw BURN THE BINARY on Net Galley I had to request it. The conversation about trans, genderqueer and nonbinary people may feel new, but I wanted to know some historical context. After all, genderqueer people have always been with us, whether society chose to see them or not.  Read more »


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It's Just a Potato Plant, Minding Its Own Business

Mon Feb 11 2019

I  have a potato plant on my bathroom counter.  Read more »


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Tiaras Are Wasted on the Young

Wed Feb 06 2019

I don’t want to be a bride. I just want to wear a tiara. View at only-mama »




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