Everyone just stop for one bleeping minute so we can all get real with each other. Being a mom is some tough $#!†. You're constantly wearing questionable substances that make you ask, "is this chocolate or ... oh, crap ..." and your purse is merely a receptacle for three-week-old snacks and broken crayons.
Let's be honest ... even when we're doing this “mom” thing right, we're somehow doing it completely wrong.
Pardon us while we dust off our collective Mother of the Year trophy and proudly present you with an epic anthology of #MOMFAILS.
*Stories inspired by real life (unless you’re a cop, then it’s all complete fiction). Names and situations have been changed to protect the guilty (and by guilty, we mean the moms). Because motherhood is a battlefield and we're all just trying to survive by any means necessary.
Featuring this amazing lineup: Alissa York, A.M. Willard, BL Berry, Carina Adams, Claudia Burgoa, Crystal Burnette, Dylan Allen, Faith Andrews, Gia Riley, J.A. DeRouen, Kate Anslinger, Leddy Harper, LK Collins, LL Collins, Marie James, Piper Rayne, Riann C. Miller, Shari J. Ryan, Stephanie Rose, Stephie Walls, SM West, TL Swan, Teresa Michaels, and foreword written by: Nicole Kane Knepper.
4 Star Review by Ashley
I have been anticipating this anthology since I first heard about it and saw the line-up of authors! I need to preface these reviews by saying that I am not a mom. However, that doesn't mean I didn't want to hear about the joy of motherhood through these heartfelt and hilarious stories.
Afternoon Delight by B.L. Berry:
Short, scandalous and just the right amount of oh my goodness. From snakes to superheroes and planning adult playtime, Afternoon Delight had me laughing from start to finish. And possibly squirming a few times, too.
The Professor and The Doofus by J.A. DeRouen:
I was highly entertained and a smidgen grossed out while reading The Professor and the Doofus. The overall message of this short and sweet story made me smile so, so big. Because it's all you want for someone you love.
How Spoiled is Rotten? by Stephanie Rose:
I am not an only child- having three brothers, I found How Spoiled is Rotten to be quite enlightening. But it was also sweet to see all the personalities of younger, middle and older sibling rolled into one. The antics of this seven year old made me smile and cringe in equal measure.
As you can see I haven't gotten very far in this extensive collection of short stories but I know that whenever I need something to lighten the mood, this is the anthology I can turn to.
Connect with the Authors
Alissa York: http://bit.ly/2tkt3lq
A.M. Willard: http://bit.ly/2vGtAyH
BL Berry: http://bit.ly/2uHimwB
Carina Adams: http://bit.ly/2gOIMHr
Claudia Burgoa: http://bit.ly/2ugiEtU
Crystal Burnette: http://bit.ly/2uFaEnk
Dylan Allen: http://bit.ly/2vGUNBk
Faith Andrews: http://bit.ly/2uOc67s
Gia Riley: http://bit.ly/2gOOtVR
J.A. DeRouen: http://bit.ly/2dFHwzC
Kate Anslinger: http://bit.ly/2tLw8dt
Leddy Harper: http://bit.ly/2uF5gAG
LK Collins: http://bit.ly/2vpCK3m
LL Collins: http://bit.ly/2uHAUga
Marie James: http://bit.ly/2ubkYQ6
Piper Rayne: http://bit.ly/2ugdmPf
Riann C. Miller: http://bit.ly/1V9Q3xM
Shari J. Ryan: http://bit.ly/2vGUfeN
Stephanie Rose: http://bit.ly/2vHa3ya
Stephie Walls: http://bit.ly/2rwxvkc
SM West: http://bit.ly/2tl5j0h
T L Swan: http://bit.ly/2tbsiyG
Teresa Michaels: http://bit.ly/2rIEfrf