You release a follow-up!
Last year I contributed an essay to a book called I Just Want to Pee Alone. I knew it would do well because of the amazing ladies who contributed to it, and because of Jen Mann, the powerhouse editor behind it. But holy crap, I never expected it to be on a NY Times best seller list! Thank you so much to everyone who bought it. All the authors are eternally grateful and we hope we made you laugh!
Now I’m thrilled to announce that the follow-up book, I STILL Just Want to Pee Alone, is officially on sale today, and you can even get a signed copy from me!
But what’s the book all about? Oh, I’m so glad you asked.
I STILL Just Want to Pee Alone is a collection of hilarious and heartwarming essays from 40 of the most kick-ass mom bloggers on the web. Jen Mann hand picked each blogger in this book and you won’t be disappointed (some, like me, are in the original “Pee Alone.”) You will laugh, you will cry, and you will want to share this book with every mom who is in the trenches with you. Parenting is hard. Isn’t it nice to know you’re not alone?
Read awesome essays like:
It’s Not Pee. It’s You.
Open Letter to My Daughter: My Mother was Right and You Should Think I Am, Too.
And Then God Laughed
Flames, Knives, and Fear: A Family Dinner
Let’s Piss Off the Babies
Sometimes Drugs Are What You Need to Get Through Motherhood. And That’s Totally Okay. (that’s mine!)
My essay is (perhaps unsurprisingly) one of the heartwarming ones. It’s about postpartum depression and how I recovered from it. I’m so excited to reach a new group of moms out there through this book, and I hope you love it as much as I do.
So how do you get your copy of I STILL Just Want to Pee Alone?
Buy a signed copy from me: I’ll send you a signed copy for $12.99, which covers the cost of the book, shipping, and my oh-so-valuable signature. Just email me at email@example.com and tell me exactly who to dedicate the book to and where to send it, and we’ll take it from there. (All payments must be sent via PayPal.)
Thank you, thank you, thank you for being an Honest Mom reader, and I hope you enjoy I STILL Just Want to Pee Alone!
PS: I’m serious when I say I still want to pee alone. My kids are 9 and 6, and yet I rarely get to pee in peace. Will this ever change? WILL IT?
PPS: Check out the book’s contributors!
Jen Mann of People I Want to Punch in the Throat
Bethany Kriger Thies of Bad Parenting Moments
Kim Bongiorno of Let Me Start By Saying
Alyson Herzig of The Shitastrophy
JD Bailey of Honest Mom
Kathryn Leehane of Foxy Wine Pocket
Suzanne Fleet of Toulouse and Tonic
Nicole Leigh Shaw of Nicole Leigh Shaw, Tyop Aretist
Meredith Spidel of The Mom of the Year
Rebecca Gallagher of Frugalista Blog
Rita Templeton of Fighting off Frumpy
Darcy Perdu of So Then Stories
Christine Burke of Keeper of The Fruit Loops
Amy Flory of Funny Is Family
Robyn Welling of Hollow Tree Ventures
Sarah del Rio of est. 1975
Amanda Mushro of Questionable Choices in Parenting
Jennifer Hicks of Real Life Parenting
Courtney Fitzgerald of Our Small Moments
Lola Lolita of Sammiches and Psych Meds
Victoria Fedden of Wide Lawns and Narrow Minds
Keesha Beckford of Mom’s New Stage
Stacia Ellermeier of Dried-on Milk
Ashley Allen of Big Top Family
Meredith Bland of Pile of Babies
Harmony Hobbs of Modern Mommy Madness
Janel Mills of 649.133: Girls, the Care and Maintenance Of
Kim Forde of The Fordeville Diaries
Stacey Gill of One Funny Motha
Beth Caldwell of The Cult of Perfect Motherhood
Sarah Cottrell of Housewife Plus
Michelle Back of Mommy Back Talk
Tracy Sano of Tracy on the Rocks
Linda Roy of elleroy was here
Michelle Poston Combs of Rubber Shoes In Hell
Susan Lee Maccarelli of Pecked To Death By Chickens
Vicki Lesage of Life, Love, and Sarcasm in Paris
Kris Amels of Why, Mommy?
Mackenzie Cheeseman of Is there cheese in it?
Tracy DeBlois of Orange & Silver