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Thursday, April 09, 2009

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A Face For Radio

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I'll be on the morning show with Jennifer Trafford on The Point 94.1 tomorrow around 8:30. Classic rock, baby. We'll be talking about living out loud, social media, and the newly released book, True Mom Confessions: Real Moms Get Real which I am so happy to have a "conf-essay" in. Heads up, this is a great Mother's Day present for anyone who's "been there, done that" or just thought about it. These confessions are what the ladies of Sex in the City would discuss over cosmos if they all had children.

On Saturday morning, May 2, 10-12, Wordsworth Books, Little Rock Family and Hot in Little Rock are co-sponsoring a bookstore True Mom Confessions event, complete with mimosas and door prizes! I'll be reading, signing, and hearing confessions! Save the date. More deets to come.



Note: the Amazon affliliates link above is for yokels who aren't local. Little Rockers, please come out May 2nd, and support your friendly independent bookseller.

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4 Comments:

Blogger JCK said...

Congrats on all of it! Exciting times.

10:18 PM  
Blogger Heffernhyphen said...

I'm just gonna go set my DVR for your Oprah appearance now.

:-)

8:54 AM  
Blogger Ben said...

You sound good on the radio, girl. Good job!

9:02 AM  
Blogger MF said...

I know that it is hard to maintain perscpective about moetherhood and that it is important to free folks from the view of parenting that expects perfection. What I fear is the devaluing of the act of mothering out of self-protection that leads on to think that children need to be kept perpetually at arms length in order for any self-fulfillment to occur. Children have needs. I hope that there is enough of a reflection in the confessions that allow for connection. We already have too many excuses to stay disconnected, too many distractions.

7:53 AM  

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