ANNOUNCING....


GOOD NEWS!!! My second book 'CRAZY DAZE OF MOTHERHOOD' is coming out next month. I will be posting some blurbs from a few of the chapters. I hope you enjoy.

I would also like to announce that I will be doing my first book review Feb 28th. Look for it on my REVIEW tag. :)

NOW H-E-E-E-RE's the BLURB

How is it
possible that we live in an age of electronic and mechanical
wonders like satellites in space, Google, and the iPhone, yet we still have
people who have no workable lock on their bathroom door?
Perhaps these people do not understand that even though the doorknob
came with the house, when it breaks, it can be replaced. It’s not like it’s made
out of gold and you can only afford one in a lifetime and have to pass it down
through all generations of time.
I know people who are meticulous about locking their front doors but
seem to be blasé about a working lock for the bathroom. I am here to proclaim,
I do not have a problem if someone walks into my house without an
invitation, but I have a huge problem, call it a phobia, when someone walks
in on me in the bathroom unannounced.
One of life’s little luxuries should be to walk confidently into the water
closet, lock the door, ensconce yourself on the throne as you pick up a good
magazine, and enjoy a few stress-free moments.
Homeowners with no locks on the door should, at the very least, be
considerate enough to have a dresser sitting in the room that you can move
in front of the door to offer some sort of security.
Maybe they have no problem giving a shout-out as someone walks by,
but personally, I don’t like to advertise everything I am doing....

10 comments:

Connie said...

I hear you Jane, nothing at all like a few moments to yourself without interruptions reading your favorite book or magazine. So who doesn't have a lock on their bathroom door? That's just a given.

Jane Isfeld Still said...

You gotta read the book. :)

Anonymous said...

I laughed out loud, when I was by myself, as I read your first book. I am looking forward to your second. Good Job.
Marcia

Argonauta For a Day said...

YIPPPEE! Cheers, friend.
Maryalice
www.argonautaliveson.blogspot.com

Robbin said...

Hahaha, so true. Can't wait to read it. You've got a great take on life. :)

Writers said...

I personally like to hunker down in a hot tub with bubble bath and read until I'm an icecube.
Margaret

Cindy Rogers said...

I am a new follower and enjoyed reading the review on Anne Bradshaw's Blog. Please enter me into your giveaway

robseanmom at gmail dot com

Judy said...

Your book really looks very good. Something we should all read, sounds great!! Read about your book on Kathy's blog.

I follow you GFC-judy

Judy
magnolias_1[at]msn[dot]com

Michelle Bledsoe said...

I know how you feel. I have finally trained my teenage daughter about disturbing me while I read.LOL, now she does it to me. I love my child :)

kooni2888 at yahoo dot com

Brenda said...

Hello I'm a new follower! I saw the post about your book for Mothers Day and came here to follow.

By the way, I love Stephen Tyler too! ~ : ) Didn't know anything about him before American Idol and he is definately a current event!

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