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I have essays in each of the following anthologies! Click the links below to purchase.

But Did You Die?: Setting the Parenting Bar Low (I Just Want to Pee Alone) (Volume 5)

“But Did You Die? Is the fifth hilarious installment in the New York Times bestselling I Just Want to Pee Alone series. But Did You Die? is a collection of terrible (but also kind of good) parenting advice from some of the funniest moms and dads on the ‘net. And that one super helpful childless friend we all have who loves to tell us we’re parenting wrong. Put your kids in front of the TV and let them eat junk while you read this book and laugh your tail off. We set the bar low so you can feel better about your parenting skills. You’re welcome.”

I STILL Just Want to Pee Alone

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“I STILL Just Want to Pee Alone is a collection of hilarious, original essays from 40 MORE of the most kick ass mom bloggers on the web. Jen Mann of People I Want To Punch In The Throat hand picked each kick ass blogger in this book and you won’t be disappointed. 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?

This book features some of your favorites from other books in the Pee Alone series like Bad Parenting Moments and Let Me Start By Saying. You’ll also find some new writers like The Cult of Perfect Motherhood, So Then Stories, and The Shitastrophy.”



Mom for the Holidays: Stories of Love, Laughter, and Tantrums at Christmas and Hanukkah

“Mom for the Holidays is filled with stories by and for moms to enjoy over the holidays (and it includes a holiday planner)! The tales will make you laugh, shed a tear or two, and feel connected to other moms who are going through both the struggles and the jubilations of everyday life with children during the holiday season. And although we live in different parts of the world, in different houses (and we have different shoe styles), we have one common thread: we are all moms for the holidays! (If you are not a mom, welcome to our world!)”