You stayed up all night with a crying baby. Dad escaped the madness claiming an early morning meeting. There's nothing to eat in the house. If you bring all the kids to Walmart, your head may... More > explode. What's a mom to do?
The Kids Drank Pickle Juice will convince you that you are not alone. So plop the kids in front of the TV and heat up your cup of coffee for the third time. Then dig in for a laugh and a sigh. We're all in this together!
"Martie Byrd’s triumphant reign over a houseful of teens… in the easy-going, witty tone we’ve all come to know and love. If there’s any down-to-earth woman out there who’s literally capable of doing it all, it’s Martie….
taking over the world one large leap at a time."--
Lauren Ford, Beck Media Group
"So relevant to my world--down to earth in a lighthearted "You've been there, haven't you?" way. You can digest it with a smile...and walk away thinking, "Maybe I am normal!" "
--Robin Kingery< Less
Geraldine grew up in restrictive Cleckheckmondsedge, and was part of the rebellious rock n roll generation. Running off to London at 18, she met and married a sailor in under three weeks. Six years... More > later she was a single mother in a rundown farmhouse on the edge of Ilkley Moor, fending for herself and her two children. This is a story about 60s and 70s Britain, with its short skirts, free love and hot jazz, where children grew up free and untrammelled among streams, woods and fields. Geraldine worked as an office ‘temp’ and was a magnet for men, who drifted in and out of her life, contributing little apart from their entertainment value, though some stuck around long enough to marry her. Later, she followed her passion for cooking, training in hotel management and working as a Head Chef, an unusual position for a woman even now, and in the 70s and 80s, almost unheard of. Geraldine experienced the best and worst that the industry has to offer. Her tales of the kitchen are among the best in the book.< Less
From the beloved blog of a commitment-phobe known simply by the name "Jenburger", over seventy-five rants, recollections, inspirational offerings, and general observances of everything from... More > romance to the human condition can be found within the pages of this book.
Fall in love, fall back out, hide from stalkers, and laugh through ridiculous logs of text messages and emails, all the while climbing into the head of a young woman who calls it like she sees it, tells it like it is, and most of all, finds a way to maneuver through the bad and come out the other side smiling.
Within just a few minutes of reading, you'll know why her popular blog made the WordPress Blogs of the Day "Growing Blogs" several times, and had subscribers on the edge of their seats and buzzing about it on popular social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook.< Less
(Auto-)biografie van Rev.Dr. Martin L.G. Harlaar en Rose Mijlof. Rose leed aan Borderline Persoonlijkheidsstoornis en drank- en drugsproblematiek. Desalniettemin was de liefde tussen Rose en Martin... More > oprecht en onverbrekelijk tot het bittere einde.< Less
The second book in a series, Lost On Long Island, chronicles the continuing adventures of Pork Chop and Applesauce as they encounter work, home, ghosts, friends and possibly the scariest topic of all... More > time - money!
Building on the popularity of the last Liquid Medication book, Aspirin Omelettes, this book covers cartoons originally posted on LiquidMedication.com from late-2008 into early-2010. Always a favorite of fans on MySpace, Twitter and Facebook you can now enjoy the cartoons in high resolution print form.
Originally started in early 2002 as a hobby, the cartoons were initially only shared with family and friends. Liquid Medication made its public debut in 2004 and has been growing in popularity ever since becoming a favorite cartoon with people all over the world.< Less