Confessions of a Wedding Musician Mom

Confessions of a Wedding Musician Mom

by Jennifer McCoy Blaske

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Overview

"An entertaining and fast-paced book." -- Laurie Vesper, Goodreads

" ... hilarious ... heartwarming ... made me laugh ... every woman who has been a mom can recognize herself and her kids." -- Caprice, Goodreads

Stay-at-home mom Heather Hershey hadn't thought about playing the piano in years. After what happened in college, she could barely bring herself to learn the theme song to Millie Mallard's Pond of Fun to amuse her kids.

When she ran into an old college acquaintance at the grocery store things began to change. You were the piano player kept reverberating through Heather's head. She couldn't shake the idea, and she decided to take a leap of faith.

Acting on suggestions from her patient husband, a zany neighbor, and even her out of control kids, Heather dives head first into the quagmire of starting her own business.

Will Heather realize her dream of becoming a professional pianist, or will it just be misstep after misstep yet again?

Jennifer McCoy Blaske sews together a wonderful patchwork of quirky yet relatable characters in this delightful story of one mother's struggle to juggle her home, her kids, her husband, and her fledgling business. Blaske brings Heather's hilarious trials and tribulations while starting a new business into Technicolor-amidst the pandemonium of family life. This laugh-out-loud tale is a most entertaining quick read, and not to be missed!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781535554619
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/09/2016
Pages: 196
Product dimensions: 5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.42(d)

About the Author

Jennifer McCoy Blaske has been writing since she was in fifth grade, when her mother would come into her room asking her to please stop typing because she was keeping everybody awake.

Jennifer has been playing the piano for weddings, parties, and other special events in the Atlanta since 2009. She is married and has three kids, although she continues to insist that this book is a work of fiction.

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