One reader said, "Reading The Diary of a Post-Single Mom feels like having an extended cup of coffee with a good friend. A friend who has been there before you and can help put a name to all the mixed feelings of losing your teenagers to their own life. So, put on a pot of coffee and meet your new best friend. This book will make you laugh (out loud), shed a tear, and nod your head in agreement. And, you'll complete the journey with confidence that you'll survive...and maybe even thrive."
|Publisher:||Blue Door Media|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.41(d)|
About the Author
She currently lives in Indianapolis, Indiana, and spends most of her time working as a contract and freelance technical writer. She has published several articles in trade magazines and written her fair share of copy for professional and university Websites along the way.
Her first book, Diary of a Post-Single Mom, is the result of a tough transition through the years her only son was leaving home for his own life. She hopes it is a comfort for other single mothers experiencing the same trauma.
She is now working on her next book and attempting to blog at www.karenrutherford.com, www.psming.com, and www.postsinglemoms.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
recieved this book for Christmas. I could not put it down. I would recommend this book to anyone going through transition.