Red, White & Boobs!

Have you ever heard the expression, “You can’t go home again? Yes, it’s from a Thomas Wolfe novel. But is it true? When A Boob’s Life was published, the library association in my Ohio hometown invited me to give a book talk. I envisioned chatting to kids sitting cross-legged on the carpet. Zoom was not…

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Let’s Take the Stink off Pink

When I was diagnosed with breast cancer in the fall of 2012, the world was exploding in pink. NFL players had tackled the cause for three years, but I hadn’t watched enough football to notice. Now, it was impossible to ignore. Worse, my daughters called me at every sighting. From pastel nail polish to ribbon-stamped…

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Did Motherhood Make Me a Writer?

Did you ever wonder what your mother would be if not a mother? Or how your choices will define you? With the release of A Boob’s Life, I’m often asked how I became a writer. It wasn’t my plan. And the answer surprised me. Sure, I read a lot when I was little. I hoarded…

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Why Book Clubs Love Boobs

Why do Book Clubs love boobs? Because most readers have boobs. In fact, most book buyers have boobs. And, yes, most Americans do, too. But we rarely talk about them. Now, you have an excuse. There are so many topics to discuss in this book! And so much gossip to share… Especially after you see…

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