Tales from Suburbia by Brandi Haas

 

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Tales from Suburbia
by Brandi Haas

I found the posts/chapters to be intriguing and even a bit introspective. …some of the stories had me laughing out loud…
~Storeybook Reviews

Any parent (or grandparent) will relate to some of these stories,
~Christa Reads and Writes

I loved this book it was great and refreshing to read about Brandi’s antics.
~Community Bookstop

I had never read Brandi’s Blog but it will be forever bookmarked. This book is a collection of Brandi’s blog posts. The first one, The Mystery Beeping had me laughing so hard I almost peed my pants.
~Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book

This is a book that is for any woman who is a mother. Sometimes, I thought it was being written about me.
~Melina’s Book Blog

Suburbia front coverTales from Suburbia: You Don’t Have to Be Crazy to Live Here, but It Helps
Print Length: 209 pages
Publisher: Cup of Tea Books, an imprint of PageSpring Publishing (December 1, 2014)
ASIN: B00OY1L3EI
Synopsis

Brandi Haas is no domestic goddess . . . but she’ll tell you that motherhood is probably the hardest gig in the universe: “The pay is horrible, the wardrobe is pathetic, and your boss (although utterly adorable) is usually a tyrant.”

Brandi brings her trademark wit from the popular blog to this new collection, sharing stories of birthday party mayhem, mommy martyrdom, and snow shoveling majesty.

 The setting is Anytown, USA, among barking dogs, picket fences, and eclectic neighbors.

 Tales from Suburbia: You Don’t Have to Be Crazy to Live Here, but It Helps will make you laugh, warm your heart, and let you know you’re not alone. Mothers (and fathers) will recognize themselves, their children, and the absurd situations that family life brings to us all.

Brandi Haas author photo

 

About This Author

Brandi Haas is a former high school English teacher turned stay-at-home mom. Born and raised in California, she now lives in Missouri with her husband, daughter, and their dog, The WonderMutt. She is consistently inconsistent about her weight and age because, really, it’s no one’s business anyway. She sees humor in everything and began writing stories about her life as way to share her insanity with the world.

 

Author Links

Blog: www.talesfromsuburbia.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TalesfromSuburbia

 

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Tour Participants

January 2 – StoreyBook Reviews – Review

January 3 – Christa Reads and Writes – Review

January 4 – A Blue Million Books – Interview

January 5 – Lori’s Book Corner – Guest Post

January 6 – Community Bookstop – Review

January 7 – deal sharing aunt – Interview

January 8 – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – Review

January 9 – Melina’s Book Blog –  Review, Guest Post

January 10 – Kelly P’s Blog – Guest Post

January 11 – Michele Lynn Seigfried’s blog – Interview

 

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