Musings of a 20-Something Mom, and the Perils of being a Mommy Blogger



[Epub] ❧ Musings of a 20-Something Mom, and the Perils of being a Mommy Blogger By Jenny Schoberl – E17streets4all.co.uk One of the largest trends among Moms today is to jump on the internet and immediately regurgitate all the magical wonderful things their child has done in the past two hours to the first unsuspecting One of the largest trends a 20-Something Kindle Ó among Moms today is to jump on the internet and immediately regurgitate all the magical wonderful things their child has done in Musings of PDF \ the past two hours to the first unsuspecting victim Moms are everywhere; they've even taken over Blogging Hundreds of blogs about how Fluffy got his first tooth or of a 20-Something Epub à Muffy said a new word It's enough to make people want to vomit sugarI've been told that i'm not your typical mom and my blog is not your of a 20-Something Mom, and PDF \ typical blog; I've even been called the Eminem of Mommy Blogging” honest blunt and usually vulgar This book is my experiences and stories as I ventured through the Mommy Blogging world trying to make light of some disgusting situations and it wasn't always pretty I had to learn the hard way that blatant honesty may not always be the best policy not if you want to keep your kidsMusings of a something Mom is a lesson on how NOT to blog unless you want to piss off your friends family and get a pack of crazies chasing after you; and a reminder that when it comes to parenting there's always going to be someone out there saying you're doing it wrong.Musings of a 20-Something Mom, and the Perils of being a Mommy Blogger

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Musings of a 20-Something Mom, and the Perils of being a
  • Kindle Edition
  • 322 pages
  • Musings of a 20-Something Mom, and the Perils of being a Mommy Blogger
  • Jenny Schoberl
  • English
  • 01 April 2016

10 thoughts on “Musings of a 20-Something Mom, and the Perils of being a Mommy Blogger

  1. says:

    I thought that this book started off well I read the first few chapters very uickly but was soon annoyed by the negative tone of it as well as the lack of editing I'm not a grammar nazi but when there are so many capitalization and punctuation errors on each page it distracts from the material It seems like it was published uickly and without any editing which really cheapens the author's hard workI understand what happened to the author as far as the mom bullies are concerned but I found myself wondering what their side of the story was The only reason I say this is because prior to reading the book I had liked her Facebook page and I had witnessed on than one occasion the way that she behaved when she received a bad review on this book or on anything else she had written She tends to send her readers to argue and as strange as it may sound bully anyone who gives a negative review This is all uite hard for me to understand since she promotes herself as a person who wants to end bullying and is always saying that every person is entitled to their opinion and they should not be treated badly for disagreeing with something paraphrased yet she seems to relish attacking anyone who disagrees with her point of view or just genuinely dislikes her work Not everyone likes everything and that is just a part of life and definitely something that you have to deal with if you are going to be an author I am the daughter of two authorsI do think that this author is a good storyteller and I hope that she learns to accept criticism and practice what she preaches a bit Every author gets both good and bad reviews yet most don't argue with their reviewers It's just someone's personal opinion and we are all entitled to them Although it may sound silly to some who haven't read prior reviews but I was admittedly afraid to leave an honest review of this book for fear that I would be attacked I still assume that I will be but I hope I am wrong I am entitled to leave my review just like anyone else Most of the reviews for this book are actually uite good Hopefully the author can focus on that and not be angry with those of us who didn't like it as much

  2. says:

    Aside from the poor grammar it's the negativity that put me off from the book I also felt that in some places the author was focussing too much in how different she is from other moms and moms to be with her excessive usage of unrefined languageThe part where she talks about her mother was the only part where I could feel and connect with the author The rest seemed forced

  3. says:

    Great read about parenting truths No sugar coating no bs Add a cautionary story about adult cyber bullying and the troubles putting your private life on public display could cause and it euals a honest shocking and most of all hilarious read

  4. says:

    The reason for my 1 star is because the book is supposed to be based on real life yet it is very far fetched and a far leap from the truth

  5. says:

    Musings of a 20 something mom and the perils of being a mommy bloggerThe beginning of this book i just found it brilliantly funny I normally read mainly crime fiction but fancied a bit of a change and it certainly was differentNo nonsense and told as it is a blogging mummy well it just seems the norm nowadays if you have something to say then blog about itfrom the start I loved the straight forward say it as it is talk in this book The humor was right up my street I found myself stopping to re read pars of this to anyone who was a bout and would listen I laughed out load and on than one occasion thought oh i like that saying i'll remember that one then i'd find another lolAs the book went on I found it a little repetitive in parts but for something different to read it was an enjoyable easy readBook descriptionOne of the largest trends among Moms today is to jump on the internet and immediately regurgitate all the magical wonderful things their child has done in the past two hours to the first unsuspecting victim Moms are everywhere; they've even taken over Blogging Hundreds of blogs about how Fluffy got his first tooth or Muffy said a new word It's enough to make people want to vomit sugarI've been told that i'm not your typical mom and my blog is not your typical blog; I've even been called the Eminem of Mommy Blogging” honest blunt and usually vulgar This book is my experiences and stories as I ventured through the Mommy Blogging world trying to make light of some disgusting situations and it wasn't always pretty I had to learn the hard way that blatant honesty may not always be the best policy not if you want to keep your kidsMusings of a 20 something Mom is a lesson on how NOT to blog unless you want to piss off your friends family and get a pack of crazies chasing after you; and a reminder that when it comes to parenting there's always going to be someone out there saying you're doing it wrong

  6. says:

    Though I don't have children of my own I honestly loved the realness of this book Truthful honest reactions to some of pregnancy and childhood's worst moments put many a smile on my face Even with all the unhappy moments the author portrays both the good and bad of each situation Her off beat humor adds a bit of comic relief and makes the reader feel like an old friend catching up on all the gossipBe warned There are a lot of entries about the various fluidy stages of pregnancy and child rearing From many poop stories to the description of actual childbirth the author is no less funny or honest than in the rest of her blog entries Because I share a similar dark sense of humor I caught myself laughing out loud a lot than I would have guessedOverall the book is a great read Not only does it provide a modern day way of looking at the prospect of children but it also carries a warning about the pitfalls of having a personal blog in today's society I hate that the author had to endure the tough situations that others placed her and her family in but it was inspiring to see how honestly she handled the situations If you would like a honest real and funny look into the worlds of pregnancy and toddlers snatch up this book

  7. says:

    To be honest I don't know how I came across Jenny's blog Probably from someone on Facebook I started to read it and liked the page I saw she wrote a book and wanted to read itnow I haveSome topics I feel like we connected on as mothers She really hoped and wanted a girl when she got pregnant I wanted a boy She talks about explosive poop Ive had that happen to me Most mothers do These stories made me laughI also have started a mommy blog so it was relatable The reason for not a five star rating is about the situation with her haters It just seemed boring to me I cant wait for her next book which will be about her experiences with the paranormal

  8. says:

    I absolutely loved the REAL ness of this book Feeling the heartbreak and the fear as Jenny struggled to do what was right by her sick baby and the strength and courage she used to face the bullies who felt the need to try to break her I caught myself laughing and crying and relating to so many things she wrote about Jenny is an inspiration and a powerhouse that reaches other mothers out there who may be feeling a little overwhelmed with her humorous and courageous outlook A definite must read for the overworked over tired Mommy

  9. says:

    I loved this book She really tells it like it is Her family went through so much and for people to say its not funny they are lying I couldn't put it down at all I was laughing and crying through the whole thing I highly suggest everyone read this

  10. says:

    If you don't like cursing and straight talk I would walk away THis book is refreshing and REAL right down to the dirty panties That author is witty and makes you laughcry and scream with her through out the entire thing I could not put it down

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