Here they are, the two books that have included my essays. They're great reads, but don't take my word for it. Just look at some of the praise they've received.
PRAISE FOR MULTIPLES ILLUMINATED
"In short, Multiples Illuminated is an essential road map for any mother expecting twins, triplets, or more. As they prepare for that unknown territory, they will find all the information and emotional support they need within its pages."
~ Issa M. Lewis, The Mom Egg Review
"This resource is packed full of valuable information and anecdotes that the editors hope will make you “feel optimistic, inspired, informed, and connected about raising multiples.” Multiples Illuminated promises helpful advice, interactive journal prompts, and stories that will make you cry and laugh out loud."
~ Lisa Devereaux, author of the blog Multiples & More
"Even for those of us whose doubly- or triply-born babies are now "big," the variety of perspectives the contributors have shared awakens happy memories of life with little ones x 2, x 3, or more."
~ Cheryl Lage, author of the blog and the book Twinfatuation
PRAISE FOR OH, BABY!
"Thoughtful, often funny … This collection’s wide range of topics should resonate with an equally wide range of parents."
~ Publishers Weekly
"This thoughtful, vital examination of new parenthood is a sharp alternative guide from the literary trenches."
~ Foreword Reviews
“A literary lifeline for new parents.”
~ Ann Imig, editor of Listen to Your Mother: What She Said Then, What We’re Saying Now
“This is not a book about babies—it is a powerful, often moving reflection of the shards of who we were before these babies came into our lives.”
~ Barbara Katz Rothman, author of A Bun in the Oven: How the Food and Birth Movements Resist Industrialization
“Offers witty, charming, and brutally honest commentary on becoming and being a parent. These eclectic and diverse first-person accounts will be treasured by anyone who is or hopes to be a parent.”
~ Theresa Morris, author of Cut it Out: The C-Section Epidemic in America
“Inspiring and joyful, humbling and heartbreaking, this collection of essays reminds us that becoming a parent is the biggest, blindest leap any of us will ever make.”
~ Cynthia L. Copeland, bestselling author of The Diaper Diaries: The Real Poop on a New Mom's First Year