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Amy Allen Clark

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Amy Allen Clark has been the driving force behind MomAdvice.com since 2004. In addition to running a successful community for women and running after her kids, she has served as spokesperson for Minute Maid, Walmart, Cascade, Glade, Cheer and is currently the home management "genius" for Kenmore.

Amy also has appeared in various media outlets such as The Early Show, Parents Magazine, Redbook, Martha Stewart's Everyday Food, MSN Money, and the New York Times.

Amy's first book, "The Good Life for Less," is now available.

Cheesy Broccoli Cheddar Chicken & Rice Bowlssource I’m always looking for new one pan dishes and this garlic herb chicken with zucchini looks like a weeknight winner! 8 ways to help after Charlottesville. Also, this piece was great on talking through it all with your kids. I won’t lie, I could eat this every single day and be very happy. Stumped on […] Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 3.91 · 195 ratings · 48 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
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A tequila-soaked night at a comic book convention leaves Leia Birch Briggs, a graphic novel artist, pregnant after a rendezvous with a guy that she only knows as Batman.

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Everyone has been talking about Eleanor Oliphant so I knew I needed to dig into this one.

Eleanor is certainly one of the most unusual characters I have read because she lacks social skills and avoids all unnecessary human contact. She keeps a rigid s
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Shtum by Jem Lester
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Shtum is a Yiddish word that means silence and this beautiful story is inspired by Jem Lester’s own struggles and triumphs with his autistic son who is trapped in a silence of his own. It is, truly, the most accurate portrayal of what it would be lik ...more
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Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
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I received a copy of this book for review from the publishing house.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Everything I Never Told You was Celeste Ng’s gorgeous debut (you can read my interview with her over here) and I couldn't wait to see what sh
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Dreamland Burning by Jennifer Latham
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Dreamland Burning was a selection that I discovered on the MMD Summer Reading Guide. This YA historical fiction novel sheds light on a little known time in history, examining the Tulsa race riot of 1921 and what it might have looked like for the to ...more
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The Arrangement was on this summer’s guilty pleasure reading bucket list and this one did not disappoint. I expected a lot of predictability with this book and Dunn surprised me with some really witty dialogue, twists I didn’t see coming and a town ...more
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Saints for All Occasions by J. Courtney Sullivan
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I have read a couple of Sullivan’s books and enjoyed them, but this book is unlike anything she has written before and is an exquisite escape that I think most readers will love. This story reads like Brooklyn had a baby with The Two-Family House ...more
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The Book of Polly by Kathy Hepinstall
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I love quirky stories that are big on humor and The Book of Polly was everything a good read should be. Beautifully developed characters, loads of hilarity, and Hepinstall’s choice of words and phrasing make these characters, truly, come to life.

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