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Confessions of a Mother Inferior

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Peta has three children under five, a job she hates and a tummy that looks like Jabba-The-Hut. Her (quirky) daughter has just started school and it is not going very well. Her husband comes home less and less since employing his young blonde secretary and the only person she wants to talk about it all with is no longer around to hear her. She tries to keep up with a village full of perfect mothers and happy marriages but quietly her chaotic world is falling apart by the second. Can she save it and herself in time?

300 pages, Kindle Edition

First published January 30, 2015

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Ericka Waller

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March 25, 2015
I've heard of Yummy Mummies and Slummy Mummies but I couldn't help but laugh out loud when Peta, the central character in Ericka Waller's Confessions of a Mother Inferior, reveals that she is a "Looks Like A Camel-Testicle" Tummy Mummy ! The tone is set for the rest of the book.

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August 25, 2017
I loved this book! Nice to know there are other mom's as crazy or crazier than me! Great read!
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March 24, 2015
A great pickmeup if you're feeling low. If you're a mum it provides an insight into a not so perfect parenting world. If you've ever lost someone suddenly, grief is a major theme here. Funny, sad, a great all rounder. Easy to read and unforgettable. Great if you don't have a lot of time on your hands.
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November 9, 2015
It's a laugh out loud (thank god I don't have kids) page turning novel. The ups and downs of Peta will strike a chord with many. A really good read and highly recommended!
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