Journaling: Purely Personal Or For Sharing? Plus a Giveaway by Mari McCarthy

Tweet When Mari McCarthy was last featured on Mother Daughter Book Club.com, it was to talk about mother-daughter journaling and her book, Who Are You? How to Use Journaling to Know and Grow Your Life. As part of her new … Continue reading

Book Review: Kitchen Counter Cooking School by Kathleen Flinn

Tweet I already like to cook, and most of the time I think I do a pretty good job whipping up things in the kitchen. So when I started to read The Kitchen Counter Cooking School: How a Few Simple … Continue reading

Book Review: The Magician King by Lev Grossman

Tweet King Quentin is bored with his life in Fillory. He’s itching for something, but he’s not sure what. When the chance comes for him to sail off to a little-heard-of island to remind its inhabitants to pay their taxes, … Continue reading

A Little Mother-Daughter “Unadvice” from Author Stephanie Stiles

Tweet Stephanie Stiles is author of the new book Take It Like a Mom, of which Publishers Weekly says “Stiles captures the petty and hilarious dramas that overlay stressed-out suburban lives in her debut, an ode to stay-at-home momdom.” Today … Continue reading

Interview With Uma Krishnaswami, Author of The Grand Plan to Fix Everything

Tweet Yesterday I featured a review of The Grand Plan to Fix Everything by Uma Krishnaswami. This book about a girl who moves to India with her family is a great mother-daughter book club read for groups with girls aged … Continue reading

Book Review: Trauma Queen by Barbara Dee

Tweet Barbara Dee’s last book, This Is Me From Now On, was one of my favorites from last year. So I was looking forward to reading her latest, Trauma Queen, about a girl and her mother and how they learn … Continue reading

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