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About Nicole Leigh Shaw
Nicole Leigh Shaw began writing as a newspaper journalist in 1999, but has been moving through all the metamorphic stages of the modern writer, except "tortured novelist." Soon she'll emerge as a butterfly or a vlogger.
Nicole is a New York Times Best Seller for her work in "I Just Want to Pee Alone." She's contributed to six anthologies, including "I Just Want to Pee Alone," "I Just Want to Be Alone," "I STILL Just Want to Pee Alone," "I Just Want to Be Perfect," "Surviving Mental Illness Through Humor," and "The Bigger Book of Parenting Tweets."
Nicole blogs at NicoleLeighShaw.com, where she has embarrassed her mother many, many times.
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER!!
Motherhood is the toughest – and funniest – job you'll ever love. Raising kids is hard work. The pay sucks, your boss is a tyrant, and the working conditions are pitiful – you can't even take a bathroom break without being interrupted with another outrageous demand.
Hasn't every mother said it before? “I just want to pee alone!”
I Just Want to Pee Alone is a collection of hilarious essays from 37 of the most kick ass mom bloggers on the web.
- Jen Mann of People I Want to Punch in the Throat™
- Insane in the Mom-Brain
- The Divine Secrets of a Domestic Diva
- Baby Sideburns
- Rants From Mommyland.
Read hysterical essays like:
- Embarrassment, Thy Name is Motherhood
- A Pinterest-Perfect Mom, I am Not
- And Then There was that Time a Priest Called Me a Terrible Mother
- So She Thought She Could Cut Off My Stroller
This is the book that kicked off the New York Times bestselling I Just Want to Pee Alone series of books. Collect the entire series!
Have you ever felt like you needed some time alone? Maybe a little time to yourself?
Then get the second volume in the New York Times bestselling I Just Want to Pee Alone series!
Don't get us wrong, we love the men in our lives – we do (most of the time). It's just that sometimes we would like them to go away. Not forever or anything like that.
Just for an hour … or a day … or a weekend.
We want some time to ourselves to read a good book or take a walk or do anything other than try to make a dent in the never ending mound of dirty clothes that keeps piling up on his side of the bed.
We just want to be alone. All alone. Is that too much to ask?
I Just Want to Be Alone is a collection of humorous essays from 37 of the most Super Cool Lady Writers you'll find on the web.
- People I Want to Punch in the Throat
- Baby Sideburns
- AK Turner
- My Husband Ate All My Ice Cream
- Bad Parenting Moments.
Read hilarious essays like:
- Open Letter To My Son (Or: Your Mother’s Top 10 List of Ways Not to Be a Douchebag Husband)
- Exploding With Love, Literally
- Romance is Overrated
- Life With the Thin Guy
- Dear Magnolia, Should I Marry This Man?
Motherhood is tough. You'll laugh or cry, so you might as well laugh.
I STILL Just Want to Pee Alone is the third book in the New York Times bestselling I Just Want to Pee Alone series!
Motherhood is STILL the toughest – and STILL the funniest – job you'll ever love.
We know that raising kids is hard work. The pay sucks, your boss is a tyrant, and the working conditions are pitiful – TGIF means nothing to a mother!
You said it before and you're saying it again, “I STILL just want to pee alone!”
I STILL Just Want to Pee Alone is ANOTHER collection of hilarious and heartwarming essays from 40 MORE of the most kick ass mom bloggers on the web.
- People I Want to Punch in the Throat
- Bad Parenting Moments
- Let Me Start By Saying
- The Sh*tastrophy.
Featuring essays like:
- It's Not Pee. It's You.
- Open Letter to My Daughter: My Mother was Right and You Should Think I Am, Too.
- And Then God Laughed
- Flames, Knives, and Fear: A Family Dinner Let's Piss Off the Babies
Sometimes being a woman sucks. Do you ever feel the pressure to be perfect?
I Just Want to Be Perfect is the fourth book in the New York Times bestselling I Just Want to Pee Alone series.
It brings together 37 hilarious and relatable essays that showcase the foibles of ordinary women trying to be perfect.
The cult of perfection is a thing.
As women, we are constantly inundated with "helpful" and/or "ah-may-zing" tips to improve our looks, please our men, raise the next Einstein (in a wheat-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free environment), and feng shui the crap out of our homes.
Whether it's the hot new diet that involves only eating what you can forage from the floor of your minivan, bleaching everything from your hair to your teeth to your butt hole, or clearing your clutter by mindfully thanking your ratty underwear for its long, dedicated service before you toss them, we've all tried something to be more perfect.
We try to strive for perfection and balance in our lives, and most of us fail--spectacularly.
These are those stories.
Venturing deep into the Twitterverse in search of even more hilarity, those intrepid editors discovered more than FIFTY of the funniest comedians who just happen to be parents. Together with still more of Science of Parenthood’s signature cartoons and special “behind the tweets” stories, Book Two is BIGGER … it’s BOLDER ... and gosh darn it, people LIKE it!
Praise for The Big Book of Parenting Tweets:
"The perfect book for parents who want -- NEED -- to laugh, but don't have time to sit down and read a daunting book. Grab it, head to the bathroom and lock the door until they find you!”
— Jill Smokler, author of Confessions of a Scary Mommy
"The Big Book of Parenting Tweets dishes up bite-size nuggets of funny. Impossible to read just one." — Jen Mann, author of People I Want to Punch in the Throat: Competitive Crafters, Drop-Off Despots, and Other Suburban Scourges
“This book is HILARIOUS. Being a parent is a frustrating, hilarious, weird, wild experience. This book captures some of the best of our snark. You need it. You do.” — Nicole Knepper, author of Moms Who Drink and Swear
A terrific read, featuring some of the funniest (and most honest) parents in the Twitterverse... my go-to gift for new parents! — Johanna Stein, author of How Not To Calm A Child On A Plane and Other Parenting Advice from a Questionable Source
Here is just a peek at some of what you’ll find inside:
I don’t believe in spanking my children, but I do believe in flipping them off from the other room.
— Jewel Nunez (@OneFunnyMummy)
Me prying a toy hammer from my 4yo:
“Stop. It’s not hammer time!”
Parenting is lonely when nobody’s there to hear your outdated references.
— Full Metal Mommy (@FullMetalMommy)
The saddest thing I have ever seen is watching my son trying to carve a Playstation 3 out of a giant lump of coal on Christmas.
— Abe Yospe (@Cheeseboy22)
All restaurants should have a $200 cover charge for babies.
— Rodney Lacroix (@Moooooog35)
No, honey. The deer is just sleeping. They tied him down so he wouldn’t fall off the top of their Ford Explorer.
— Linda Doty (@LindaInDisguise)