Super Woman: A Funny and Reflective Look… by Mona Andrei Book Tour, Guest Post & Giveaway! {Ends 9/2/22}

Aug 12, 2022 | 1 comment

Book Details:

Superwoman: A Funny and Reflective Look at Single Motherhood by Mona Andrei
Category: Adult Non-Fiction, 174 pages
Genre: HUMOR / Topic / Marriage & Family
Publisher: Cynren​ Press
​Publication Date: March 2021.
Tour dates: Aug 8 to Aug 26
Content Rating: PG-13: No violence, but a splattering of profanity (including the F-word) and discussion of bad marriages.

Book Description:

They put the tiny, red-faced bundle into her arms, and time stopped. She gazed at that puckered little face and whispered, Welcome to the world, baby girl. Little did she know that within weeks, she would become a single mother—not exactly what she had imagined for her daughters and herself, but exactly what needed to happen. This is the story of a single mother, but it’s more than that. Sometimes funny, sometimes reflective, it’s also your story—a story of that peculiar, trying, and wonderful state of motherhood.

In Superwoman: A Funny and Reflective Look at Single Motherhood, popular humor blogger Mona Andrei brings you her sage and snickery insights on being a single mom, with all its gore and glory. Through a series of interviews, you’ll also get a voyeuristic peek into the lives of other single mothers—and don’t we all love that feeling of Thank goodness, I’m not the only one! We’re all superwomen here.

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Guest Post:

“When I grow up, I’m going to be a …”

Once upon a long time ago, that sentence ended with words like “actress”, “veterinarian”, and “writer”.

And then one day I looked around at my life and realized that there was a question
screaming in my brain: OH MY GOD, HOW DID I GET HERE?

Yup, that was the question.

I was 24 years old and somehow, I had gone from being a girl filled with dreams and goals to a single mother with a baby and toddler in tow.
Something happens to us when we wake up and recognize that life has not gone as planned. We forget who we are. We lose sight of our ambitions and aspirations.

I truly believe that the saddest thing in the world is forgotten potential. I say this because
I’ve lived it. Alone. Disappointed. Frustrated. Overwhelmed. As I sat on the edge of adulthood those many years ago, these words defined me. And guess what? I waswrong. But it would take decades for me to figure  that out.

I wrote SUPERWOMAN because there’s an army of seeming “broken” families out there
and it’s up to us to remind ourselves that we are not broken. Yes, Life will throw us curve balls. That’s what She does. And while at the time it may feel like She’s trying to defeat us, trust me when I say that She’s not.

As parents – single or not – we have an important role to play in our children’s lives.
What we often forget is that we also have a responsibility to ourselves. We are mothers, yes. But even before that, we are individuals with dreams, goals, and aspirations of our own. We have a purpose that goes beyond raising children. And whenwe forget this, we lose ourselves. We deprive ourselves of whatever drives us. At the same time, we deprive the rest of the world of our talents… our gifts… of the light that shines within us.

When I say that I lost myself, what I actually mean is that I forgot who I was. Consumed
by the demands of adulting, I lost track of my own potential. I wrote SUPERWOMAN to
help other single mothers, and women in general, to remember who they are.

Meet the Author:

Mona Andrei’s adulting journey took an unexpected turn when she realized that the father of her children was not committed to the family they had started together. At the time, she was twenty-four years old. With a baby in her arms and a toddler in tow, she soon realized that everything had fallen on her shoulders, including any chance for a secure future for her and her girls. With humor and candor as her strongest tools for survival, she went from struggling single mother to accomplished wordsmith to member of an award-winning advertising team to top 100 humor blogger. Today, she continues her journey, writing and speaking about her experiences as a single mother with a focus on changing the way that single mothers are respected and appreciated in the workplace: a win–win for both.

connect with the author: website ~ blog ~ twitter ~ facebookinstagram ~ goodreads

Giveaway Details:

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1 Comment
  1. Nancy

    Terrific cover

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