Here is a product review. Read it. Ponder it. Debate the pros and cons. Ask your dog if you should try it. Listen to your dog. The dog is always right. Happy dog, happy blog. Sorry – for some reason I had to finish off with a rhyme. Now on to the review!
We Need to Talk About the Conditions of my Imprisonment
…and other funny parenting stories
Compiled by Michelle Tan
This book is hilarious!!! I found myself laughing from start to finish at the stories of parenting gone wrong. As someone who doesn’t have any Miniature Humans of my own, I wasn’t sure how much I would enjoy this book. One could even say I closed my eyes and took a chance, but I obviously needed my eyes open to read. I did end up with my eyes closed, doubled over and gasping for air. Don’t worry, it was from laughter and not some sort of cardiac event.
Perfect mothers, toddler codes of conduct, poop disasters, and even a resume.
This book is a collection of stories told by 21 people. I love the idea because you get a bunch of stories told in many different voices. Each chapter can be read on its own and you can leave off and pick up when you have time – a critical consideration for anyone who has Miniature Humans at home. Another great bonus is that if one author doesn’t make you laugh out loud, the next one will.
It’s like buying 21 different books for the low price of one!
Now there must be cons. Any good review will have at least one con. It ended. There, that’s my con! I didn’t want the book to end, but it did. I envision some sort of never-ending book where chapters get added as quickly as you finish them. Sadly that does not exist… yet. In the meantime, I’m not going to hold this against the author.
I’m including the link to Amazon so that you can purchase this book if you like the premise. I make no money if you click on this link, so feel free to search the title through your digital reading device. The Kindle version is currently on pre-order, it will be published on April 21 – just one week away! I’ve also been told a paperback version will be available at a later date.
The Oath of Product Reviewing
I shall not write a review that does not reflect my actual thoughts on the product.
Even if the creator of the product is my friend on Twitter.
I shall not accept compensation for a review and let it bias me in any way.
Even if that compensation is food. I really hope it is food!
I shall not demand that you agree with my review.
Even if I think you are ridiculous for trying to wear a hat as a pair of pants and complaining the hat isn’t designed well.
I shall not betray this oath for any reason.
Even if Lola is making adorable dork face at me in order to see how strong my moral code really is.