SAHM I Am

SAHM I Am

Meredith Efken / Sep 15, 2019

SAHM I Am Dulcie Huckleberry and four of her email friends all stay at home moms chatter about their lives and issues even as they labor under the burden of the Martha Stewart Reborn chat moderator

  • Title: SAHM I Am
  • Author: Meredith Efken
  • ISBN: 9780373785513
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dulcie Huckleberry and four of her email friends all stay at home moms chatter about their lives and issues even as they labor under the burden of the Martha Stewart Reborn chat moderator.

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    855 Comments

    1. Chick-lit. No wait, chick-light. Anyone who has ever been on an email group will understand the book. You'll even identify with some of the characters. A couple of the characters were simply too extreme and unrealistic. It was funny in places, but mostly I found it annoying. A very light read, but I couldn't get it finished fast enough. This one won't be going on my bookshelf.


    2. I am going to start with the things I liked about this book before I get into what I did not.#1- It was fast and laid out in e-mail format throughout which made it fun to read (albeit confusing at times).#2- A couple of the characters were realistic in their SAHM lifestyles.However, what I did not like was:#1- Unless I read the description wrong, I was not under the impression that the basis of this book's "e-mail group" was of a religious nature.#2- Some sections were a little dull at times.#3- [...]


    3. A very enjoyable book. Even though this is Christian fiction, and the ladies did talk about praying and God, it didn't feel like you were being preached at. I found the emails to be quite entertaining, especially the stories about the kids. The one who got his head stuck in the cat tower - now that was funny!This was written in a fun, easy format. I'm not a mother, but even I had fun reading about all their trials and tribulations with their husbands and kids.


    4. Even though I'm still reading this book I feel confident saying that it will thoroughly entertain any mom who has been a part of a group of any kind. At first I was hesitatnt about whether the style of the novel (nothing but emails!) would be burdensome, but it is quite easy to follow. Already, I have had several laugh out loud moments. Already looking forward to reading the second installment


    5. Actually, I didn't read past the first few pages. B.O.R.I.N.G. I hated the formatl emails, no story. It was hard to keep track of who was who.


    6. Not my usual type of book, but for a dollarought I'd give it a try.So very good. I could really relate with pretty much every character of the book. The format of the book is very interesting, it's told completely through emails. Having a group of moms that I "speak" with on a daily basis, it's interesting to see that other moms do the same thing. Even though we're not in the same state, we've all got a baby around the same age. We're all from different backgrounds, we've all had our shares of d [...]


    7. I should NEVER pick up a book based on it's cover. I thought this would be a funny book, maybe with some Mommy conflicts. I did not expect it to be such a steaming pile of religious bull$h!t. It was horrible. Maybe the worst book I've EVER read. The women are weak, and whiny. The characters hide behind religious dogma. Writing the book as if it were emails between friends allowed the author to revel in weak writing styles. I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone, except if you need something to [...]


    8. This book sucked. Get a job. Or a hobby. Or something. For Christ's sweet sake. And HOLY OVERCHRISTIANITY, Batman. P.S. I'm sure it didn't help that I was prepared to judge the author as soon as I read she homeschools perhaps I should no longer pick books out of the library when I have my sons with me?) I skimmed this piece of crap just to get to the blessed end so I could say I read it.P.P.S. I AM a SAHM AND a Christian, but thank God I have managed to keep some semblance of a life.


    9. Laughing about life as a stay at home mom is fun in this easy to read novel written in email format as different women chat on-line in a mom's group forum. I thought some of the character's personalities were over-exaggerated and the content a little too "I am a great Christian woman doing my Godly duty" to give it a much higher rating, but if you have ever had toddlers around, it is worth the read to get a few laughs.


    10. I enjoyed only the stay-at-home mom parts of this book. It was mainly way too religious for me. There was bible talk, and pastor's wives, and church stuff, and while I'm Jewish, but non-practicing, and open to other religions, I found it was a bit too much for me. I would not read this book again, and I'm not really sure I recommend it to anyone.


    11. Not an unbearable read, but a little too cutesy and predictable for me. And (although not a really big deal), I found it very distracting that every 10-20 random pages, the spacing on the pages switched from single-spaced to double-spaced. Really? No one caught that before the book went to print?


    12. I started reading this book for the "SAHM" part of it. However, it is intensely Christian. Every character in the book is Christian and many are pastor's wives. The e-mail format is cute for a light read, and it is a truly fluff read. I don't mind reading about people who are different from me, but I'd really only recommend this to Christian SAHMs.


    13. This book was ok if there was nothing else around to read. I enjoyed that it was set up as emails and you can see that one person is writing based on an email they just got, but the people receiving the email do not know that the person writing it has this whole "backstory." I think that was the only thing that kept me reading, actually.


    14. I really enjoyed this book. I liked the format becuase it was different and it's nice to have a change in my fiction reading. I thought the book was funny and a nice light read, which I really needed at the time. I am part of an email group for foster parents and I've pretty much been a stay at home mom so maybe that was part of the appeal for me.


    15. It was a super quick read - I managed to swallow it in one day in a few quick sittings. It is indeed - chick-lit, but it made for an easy read with low guilt, a few good chuckles and that all important sense of I'm not ALONE out there.


    16. I tried to read this book. I found that it was set in e-mail format which made it unattractive to read. I have found that since I work at the library I am able to stop reading a book that doesn't appeal to me since there are Many more for me to choose from.


    17. I picked this book up at the library on Tuesday night and I finished it by Thursday. It was a fun read written in email format about a cross country email group of stay at home moms (SAHM). It was funny and light to read.


    18. All in e-mail about a group of stay at home moms participating in an email loop. Heartfelt, really hit close to home for me in my stage of life!




    19. abandoned didn't like format of book did like the voice of one of the characters reminded me of A Teeny Tiny Teacher


    20. I liked this book and found it quite amusing; however, there were several references to spanking children that kept it from a higher rating.







    21. I probably liked this book for all of the wrong reasons; but, it was a fun read.Tons of mistakes in the writing, which drives me crazy. :-/


    22. Chicklit. Great as a guilty pleasure or for an easy read but no substance or real plot line. Just a bunch of emails between friends.


    23. Very witty and easy read! Written as an exchange of emails and easier to follow than I first thought. Very easy to relate to if you have kids or siblings that are competitive :)


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