Sahm I Am

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Steeple Hill Café, 2005 - Fiction - 325 pages
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Dulcie Huckleberry is a member of an e-mail loop for Christian stay-at-home moms. She and four of her friends, artsy, free-spirited Zelia Muzuwa, soccer mom Jocelyn Millard, city girl turned farmer's wife Brenna Lindberg and small-town pastor's wife Phyllis Lorimer, chatter about their lives and issues even as they labor under the burden of the "Martha Stewart Reborn" loop moderator, Roslyn, who faces her own demons in the form of her sister (her parents' favorite), whom the reader meets through their personal e-mails.

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I have the tendency when I find a really good book to drop everything and just read it. Sometimes this means staying up til 2am finishing a (non school related) book. For example, when the last Harry ... Read full review

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I'll admit, I was a little leery when I started this, as I am not usually a reader of fiction books marketed towards religious audiences. Happily, I found myself drawn to the characters, practically ... Read full review

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Meredith has written three previous novels, SAHM I Am, Play it Again SAHM, and @Home for the Holidays. A stay-at-home mom with jobs including homeschooling her two daughters, writing, speaking, and freelance editing, Meredith has a background in adult education and has given workshops on writing, adoption, and church leadership topics. She is a member of several Chinese adoption communities, both online and in person, and speaks to women's groups like MOPS. She is a graduate of the Vineyard Leadership Institute. She is active at her church and enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters, the oldest being adopted from China.

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