Motherhood is a full-time, forever more, magnanimous endeavor. It is dirty and sweet, exasperating and inspiring. It is the ultimate challenge; it is the epitome of womanhood.
Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) May 7, 2008
The new book, 'A Dozen Invisible Pieces and Other Confessions of Motherhood', is a hilarious, painfully sweet look at one woman's experience raising three young children. Ushering the reader through the early years of her marriage and work as a Physician Assistant in Pittsburgh, Penn., and as a childbirth educator, Hull sets the stage for the challenge she confronts upon deciding to become a stay-at-home parent.
Changing her focus in life from health care provider to mother, the author faces unexplained medical problems within her family and finds herself struggling to strike a balance between advocacy and surrender. With cover-to-cover comedy, strife, and genuine drama, 'A Dozen Invisible Pieces and Other Confessions of Motherhood' will draw the reader through a cascade of emotional highs and lows; laughing and crying from one page to the next.
As summarized by the author, "Motherhood is a full-time, forever more, magnanimous endeavor. It is dirty and sweet, exasperating and inspiring. It is the ultimate challenge; it is the epitome of womanhood."
Visit http://www.adozeninvisiblepieces.com to read and hear chapter excerpts.
To follow the book's progress, visit the author's blog at To Motherhood and Beyond.
About the Author:
Kimmelin Hull grew up in the Northwest (in the greater Seattle area) and now lives with her husband and three children in Bozeman, Montana, where she teaches childbirth and parenting preparation classes through her own private organization, Pregnancy to Parenthood. She has a Physician Assistant certificate from Saint Francis University and is certified as a Lamaze Childbirth Educator and an American Red Cross First Aid/CPR Instructor. She is a freelance writer for Montana Parent magazine.
Title: A Dozen Invisible Pieces and Other Confessions of Motherhood
Author: Kimmelin Hull
Publisher: Cold Tree Press
ISBN: 978-1-58385-273-6 / 1-58385-273-5
Category: Biographies & Memoirs/Women/Parenting & Families
Length: 256 Pages
Retail price: $14.95, amazon.com & coldtreepress.com or local independent bookstores
Binding: 5.5" x 8.5" paperback
SOURCE: Cold Tree Press/Kimmelin Hull