I’m a writer and mother of four ‘kids’. I was still pining over the firstborn’s swift departure, and only starting to write about the second’s being held at the Canada/U.S border with all his belongings in a plastic garbage bag, at the same time confused about whether it would be a positive or negative for the third child to enter an ashram, when our youngest, a sensitive homebody, left to spend five months in Italy. It’s not like they didn’t like it here. They swear that they like did. But I had them in a cluster – four kids in five and a half years – and they left in a cluster. Among my mixed bag of topics I’ve posted excerpts from the book – Text Me, Love Mom– Two Girls, Two Boys, One Empty Nest. Please do share your comments. I’m excited to see reader’s responses. And if you know anyone gearing up to say goodbye to their offspring I wrote the bookText Me, Love Mom; Two Girls, Two Boys, One Empty Nestfor them. This story about ‘the next stage of parenting’ can be purchased in digital or print format by clicking on thebooksellers listed here:Amazon.comAmazon.caIndigo/ChaptersIguana Books and in the UK atAmazon.co.uk
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Hello Candace. You are listed on the website of Iguana Books as one of their authors. I am also a writer and wondered what your experience has been with this publisher? Are you satisfied with their service and with your sales? Would love to know since they have said they would like to publish my first novel. Thanks. JoAnn
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Hi – I was very pleased with Iguana Books. I had a wonderful editor and every aspect of getting Text Me, Love Mom published went as they promised.
Might you be willing to email me a quick testimonial for Iguana Books? I’m seriously considering publishing with Iguana and would dearly love to know your experience in working with them.
Thanks for considering my request.
With all good wishes for continued publishing success!
love the way texting those grown kids [and grand kids] works–the speedy reply, the quick answer to whatever the question. Enjoyed browsing through your posts.
Very cute blog title. All the moms I know had to learn to text if their kids have a phone. I love this.
I tell all my friends with teenagers (especially boys) you have to text, your kids can stand with a group of cool peers and text you – “Playing basketball behind the school,” without answering their cell and obviously answering mom’s questions – even if they’re making out with a girl behind the mall – you know they’re out there and communicating.
Hi Candace…So I’m at the extendatext stage – grandchildren. Wouldn’t think of calling 13-year-old Flannery and saying, how ya doing…but texting…she gets right back. Bonita
Funny hey, new ways of communicating. Can’t wait for little Alice to speak to me, but wonder how old she will be when I get my first text? xo