Momentary Diversions

OK, so the illustration process for the Suzy Lou books is taking a lot longer than I anticipated. Originally, my goal was to be finished by the time my oldest daughter’s wedding rolled around and that’s in 12 days, so that might not actually happen. But in the meantime, I have published a few other, less labor-intensive books. The experiences I’ve had working with the publishing platform have been important and the income from these will definitely help my life situation, but they’re not Suzy Lou books, they’re more like Suzy Lou diversions. Either way… enjoy 🙂

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Divorce Journal for Women

This book is a personal writing journal, it has empowering divorce-positive quotes on the left-side pages and lined paper interspersed throughout, for personal journaling.  My divorce was a very positive thing in my life and I got sick of seeing so many references to divorce being a bad thing, I just wanted to create a resource for women who were determined to see it as a stepping stone toward a life of freedom and positive personal growth. I have a lot more of these quote-driven journals to be published this year, so check out Luckiest Girl Publishing and subscribe to the Saturday newsletter if you want 7 free printable journal pages every week.

Fermented Foods Journal

This book is for people who are making kimchi, sauerkraut or any other fermented food at home.  It helps you keep track of each of your ferments and log what’s working and what isn’t, so you don’t have to wonder how long that jar has been at room temperature or what was so bad about those pickles last summer.

Gluten Free Pregnancy

This book is a little guide to the nutritional deficiencies that are common in pregnancy and how to meet those nutritional needs on a gluten free diet.

What Did You Do Today

This book is a 365 day journal for stay-home moms. I know that question is the worst thing to ever ask a stay-home mother because in spite of the fact that you’ve been busy and running around like crazy all day long, the quantitative answer might actually be “I have no idea.”  The days run together like a blur, especially when you have small children in the house. This book is meant to help moms keep track of the details that might feel like minutia.