Friday, March 27, 2015

I Still Just Want To Pee Alone: Now Available!

Drumroll please... I Still Just Want to Pee Alone is now available!

This awesome sequel to (you guessed it) I Just Want To Pee Alone features 40 hilarious and heartfelt stories by a group of amazing moms, me included. Wait, does that mean I just called myself amazing? The ego on this one!

Anyway, this collection of stories will make you laugh, cry, laugh-cry, and cry-laugh. You can read a quick story while waiting in line to pick the kids up at soccer practice, or sneak a story while you're in the bathroom, assuming you get a minute's peace. Which if you're anything like me, you probably don't.

Pick up your copy today, and check out my story + 39 others!


The fabulous contributors include:

Jen Mann of People I Want to Punch in the Throat

Bethany Kriger Thies of Bad Parenting Moments

Kim Bongiorno of Let Me Start By Saying

Alyson Herzig of The Shitastrophy

JD Bailey of Honest Mom

Kathryn Leehane of Foxy Wine Pocket

Suzanne Fleet of Toulouse and Tonic

Nicole Leigh Shaw of Nicole Leigh Shaw, Tyop Aretist

Meredith Spidel of The Mom of the Year

Rebecca Gallagher of Frugalista Blog

Rita Templeton of Fighting off Frumpy

Darcy Perdu of So Then Stories

Christine Burke of Keeper of The Fruit Loops

Amy Flory of Funny Is Family

Robyn Welling of Hollow Tree Ventures

Sarah del Rio of est. 1975

Amanda Mushro of Questionable Choices in Parenting

Jennifer Hicks of Real Life Parenting

Courtney Fitzgerald of Our Small Moments

Lola Lolita of Sammiches and Psych Meds

Victoria Fedden of Wide Lawns and Narrow Minds

Keesha Beckford of Mom's New Stage

Stacia Ellermeier of Dried-on Milk

Ashley Allen of Big Top Family

Meredith Bland of Pile of Babies

Harmony Hobbs of Modern Mommy Madness

Janel Mills of 649.133: Girls, the Care and Maintenance Of

Kim Forde of The Fordeville Diaries

Stacey Gill of One Funny Motha

Beth Caldwell of The Cult of Perfect Motherhood

Sarah Cottrell of Housewife Plus

Michelle Back of Mommy Back Talk

Tracy Sano of Tracy on the Rocks

Linda Roy of elleroy was here

Michelle Poston Combs of Rubber Shoes In Hell

Susan Lee Maccarelli of Pecked To Death By Chickens

Vicki Lesage of Life, Love, and Sarcasm in Paris

Kris Amels of Why, Mommy?

Mackenzie Cheeseman of Is there cheese in it?

Tracy DeBlois of Orange & Silver

Vicki Lesage, Author

Monday, March 23, 2015

2 Books for $0.99

Rummage through those couch cushions and do your best to dig up 99 cents... because then you can buy not ONE but TWO of my books! Yep, you read that right. For a limited time, you can get Confessions of a Paris Potty Trainer for only $0.99 and I'm throwing in Petite Confessions, my new release, for FREE!

Only $0.99 for two books!

Confessions of a Paris Potty Trainer


Confessions of a Paris Potty Trainer

Diapers, tantrums, and French bureaucracy—the crazy life of an American mom in Paris.

Think French parenting is easy? Think again! Former party girl Vicki trades wine bottles for baby bottles, as this sassy mommy of two navigates the beautiful, yet infuriating, city of Paris.

How does she steer a stroller around piles of dog poop? Or find time for French administration between breastfeeding and business meetings? And will she ever lose the pregnancy weight with croissants staring at her from every street corner?

This humorous memoir will have you laughing, crying, and wiping up drool right alongside Vicki as she and her ever-patient French husband raise two children in the City of Light.

Kindle: $0.99 Save $4! (through March 27th)
Paperback: $11.99 Save $3!

Already read it? Why thank you! Would you mind leaving a review or sharing this post on FB/Twitter/wherever else the cool kids hang out these days? Merci beaucoup!

Petite Confessions: A Humorous Memoirette



From champagne bottles to baby bottles, this memoirette offers a humorous look at an American mom's decade in Paris.

Party Girl Vicki moved to Paris hoping to drink her fill of wine and fall in love. She accomplished her goal, but encountered many bumps along the way: romantic encounters gone awry, absurd French bureaucracy threatening her sanity, and two adorable but impossibly energetic kids keeping her on her toes. This memoirette takes you on a journey of the ups and downs of Vicki's 10 years in the City of Light.

You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll want to open another bottle of wine.

Kindle: $0
Paperback: $5.99

I hope you enjoy both books. Thanks for reading/sharing/reviewing and giving me warm fuzzies!

Vicki Lesage, Author
Please note that free and sale prices may only be available in the US and UK. Please check the final price before purchasing!

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Vicki Goes Camping

Did you read the title and snort out your coffee? Ah, you know me so well. This is more like me:


So don't worry. This post is not about me going camping, or even me setting one foot outdoors. It's actually about a review I did of the children's book Tovi the Penguin Goes Camping over on The Steadfast Reader. I compared Tovi's experiences with my own experiences camping. And there's even a cute (if I do say so myself) photo of Leo and Stella fighting over the book. Enjoy!


More books in the Tovi the Penguin series:
Tovi the Penguin: Goes to London
Tovi the Penguin: Goes Away For Christmas
Tovi the Penguin: Goes Camping

Vicki Lesage, Author