Books

  • Fifty Shades of Grey Trailer – Buckle Up #Laters #Baby

    By on July 24, 2014
    Get ready to be tied up in knots baby…. Here are my reviews of the books in the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy: http://amodernmilitarymother.com/book-reviews/i-am-clit-flick-lit-crack-whore-fifty-shades-of-grey-review http://amodernmilitarymother.com/book-reviews/fifty-shades-darker-more-pudding http://amodernmilitarymother.com/book-reviews/fifty-shades-freed-too-much-angel-delight-is-a-bad-thing  
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  • Je Deteste Le Menage – #PrêtàLire

    By on June 4, 2014
    I have just self-published via Createspace and Amazon Kindle Direct the french language version of my book. Then I subsequently learned that French people don’t like Amazon and they don’t own Kindles. Doh! #putain Fingers crossed the French Canadians love it! Help! If you know any French speaking people that read books then please recommend mine. J’ai juste auto-édité par Createspace […]
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  • Real Life: Shortlisted for the Brilliance in Blogging Brit Mums Innovate Award #BIBS2014

    By on May 1, 2014
    A Modern Military Mother has been shortlisted for the Brilliance in Blogging Awards 2014. It came as a massive shock to me because I had decided that I was done with pimping my arse out all the time and so thought fuck it I am not going to enter this year and I was thinking about not even going. And then […]
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  • Invest In Me

    By on April 9, 2014
    If I had £5000 to play with I would invest it in my next book ‘I Hate Housework’. A book is a business; a start up. I know that in order to drive sales and get the book into bookshops I need to be able to order a print run and invest in marketing. It’s the law of speculate to […]
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  • Real life: War It Feels Personal

    By on June 20, 2010
    Hagar is reading Sebastian Junger’s War, which was sent to me to review for BBC2 The Culture Show, but a change of editorial heart meant that this was dropped. For 15 months, Sebastian Junger followed a single platoon based at remote outpost in eastern Afghanistan. His objective was both simple and ambitious: to convey what war actually feel like. The […]
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