Books

Everything I Need to Know About Motherhood I Learned from Animal House

By Christina-Marie Wright

Illustrated by Victoria Wright

Christina-Marie Wright delights with this collection of hilarious tales about mothering, marriage, society and being a woman.

Titles include: “How the Phone Thwarted my Birth Control (or Why Disconnecting the Phone is 95% More Effective than Vasectomy),” “Belts Are the New Lace Panties,” “Good Fences Make Good Voyeurs,” “People for the Ethical Treatment of Riflemen,” and many, many more.

Wright is a modern-day Erma Bombeck with a hip edge and never-fail wit!

Get-Real Vegan Desserts: Vegan Recipes for the Rest of Us

By Christina-Marie Wright and William Maltese

get real vegan desserts

Is your pantry full of weird ingredients like xanthan gum, vital wheat gluten, and agar agar?

Yeah, neither are ours.

Get-Real Vegan Desserts: Vegan Recipes for the Rest of Us makes a vegan menu easy! Create delicious, tempting desserts without ever setting foot inside a “health food” store!

Bestselling authors William Maltese and Christina-

Marie Wright offer up a cookbook chock-full of sinful desserts – all vegan, dairy- and egg-free. Perfect for the established vegan, the veg-curious, cholesterol-watchers or dairy- or egg-allergic!

Favorite recipes include:

  • Peanut Butter S’mores Cheesecake
  • Tres Riche Pecan Pie
  • Macadamia Coconut Toffee
  • Raspberry Cream Cheese Bites
  • Amaretto Sugar Cookies
  • Caramel Chocolate Almond Truffle Torte
  • Clementine Sour Cream Frosting
  • Sexy Vegan Mama’s Rum Balls
  • Better Than NOLA Beignets

Get it on Amazon!

About the author:

Christina-Marie Wright is the sanity-challenged mother of seven children, including a bio child, four full-time stepchildren, and two toddlers who joined her family by way of domestic adoption. She’s the publisher of “Gonzo Parenting” zine, author of The Gonzo Mama newspaper column, and blogs at TheGonzoMama.com and SexyVeganMama.com. Her work has appeared in Hip Mama, Mamaphiles, Reality Mom, Askew Reviews, Edmonton’s Child and various other places online and in print.

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