I’m Not Obsessed Part Of ‘The Internet Mommy Book’!
I was interviewed a while back and now the book is finally available for purchase! I can’t wait to get my copy. Here are the details:
Kimberley Clayton Blaine, also known as the Go-To Mom, announces the release of her new book: “The Internet Mommy: Inspiring Interviews and Stories from Mothers Who Work and Play Online.” The popular parenting expert-turned-author is exploring how social networks influence the way online moms make money, view life, find friends and raise kids in today’s digital world.
Blaine’s book features essays from more than 40 hip and well-known mom bloggers from around the country, which she refers to as her “circle of moms” she found through social networking and blogging. Blaine is a long-time producer of online content that examines women and family issues, and has built her support-base of mom-bloggers on Twitter, Facebook, Google alerts, and while simply being loyal readers of their blogs. Blaine hopes her personal “circle of moms” will inspire other online moms to build a support-system that allows them to identify opportunities and thrive online.
About “The Internet Mommy”:
The blogging moms contributing content to the book range from tech-savvy to irreverent to spiritual. Regardless, all of the bloggers have a point of view and words of wisdom to share. The wide-ranging content comes from A-list sites including TwitterMoms.com, a savvy social networking site for moms; I’m Not Obsessed, a popular celebrity mom blog; TechMamas, a technology blog with a parenting slant; and White Trash Mom, the mom who is on a crusade against perfection. According to the author, “there is a long list of truly clever ideas from truly clever women.”
The Internet Mommy is $12.95 and can be found at amazon.com.