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Women are Scary

Women are Scary The Totally Awkward Adventure of Finding Mom Friends

By Melanie Dale
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.42 Stars

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On 7/22 Shey wrote: It could have been the catchy title. Or the fact that there are warring cake pops on the cover. It could have been the funny reviews I read before reading this book myself or the forwards written by some of my other favorite female authors (What up Boo Mama? Shout out to Melanie Shankle, too! And don’t ... Book Review: Women Are Scary

Shey's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/15 Blessedchick wrote: (Disclosure:  I received this book in order to facilitate my review.  All opinions shared are my own.)So, I'll be honest, women are scary lol.  I don't have a lot of women friends.  I find it hard to be friends with women because I feel that lots of women can be judgmental towards ... Women are Scary

Blessedchick's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/9 Victoria wrote: The title, Women are Scary is supposed to get your attention, make you question, make you laugh but like most of the relationships it's describing, at the core is something necessary that has a lot of heart. Women are Scary is a truth many moms can face with the so-called "mommy wars" and the general ... Refreshing insight into Friendships and Motherhood

Victoria 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/8 Katy Zitzmann wrote: I requested this book to review mainly because I thought it looked humorous (I mean really there are cake pops on the front cover with a bite out of one…that has to mean funny!) and because I thought it would be an interesting read on finding mom friends. A year into this mom gig and I’ll admit ... Awkward Adventure

Katy's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/26 Tidbits of Experience wrote: While searching for my next book to read, I came across Women Are Scary at Book Look Bloggers site to review. It sounded just like my kind of book. Finding female friendships IN PERSON is not exactly something that I’m strong at doing. Yet, in the same token I know the value of having close girlfriends ... Women Are Scary

Tidbits of Experience's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/19 Jenn Grandlienard wrote: I know I’ve said this before, but reading is my absolute favorite! And I love being able to share my love of books by writing reviews on what I’m reading lately! So here’s a list of some books, and my thoughts behind them! I absolutely LOVE this book. Reading to Knox has become one ... Some Good Mom Reads!

Jenn's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/10 Janet Reeves wrote: I think I would enjoy being friends with Melanie Dale. I’ve had a few friends like her. You just never know what they are going to say—something that makes you laugh, something surprising or shocking or just a little bit inappropriate, something totally profound in its simplicity. They have hearts ... Book Review: "Women are Scary"

Janet's Rating:

3 Stars

On 6/4 thisquiethour wrote: Women Are Scary by Melanie Dale outlines the different types of mom-friendships and stages of becoming a mom-friend. It’s supposed to be written in a funny tone which at first made me want to put it down—I hate books that feel like every paragraph is waiting for a laugh-track. I thought for the most ... it's supposed to be written in a funny tone

thisquiethour's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/1 Lindsay Banton wrote: Women Are Scary (book review)Honestly, I was a bit skeptical of this book. I am not a fan of fluffy reads nor books that are overtly girly. It’s like the girly gab oozes through sometimes and I can’t handle the silly remarks. But, I was wrong. Melanie Dale is hysterical. I am a huge fan of clean, ... Make new friends but keep the old, some are silver and the other is gold

Lindsay's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/25 Sarah Bergman wrote: Women are Scary reads like a dating manual for mothers looking for mommy friends. It is true that caring for small children can be isolating and lonely and mothers do better when they can connect with other women. I can relate to the experiences the author writes about in this book, but I don't know ... For those who aren't done trying

Sarah Bergman's Rating:

3 Stars