- March 17, 2014 - SALT LAKE CITY --
"Carol Frey knows this world from down in the trenches, from the realest places there are: the kitchen floor with a filthy rag in her hand, the dinner table across from a glaring husband, the car full of screaming kids.
It’s perilous territory, this “domestic underground,”
and those trailblazers who’ve come before “Mama Bear” (Frey’s nom-de-plume and alter ego) are no lot of shrinking violets—Erma Bombeck (whose The Grass is Always Greener Over the Septic Tank is the genre’s Bible), “Domestic Goddess” Roseanne Barr, Anne Taintor and her brilliant housewives-from-
hell postcards, Phyllis Diller…the list goes on. Badass women all, they’ve been there, and lived to tell the dirty tale—laughing to keep from crying.
There’s truth in every page here--and wit, and intelligence, and a big dose of common sense. Frey’s “Mama Bear” has the kind of cherished perspective—
truth-telling yet subtly sophisticated—
that makes the world seem right, and places the really important things—family, friends, shoes, and cats—on the pedestals they deserve.” - Christine Ohlman, the Beehive Queen
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