Fairly Odd Mother by Kelly Kazek

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"Fairly Odd Mother: Musings of a Slightly Off Southern Mom" is award-winning journalist Kelly Kazek's skewed and hilarious view of various aspects of life, from raising a daughter as a single mom to life in a small town to popular culture ...

"I felt I had a lot of wisdom to impart to my daughter, like "Never let a man see you put on control top panty hose (or for that matter, take them off. Someone could get hurt.)"
- from the column "Moms get dumber as teens age"

"The idea of drinking a bovine pee cola gives a whole new meaning to those old Peter Frampton lyrics, 'I'm in you, urine me.' At least I think that's how they went. Plus, it makes you give those Red Bull ingredients a second glance."
- from the column "Try an ice cold Cow-ca Cola"

"Guys, at this point have likely picked up on the more obvious (to guys) mystery in this whole incident:
Where does a naked woman put $40,000 in jewelry...?
(Pause while we all ponder this.)
...and if this man was paying $100 per hour to have a naked woman in his house, why wasn't he watching her? I imagine to some, this would seem wasteful."
- from the column "Nude maid strips man of self respect"

What readers are saying ...

"Kelly Kazek has a most delightful writing style and a wry sense of humor!" - Jim G., Phoenix, Arizona
"I've never written to a newspaper colunist before but I had to write to tell you how much I enjoyed your column. Rarely does anything make me laugh out loud but your column did!" - Martha C. Leeds, Alabama
"I burst out laughing several times" - Linda S. Whiting, New Jersey
"If a new column's not there by Monday, I start to get the shakes." - Michael P., Milledgeville, Ga.


About Kelly Kazek

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Kelly Kazek is the Managing Editor for The News Courier. Kelly Kazek's book Fairly Odd Mother: Musings of a Slightly off Southern Mom was released in hardcover in September 2009. She also is a contributing author to Weird U.S.: The ODDyssey Continues by Moran, Sceurman and Lake, released in October, 2008 from Barnes and Noble Books. Kazek has won more than 100 state and national awards in journalism, including numerous awards for humor writing and the Alabama Associated Press Sweepstakes Awards in 2007 and 2008. She also received a first-place award for Best Humorous Commentary among small daily newspapers in the Society of Professional Journalists Green Eyeshade Awards in 2008 and first place for Best Column Writing from the Suburban Newspapers of America in 2009. In 2006, she was chosen for a fellowship in the Elite Reporter program and was named Feature Writer of the Year by Community Newspaper Holdings Inc. in 2007. Her columns are syndicated through CNHI News Service, appearing in
Published August 25, 2009 by iUniverse. 172 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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