Press and Reviews for “Lost in Suburbia: A Momoir”

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The Today Show: “Mother Recounts Struggle to Regain Her Cool”

The Better TV Show: “Tracy Beckerman – Lost in Suburbia”

CBS New York: “Lost in Suburbia Author Talks ‘Burb Life on the Couch”

Metro New York: “How Tracy Beckerman Found Herself Lost in Suburbia”

Parade Magazine: “How a Singing Gorilla Became Lost in Suburbia”

Kirkus Reviews: “Tracy Beckerman – Lost in Suburbia”

New Jersey Star Ledger: “Tracy Beckerman – Lost in Suburbia”

Humorist Tracy Beckerman: How a Singing Gorilla Became Lost in SMoms LA:  “Lost in Suburbia Book Review”

Bobblehead Dad: “Finding Tracy Beckerman”

Circle of Moms: “Lost in Suburbia”

Opinionated Mama: “Tracy Beckerman – Hot Mama”

Smart Mom Style: “Lost in Suburbia Giveaway”

Not a Supermom: Book Review – Lost in Suburbia

Working Mother Magazine:  “Worklife Balance Tips”

One funny Motha: “Book Giveaway and Author Q&A”

Great Thoughts: “Lost in Suburbia by Tracy Beckerman: A Fabulous Memoir”

The Alternative Press: “Tracy Beckerman Releases her Momoir”

The Independent Press: “Lost in Suburbia, Tracy Beckerman’s Second Book, Releases April 2”

NJ Star Ledger: “Tracy Beckerman – Lost in Suburbia”

Patch: “Tracy Beckerman Finds her Writing Voice While Lost in Suburbia”

Mom of 6: “Have You Ever Felt Like You Needed to Get Your Groove Back?”

Domestique Manager: “Get Your Cool Back with Tracy Beckerman”

Mommy B Knows Best: “Tracy the Wonder Mom”

Momentumnation: “Chia Pet Hair and Vibrators in Her Bed”

Lela Davidson: “Funny Mom Tracy Beckerman – Found in Suburbia”

Good Girl Gone Redneck:  “Tracy Beckerman, Lost in Suburbia review”

The Balancing Act: “Interview with Tracy Beckerman”

Culture Mom: “Feeling Lost in Suburbia”

Penn State University: “Alumna Pens Momoir About Life in the ‘Burbs”

From Left to Write: “Friday Reads – The Layover Edition”

All in An Iowa Mom’s Day: “Lost in Suburbia – Tracy Beckerman”

5 Minutes for Mom: “Lost in Suburbia Review”

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Good Enough Mother with Rene Syler: “Life Lessons”

Mommy on the Spot: “Why Every Mom Needs to Read Lost in Suburbia”

Primetime Parenting: “How I Found Myself Laughing and Relating to Tracy Beckerman”

Savvy Sassy Moms: “Sassy Mom Must Read About Suburbia, Life and Motherhood”

My Work Butterfly: “Syndicated Humor Columnist and Author Tracy Beckerman”

Red Lotus Mama: “Book Review – Lost in Suburbia”

Celebrity Parents Magazine: Book Review – Lost in Suburbia

Barista Kids: “Tracy Beckerman Talks Lost in Suburbia”

The Sassy Curmudgeon:  “Book Fair – Lost in Suburbia”

Parenting Squad: “Interview with Tracy Beckerman, author of Lost in Suburbia”

Musings on Motherhood and Midlife: “How Tracy Beckerman Lost and Got Her Cool Back”

Back n’ Groove Mom: “This City Gal Got Lost in Suburbia”

Blogher: “Comedy Corner – Three Questions for Tracy Beckerman”

WGN-TV: “Author Tracy Beckerman Talks About Her Book, Lost in Suburbia”

Stress Free Baby: “A Momoir Leaves You Lost in Laughter”

The Balancing Act: “Interview with Tracy Beckerman”

Tips from Town: “Syndicated Humor Columnist Debuts Momoir”

GateHouse News Service: “Tracy Beckerman Releases Book, Starts National Tour”

4 Hats and Frugal: “Lost in Suburbia, a Momoir, by Tracy Beckerman”

A Day in the Wife: “Lost in Suburbia Giveaway, Interview”

 

PRAISE FOR “LOST IN SUBURBIA: A MOMOIR:”

Lost in Suburbia had me snorting with laughter throughout. It’s painfully relatable and simply hilarious. If you’ve ever looked at your suburban life with kids and wondered how the hell you got there, this book is for you.” –Jill Smokler, New York Times bestselling author of “Confessions of a Scary Mommy” 

“When you put this book down to drive the carpool, you’ll miss your new best friend.” Gwendolen Gross, author of the best selling novel, “The Orphan Sister”

“I love this woman!” Jenny Lawson, aka The Bloggess, and author of New York Times Best Seller, “Let’s Pretend This Never Happened”

“Beckerman is the girlfriend you wish you had when you were expecting and the cool mom you stalk at Mommy & Me.” –Lela Davidson, author of “Blacklisted from the PTA”

“Beckerman’s effervescent, irreverent humor is peppered with heartfelt poignancy in this most relatable memoir about motherhood and re-discovering your bad-mom self” Jenny Gardiner, author of #1 Kindle Bestseller “SLIM TO NONE”

Lost in Suburbia offers witty solace to every woman who has swapped high heels for high chairs and wondered if she’d ever get her mojo back.” –Celia Rivenbark, author of the New York Times bestseller,“Stop Dressing Your Six Year Old Like a Skank”

“Tracy is hilarious, a bit biting, and not afraid as she should be that her mother still may hit her.” –Laurie Notaro, New York Times Best-selling author of “The Idiot Girls’ Action-Adventure Club”

“I am a man and I am not in touch with my feminine side because I don’t have a feminine side.  So when I tell you that Lost in Suburbia made me laugh, it’s because it’s really, really funny.  There’s stuff for guys in here… I swear on my high testosterone levels!” –W. Bruce Cameron, author of the New York Times bestselling novel, “A Dog’s Purpose,” and the New York Times best selling book, “8 Simple Rules for Dating my Teenage Daughter”

“Reading Lost in Suburbia, locked in my bathroom all alone, I laughed, I cried (from laughing), and then I laughed some more. When you’re feeling overwhelmed by the maddening, mind-numbing demands of motherhood, get Lost in Suburbia. You’ll be so glad you did.” –Jenna McCarthy, author of “If it was Easy, They’d Call the Whole Damn Thing a Honeymoon,” and “The Parent Trip: From High Heels and Parties to High Chairs and Potties

“Tracy Beckerman’s writing is clever, funny and always relatable. You’ll read this book and wish she lived next door!” –Robin O’Bryant author of “Ketchup is a Vegetable and Other Lies Moms Tell Themselves”

“Tracy writes with an enticing and entertaining combination of great wit and wild abandon. If you love hilarious writing and women who are unafraid to say it all, this book more than delivers.” –Susan Reinhardt, author of “Chimes from a Cracked Southern Belle,” “Not Tonight Honey, Wait ‘Til I’m a Size 6,” and “Dishing with the Kitchen Virgin.”

 

PRAISE FOR “REBEL WITHOUT A MINIVAN:”

“Tracy Beckerman is not just humorous… she is laugh-out-loud funny! Her columns are a great escape!” – Suzette Martinez-Standring, Syndicated Columnist and Author, The Art of Column Writing: Insider Secrets from Art Buchwald, Dave Barry, Arianna Huffington, Pete Hamill and Other Great Columnists

In Rebel Without a Minivian, Tracy Beckerman has crafted a hilarious page-turner that captures the essence of what it’s like to be a mom in the throws of an identity crisis.  With a perfect blend of humor, wit and sarcasm, Tracy’s observations about her family, her foibles and life in general gives us all something to smile about.” – Beth Feldman, Founder http://www.rolemommy.com & Co-author of Peeing in Peace:  Tales & Tips for Type A Moms

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