I loved this one from Hatmaker. Her signature snark and sass are strong, but it's tender too and hits some really beautiful and poignant notes to make it a really well-rounded collection of essays. While I'm not a wife or mother myself, the way Hatmaker talks about parenting and marriage is so enjoyable, humorous, and still relatable, and I really appreciate that. Her brand of humor admittedly isn't for everyone, but this one had me laughing out loud at more than a few points (and I hardly EVER laugh at books!). I was really impressed, though, by the essays that were more personal, more intimate, and more faith-focused-- they struck a tone that really resonated with me and showed a different depth and richness to Hatmaker than I tend to see from her.
I've enjoyed other things I've read from Hatmaker, but this one definitely takes the cake for me!
THE DEETS: I received this one from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for my review!