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The Day I Wore My Panties Inside Out by Jen TuckerThe Day I Wore My Panties Inside Out was a hoot all the way through.

A very amusing look at the hectic life of a ‘today’ family through the eyes of an ordinary mom as she amusingly handles everyday life even when it’s not so ordinary.

Susan Stec, author, The Grateful Undead: They’re so Vein

 

Like having coffee (or a martini) with my best friend, talking about the real stuff in life with no filters, and laughing out loud the whole way.

-Juliette S., Amazon Reviewer

 


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JEN’S WORK

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Jen’s First Memoir

Jen’s first memoir, The Day I Wore My Underwear Inside Out, was a Goodreads Humor Semi-finalist!

Jen’s Second Memoir

Jen’s follow-up to Underwear is The Day I Lost My Shaker of Salt.

Compilation

Jen was thrilled to be part of the compilation of short stories from women and moms called, A Kind of Mad Courage: Short Stories About Mothers, (S)mothers & Others.

Children’s Book

Jen’s children’s book, Little Pumpkin, is a fun story with a great message. A book for all seasons!

Jen’s Column

Jen writes a humor column at Chick Lit Central. Check it out!

Jen’s Other Column

Jen also writes a column on Survival of the Blondes.

Getting Creative

Jen is also the creative writer for JP Video Productions, writing short films and commercials for clients.


What Readers Are Saying About Jen Tucker’s Books

For mothers, stepdaughters, grandmothers and daughters everywhere! It’s one of the best short story collections I’ve come across.

— Terry T, Amazon Reviewer on A Kind of Mad Courage