Behind Every Crazy Woman, There’s an Even More Batshit Mother
My mom was always more of a friend than an authority figure. But not like a laid-back friend who comes over to watch Homeland—more like an annoying friend who comes over with two dudes you don’t know and starts doing body shots off your sleeping roommate at 3 A.M. on a Wednesday.
Everyone’s mom is fucking crazy to some degree, and my mom is no different. Except that she’s completely different because she is infinitely crazier than your mom. She is a product of Ashland,
"Jenny Mollen is basically telling women that it’s okay to be crazy and to embrace their jealousy, paranoia and rage. This book is so funny—you'll laugh your ass off. I only hope my girlfriend doesn’t read it." —JEFFREY ROSS, author of I Only Roast the Ones I Love"You know when a friend tells you what they almost did, but came to their senses and didn’t? Well, Jenny Mollen does it with gusto, and I can't get enough! You’ll never believe how badly you’ll want to meet her after reading her hilarious book." —JUDY GREER, author of I Don’t Know What You Know Me From"Yikes and wow. You will be horrified. You will be entertained. What you'll never be, as you read Jenny Mollen’s memoir, is bored." —PATTON OSWALT, New York Times bestselling author of Zombie Spaceship Wasteland"Jenny’s type of fucked up is the kind I want to squish up and put in my bag and keep with me all the time—and now I can. Thanks, America." —KELLY OXFORD, New York Times bestselling author of Everything Is Perfect When You're a Liar"Filth. If you like your ladies hot and your filth filthy, this is the book for you. Jenny is bitchy and body-obsessed, husband-obsessed, self-aggrandizing, and always amazing." —MICHAEL IAN BLACK, New York Times bestselling author of You’re Not Doing It Right
"The wild, wonderful Jenny Mollen unleashes her life story with a raw, funny new voice. This book
leaves you laughing, squirming, and turning page after page with much anticipation and occasional fear of where Jenny will take you next. Proof that life is often stranger and always funnier than fiction."--PIPER KERMAN, New York Times bestselling author of Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women's Prison
"Jenny tells her stories with such raw honesty that even when she's behaving badly, you'll root for her. Also, you'll laugh your ass off. After reading this, I want to be her best friend but also I'm scared of her." —SARAH COLONNA, New York Times bestselling author of Life As I Blow It