Launch Day for the Kindle E-Book is finally here – you can buy it here on Amazon! If you’re more of a hard copy book person you only have to wait a few more days – it is coming SO soon!
About Twin Turbulence:
|The story starts in 2004 when journaling became first-time author Kristin Myers’ outlet. This is not a handbook – it’s a labor of love. While reading you will nod, laugh and empathize with Kristin as a woman, as a parent, as a wife, as the mother of twins (which is a completely different ballgame) and as part of a team facing a cancer diagnosis.These are the honest reactions to the constant, unexpected nature of life that was magnified by twins. The trials and errors, the ups and downs, and the in-betweens. This is the truth of living through the rough parts while searching for any and all silver linings.|
what others are saying….
“Amazing book that captures the essence of being a mother of twins. It made me laugh and cry. Kristin tells it like it is and that kind of honestly is refreshing. I have found myself echoing the same feelings with my own identical twin girls. My personal mother of multiples handbook that makes me feel like “this is normal” and “it is going to be okay” and finally “it is so worth it”. It’s like Kristin has been in my house taking notes and put it all down in a book for all to enjoy. Being a mother of multiples (or just a mother in general) is not all unicorns and rainbows and this book gets to the core of the good, the bad, and the hilarious of it all.”
“I found myself getting wrapped up in the moments Kristin shared in Twin Turbulence. Whether it was tears, laughter, embarrassment, joy or frustration… I felt like I was right there with her. I had always wondered what it would be like to have twins, and this seems like it’s a pretty close look at all the details you could never possibly think of unless you are in the thick of it. Kristin’s writing flows straight from her heart in recounting all of the little details that are so often forgotten in the chaos of a family of 5. Makes me think I should start doing a better job of recording the day to day stuff so I don’t forget it when my little one is older.”
“It was this period of rational reflection that proved to be the most therapeutic. While I wrote from the inside out, I was able to read from the out-side-looking-in.”
“Looking back, I’m amazed by how systematically we continued to react when faced with life-threatening news. Life didn’t pause for a second in those shocking moments. On the contrary, it seemed to shift into overdrive.”
“I felt as though someone had dropped me off in the most beautiful place imaginable, but I was naked without a suitcase and possessed zero knowledge of the language.”
“When one needed soothing, I would lie her down next to her sister so they could touch forehead to forehead. The instant she felt the warmth of her sister’s head against her own, the screams quieted and the tears stopped flowing.”