Michelle Read

Biography

Michelle is the stay-at-home mother of three bundles of joy and craziness. She spends her mornings at the changing table, her afternoons writing on the front porch, and her evenings with her family at the kitchen table.

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Books

18 Best Starter Businesses for Stay-at-Home-Moms
By Michelle Read
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 2,670. Language: English. Published: April 22, 2010. Category: Nonfiction
Everyone could use a little extra income, right? But why not turn that little idea, or ever-so-often hobby, into a significant income earner? Take charge of your future right now, and enjoy the fulfillment of working for yourself...on your own time....doing what you love! Here's your little push. Now get out there and change your life!

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Smashwords book reviews by Michelle Read

  • 20 No-Cost Marketing Ideas on April 29, 2010
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    I enjoyed this concise gem packed tightly with overviews of several good marketing strategies. I actually really enjoyed that it was brief and compact. I was able to take what I learned (some obvious, some I hadn't considered) and work it into my own plan. A good read!
  • Smashwords Book Marketing Guide on April 29, 2010
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    Excellent. Excellent. Excellent! Packed with goodies. So glad I have this guide to turn to, it's indespensible.
  • Quack-A-Doodle-Baa on May 02, 2010
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    Loved it! I read it myself first :0) and will be sharing it with my child. A vey good read. Michelle Read "18 Best Starter Businesses for Stay-at-Home-Moms"
  • Mary Scary on May 20, 2010
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    I adore the illustrations in this whimsical book! The pictures are truly magical, so playful and fun. I love that the main character is carefree and changes throughout the short book. Oh to be that free!!
  • The Nostalgia Effect on April 13, 2014
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    I just finished this book about an hour or so ago. I set the Kindle down, almost cried, and couldn't do anything on the computer for a while. The Nostalgia Effect touched me in a way that I welcome and actually look for in books and movies. I welcome being forced to realize how blessed I am in this moment. Like IN this very moment, and second, and day. So I went inside (I was reading in my car), and when I walked in the front door of my house I looked around, and started cleaning up. Tidying, getting the laundry going again, dishes, because I felt moved to show my husband that I care for him and that I hope every day he sees me as the wife he deserves and as his best friend. Long story short, it's one of the best books I've ever read because I felt like it was talking to me. "Hey, stupid. Go tell your family you love them and don't be so uptight today. Take it one day at a time!"