After working as a lifeguard, a Peace Corps Volunteer, a middle school teacher, a Hickory Farms girl who had to stand in front of the store dressed in tacky overalls and verbally assault unsuspecting passers-by with, "Would you like to try a sample of our beef stick?” a switchboard operator and finally, an attorney (but don't hold that against her), Denise Malloy is uniquely qualified to do absolutely nothing. That is why she writes.
Her columns appear in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Miraculously, A Real Mother: Stumbling Through Motherhood is her third book.
Columnist, Denise Malloy, is A Real Mother. It took her three months to figure out she was pregnant and not suffering from chronic food poisoning. She’s been parentally challenged ever since.
Denise Malloy inhabits a world that most will recognize, but few have described quite so honestly, or hilariously.