Milkshake is a funny novel by Boston Globe columnist Joanna Weiss about women’s mothering choices, breasts, breastfeeding and babies. Be sure to stop by and read my review and enter my Milkshake Book giveaway.
This clever story tackles some heavy mothering topics in a humorous style that left me curious about a second book. I had the opportunity to ask author Joanna Weiss about that, her inspiration for the book, and more in the following interview.
Interview with Joanna Weiss
1. What was your inspiration for this story?
It was hard! I’m used to writing 700 words on a quick deadline, so the idea of taking years to finish a project was daunting. But it was incredibly fun to start hearing the characters’ voices in my head. I’d advise people to be persistent, and to get good, honest edits along the way. Every reader, throughout the process, will make your book better.
About Joanna Weiss
Joanna Weiss is an op-ed columnist for the Boston Globe, focusing on gender, politics, and pop culture. Her columns appear, via the New York Times wire, in newspapers across the country. She appears as a commentator on local and national TV and radio and contributes to Slate.com. Her first novel, Milkshake, a social satire about breastfeeding, politics, and the mommy wars, is available now on Kindle.
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