From the Heart of a Mother: Poetry and Words of Inspiration for All Stages of Motherhood

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Product Details
Price
$24.99  $23.24
Publisher
Mango
Publish Date
Pages
192
Dimensions
5.0 X 8.0 X 0.38 inches | 0.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781684816101

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About the Author
Randi Latzman is a Speech-Language Pathologist turned stay-at-home mom and influential mommy author. Latzman started her blog, Surviving Mom Blog, in the summer of 2020 to share her story and support other moms through her empowering words.Latzman's blog writing quickly evolved into poetry writing about her journey through motherhood and the trials and tribulations that comes with being a parent. Her writing has continued to gain attention and shows exponential growth each year since its debut in 2020.Randi Latzman lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and 11-year-old daughter.
Reviews

"Reading Randi's poems is like chicken soup to a mother's soul. They're raw, honest, and vulnerable. After reading one, I find myself nodding in agreement or touching my heart like I just had an encouraging or heartfelt conversation with a good friend. I feel seen and comforted. Her words speak to women everywhere, reminding us how beautiful motherhood is while letting us know we aren't alone through the challenging parts. Every mother needs her book."

--Danielle Sherman-Lazar, creator of Living Full and author of It's Okay to Not Be Okay: Adults Get Big Feelings Too

"Randi's words and poems have been touching my heart for years now. She is able to capture the powerful emotions that come with motherhood and help us feel fully seen, less alone. Randi also shares openly about life's challenges and offers hope and light for the journey. What a gift that her words will now be in a book, able to bless so many more who need them."

--Sydnei Kaplan, author of The Heaven Phone

"Randi is a true talent, and her words are a balm for a weary mother's soul. They are vulnerable and honest, beautifully capturing this life experience. Without a doubt, Randi will prove to be a literary powerhouse. Many of her quotes are already well-known and beloved across the internet, and I foresee her many readers and followers (not to mention a number of influential writers and content creators) sharing this book far and wide. You hold a smash hit in your hands."

--Cassie Gottula Shaw, founder of Girl, I've Got You and author of Dream Chaser: Live Big, My One Year Old Boy

"Randi's stunning poetry captures the highs and lows of motherhood with a grace that makes us feel seen. Her words perfectly portray the deep emotions of a mom, particularly how minute-by-minute we can feel blessed and broken and everything in between."

--Christine Derengowski

"I am thrilled to wholeheartedly endorse Randi and her incredible writing. Randi has a unique gift for capturing the essence of motherhood, navigating the challenges of parenting, and addressing the crucial aspects of mental wellness. Her poetry resonates deeply, offering a genuine and compassionate perspective on the multifaceted journey of motherhood.

"Her ability to tackle topics such as relationships, hardships, and trauma with sensitivity and authenticity sets her apart. Through her words, she provides a source of comfort and understanding for those navigating the complexities of parenthood. Her insights not only shed light on the struggles many face but also offer practical guidance and a sense of solidarity.

"Navigating motherhood is no easy feat, and Randi's poems serve as a beacon of support for mothers everywhere. Whether you're seeking advice, empathy, or simply a moment of reflection, Randi's words are a must-read.

"In a world where the challenges of parenting can be overwhelming, Randi's writing stands out as a source of inspiration and encouragement. Her poetry is a testament to the strength and beauty found in the shared experiences of motherhood."

--Jennifer Thompson, author of If We're Being Honest

"Randi's encouraging words are what mothers need to get through these long, challenging days and sometimes even longer nights. Her poems are a burst of fresh air, allowing us to feel seen and understood. They touch my heart each and every time."

--Whitney Fleming, author and co-owner of Parenting Teens & Tweens

"Randi writes so honestly and openly about the real struggles of life, relationships, and motherhood. She's a truth-teller for women, and that's important. We're all desperate to hear more truth."

--Mikala Albertson, MD, author of Ordinary on Purpose: Surrendering Perfect and Discovering Beauty Amid the Rubble

"Randi's beautiful words help us all know that we are never alone. She helps us all to see the light in the darkness and the joy in the hard and the mess. In a world of impossible standards, Randi reminds us we are enough and that we can not only survive but thrive in this season of motherhood, just exactly as we are."

--Amy Betters-Midtvedt, educator and author of You'll Make It and They Will Too: Everything No One Talks About When Parenting Teens

"Poetry by Randi Latzman offers a safe landing space for the hearts of all mothers. Her honest, raw, and inspirational words feel universal and yet so personal, as if she's speaking right into the reader's own soul. Her empowering pieces are so needed by mothers today, allowing their journeys to feel acknowledged and appreciated. Randi's words are truly a gift."

--Mehr Lee, writer at Raise Her Wild

"Randi Latzman is one of my very favorite 'motherhood' writers. She is able to express feelings and experiences that we all walk through and relate to in our journeys raising children. But she does so in such a beautifully poetic way. She leaves her readers nodding their heads in understanding, feeling less alone and validated in their path, and warmed by her artistic expression. Her poems lift and celebrate women in their motherhood, while weaving a sense of connection among one another."

--Emily Roussell, children's book author of Rock You Tonight

"We love sharing Randi's poems with our Her View From Home community. Our readers easily relate to her heartfelt words about motherhood. It's the kind of connection we all need. Any mother who reads From the Heart of a Mother is sure to find a piece of themselves inside."

--Leslie Means, bestselling author of So God Made a Mother and founder/owner of Her View From Home, LLC