SOURCE: Waynick Book Group

May 09, 2008 13:44 ET

'Just Ask Mom' Serves Up Mom's Best Tips for Life

Mother, Author Nancy Malone Provides Practical Roadmap for Home, Work, Relationships

NASHVILLE, TN--(Marketwire - May 9, 2008) - Mothers are arguably the world's greatest source of knowledge -- always knowing exactly what to say, what to do and how to do it. In "Just Ask Mom" (CPO Publishing, $19.95 hardback), Nancy Malone offers her best advice from two decades of motherhood as a personal reference guide for life.

"When my oldest child went away to college, she began calling several times a week with questions, and I hated I couldn't be there in person to help," said Malone, author and mother of four. "She was my inspiration for writing this book. 'Just Ask Mom' is for anyone who needs a mother's wisdom but doesn't have her by their side."

"Just Ask Mom" is an ideal handbook for anyone just starting out on their own. From high school and college graduates to newlyweds and new mothers, Nancy Malone's refreshing words of wisdom fill the easy-to-use resource. As Malone says, it includes "everything your mother told you when you weren't listening."

The hardback takes on homemaking challenges such as organization and laundry; high-flying moments such as pulling off a perfect party; all-important tasks such as managing personal finances; and the big-picture subjects, such as relationships and decision making. "Just Ask Mom" also contains sought-after reference lists, such as how to pick and store varieties of fruit and what to wear to different types of job interviews, weddings and funerals. "Just Ask Mom" is available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com.

About Nancy Malone

Nancy Malone grew up in tiny Liberty, Tenn., and spent much of her childhood with her grandmothers, learning the secrets of simple, sensible living. It wasn't until she had a family of her own that she fully embraced their lessons. Having four kids in six years, Malone became the ultimate full-time mother and honed her grandmothers' methods. In her first book, "Just Ask Mom," she passes on that knowledge, believing no matter your age, you still need Mom in your corner.

About CPO Publishing

CPO Publishing, a Waynick Book Group imprint, focuses on universal life events -- births, marriages, family issues, transitions. Each title provides real-world recommendations and resources for celebrating the good times and working through rough patches. To learn more, visit www.Coolspringspress.net.

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