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  1. Latin for Pirates! I love it!
    My Latin might be off, but this should be “Dead men tell no tales!”
    Mortuus homines dico haud fabula!

  2. Hahaha, I’d definitely read No 3, or if you don’t write it, I will…nothing like a hint of no sex to get the readers lining up at the book store!!

  3. Sue Kresge

    Loving this post! I have to go with If You Give Your Momma a Mocha —
    Even at 62, I need that caffeine. I think you will find a lot of readers who can relate -

  4. Sarah Johnson

    I still like my “Half-Ass Homeschooling” idea; Come on — don’t you ever have a day where the kids are chugging along mightily well on the smallest bit of nothing from you. I do every day.

    Any how, you’re just as cool as all those Catholic Mama authors you just mentioned & just as talented. So, go for it!

  5. kmantoan

    @Contra-if Latin for Pirates is ever published, you get the first signed copy.
    @Jen-#3 is my personal favorite too! I couldn’t even read the title to my husband without laughing. However, he’s never heard of the 50 Shades of Grey book so he thought me cackling at my own joke was funnier than the actual title.
    @Sue-So the need for coffee does not decrease as the kids grow up and move out?? Darn.
    @Sarah-Let’s co-author a book and then get Samuel L. Jackson to do the audio copy!!! I’m sure our homeschools will take care of themselves while we’re working on it!

    • kmantoan

      Sarah, having just read your blog post on NFP, I think it might be better for you to ‘blow it wide open’. My novel of angst and longing would only succeed in sending it’s reader into the arms of a Harlequin romance novel.

  6. […] would be forever incomplete because of your poor decision making. How can you not love a woman who claims that she is going to write books called 50 Shades of NFP and Latin for Pirates? (I’m holding you to this, Kelly.) How does one not immediately start scrambling to find the […]

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