This is the latest edition of Wilshire Lewis’s YA-NA-MC-RTV comic novel. For the acronymically challenged, that’s:
YA: Young Adult (teen)
NA: New Adult (twenties-ish, or, alright millenial)
MC: Midlife Crisis (thirty-somewhat, Gen X, and usually Gen Ex-)
RTV: Reality TeleVision (The Genre That Ate Basic Cable)
YANAMCRTV is pronounced, Yana McRatvey, or in Glasgow (only) Yana McRilvey.
Who’s the father—no, wait. Who’s the mother?
“If you think you know what’s coming, you are in for a surprise . . .this funny book makes you laugh, shake your head–and think. I loved it!” Vijaya Schartz, award-winning author of Coyote Gorgeous.
“This book was unexpected, I love the twists and how I, personally, couldn’t see anything coming.” Goodreads reviewer Brook Hill. ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
“This book is some crap reality TV on print.” Goodreads reviewer Jaimi S. ☆
When Callie Scharf discovers that her “super-rational Supermom’s” unplanned pregnancy was the result of a one-night stand, and that the baby is going to be given up for adoption, she has to do something. Something fast, and something brilliant. Obviously her mother, suffering from well-deserved guilt and “after-birth crazy” cannot be totally trusted. So Callie comes up with a seemingly bonkers idea that keeps Baby Booms in the family, allows her mother to dump her idiot boyfriend and appear on a reality TV show, and makes Callie a high school legend.