Review: <i>Supermom Saves the World</i> by Melanie Lynn Hauser

Today, in January Magazine’s fiction section, contributing editor Mary Ward Menke reviews Supermom Saves the World by Melanie Lynn Hauser. Menke says:

Is there a mother in the world who hasn’t at one time or another wished she had super powers? Author Melanie Lynne Hauser has taken that wishful thinking and run with it. In Confessions of a Super Mom, she created Birdie Lee, the divorced mom of a teenage son and daughter. Birdie survives a “Horrible Swiffer Accident” that turns her into a super hero with palms like sponges and fingers filled with cleaning fluid. Fast forward six months to Super Mom Saves the World, and we find Birdie, now a card-carrying member of the Justice League of America, still adjusting to her new life.


The full review is here.

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