Monday, May 2, 2016

Mimi Plus Two - Release Day Review

Review by Marlene Engel
Mimi’s back and she’s with baby.  Don’t think for one second that motherhood would calm her zany ways.  Knowing that she’s going to be responsible for another life, combined with her ever changing hormones, Mimi’s convinced that the end of the world is near. 

Pure to Whitney Dineen style, we’re treated to a delightfully entertaining, hysterically funny and impossible to put down read.  But there are some serious moments too.  After the birth of her child, we witness the affects postpartum depression has on Mimi.  The way the author seamlessly combines the laugh-out-loud moments along with more sensitive ones is pure brilliance. 

I couldn’t wait to read this book.  Not only is Mimi a fun and completely entertaining character, but she is surrounded by a whole cast of interesting and at times peculiar group of people.  Fun, entertaining and real, Mimi Plus Two is sure to delight!

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About the Author:
While attending the University of Illinois in Chicago, Whitney Dineen was discovered by a local modeling agent and began an unexpected career as a plus-size Ford model. She modeled in New York City before moving to Los Angeles with her husband.

When she wasn’t modeling, she was in the kitchen, baking delights to share with friends. Soon, her friends began asking her to send baskets of her wonderful candies and cookies to business associates, agents and production studios. Word spread like wildfire, and the rest, as they say, is history. Whitney’s sensational creations are still in great demand by her loyal celebrity clientele.

During “The Hollywood Years,” Whitney was bitten by the writing bug and started creating characters that are inspired by strong women with a great sense of humor.

In addition to her love of chick-lit, Whitney has also written a series of adventure books for middle readers The first of which, Wilhelmina and the Willamette Wig Factory, is available now.

Whitney and her husband, Jimmy, have recently relocated to the beautiful Pacific Northwest to raise their children, chickens and organic vegetables.

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