MR. and MRS. AMERICAN PIE by Juliet McDaniel & Giveaway



MR. and MRS. AMERICAN PIE (Inkshares) is a crazy laugh-out loud and pee your panties debut by author, Juliet McDaniel. It’s martini time!

The year is 1969. Dick Nixon was just sworn in as the thirty-seventh President of the United States. Neil Armstrong just took one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind. And notable Palm Springs socialite Maxine Simmons just found out that her husband is leaving her for his 20-year-old secretary.

After a public meltdown at Thanksgiving, Maxine finds herself not only divorced, but exiled to Scottsdale, Arizona. However, these desert boondocks will not be her end―only her Elba. The former beauty queen sets her eyes on a new crown: that of the Mrs. American Pie pageant, awarded to the  best wife and mother.

Maxine only has one problem. To win the crown she’ll need to find―or build―a family of her own.

(Thanks you Inkshares for summary)


Mr. & Mrs. American Pie is in development for television.

With Laura Dern and Jayme Lemon’s Jaywalker Pictures and Katie O’Connell and Elisa Ellis at Platform One.​For reals. 

Read all about this insanely good news at:

Thanks to BookExpo and Inkshares, we have a copy of Mr. and Mrs. AMERICAN PIE to giveaway. Just tell us what you remember most about the 70’s … or have read about the 70’s… We’ll announce a winner soon. Good Luck.
GIVEAWAYS: USA only please.
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22 thoughts on “MR. and MRS. AMERICAN PIE by Juliet McDaniel & Giveaway

  1. i remember going to the gas station & our gas would be pumped for us; going to Rinks when the new 45 records would be put out; penny candy & Mom giving us a quarter to buy some; riding our bikes with cards attached to wheel with a clothespin; and playing outside every day after cartoons until the outside light came on.

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  2. I was born in 80’s so just know what I heard from my mom. I remember the magazine I read as a kid from the time frame thinking people dressed funny.

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  3. Some of the best music is from the 70’s! I remember not locking the doors to the house and cars, and knowing everyone in the community.

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  4. I was born in 1970, so I don’t remember much but I do temember a happy childhood spent at the beach, and roller skating was big. I remember the music: Billy Joel’s Glass Houses Album, Diana Ross and The Eagles. I remember National Lampoons Animal House movie which I wasn’t allowed to see. I remember tv shows like All in the Family, The Partrige Family, Romper Room. Great times!!!

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  5. The 70’s were my teenage years. Wearing hip huggers and peasant blouses, saddle shoes. I would love to go back. Thank you for the chance.

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  6. Ah, the 70’s…I graduated high school, went to college, met my husband 12/31/75, married him 10/16/76 (10 months later), had our daughter (8/16/77 – yep, 10 months) moved 4 times between 1976 and 1980 when my son was born! Busy crazy times!!

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