Co-written with Erica Ehm, former MuchMusic VJ and founder of the Yummy Mummy Club, The Mischievous Mom at the Art Gallery features a thoroughly modern mother who makes a point of including her two children in her always-hectic life. At five o’clock, when Mom gets home, everything changes for Jessie and Josh. Their mother is mischievous, curious, adventurous, and free-spirited.
Apple is the opposite of her outspoken mother and gossipy, chatty best friends; she’s always been the cool, calm, and collected one. But her life is about to spiral out of control. Apple’s super-sized, secret crush on her friend Zen leads her into major trouble.
In Toddlers Gone Wild!, Rebecca Eckler tackles the madness that comes with raising a boddler (half-toddler, half-baby). As any parent of a boddler knows, these are strange days indeed. Gone is the time when your child would listen when you said, “no,” and wear whatever adorable little outfit you chose.
Apple is back for another story filled with plenty of drama, boys, gossip — and, of course, angst.
Things in Apple’s life are slowly getting back to normal: her friendship with Happy seems to have survived her Crazy Girl Moment (i.e. sabotaging Happy’s relationship with Zen), she has a new sort of-boyfriend, Lyon (cute and very sweet, but no pitter-patters in her heart), and she’s landed a gig interning for Angst magazine (hottest teen magazine around). But, as it usually happens for Apple, life is never this perfect. Just add into the mix a snarky co-worker, an ever-annoying famous talk-show mother, and a major secret crush on her best friend’s boyfriend that just won’t go away, and things are about to get a lot more complicated…
After her little bundle of joy, Rowan (a.k.a The Dictator), arrives, Rebecca Eckler wonders when the promised “rewarding” part will kick in. She wasn’t supposed to trade in tight jeans for baggy sweatpants, or give up the dream of sound sleep and a passionate sex life.
Knocked Up is the witty, engaging and refreshingly frank chronicle of a modern woman’s journey into motherhood. We follow Rebecca Eckler from the first trimester (a.k.a. the longest three months of her life), through the “fat months” of the second trimester, on to the “even fatter months” of the third.
Goodbye frozen fish sticks and canned corn, hello lifestyles of the rich, famous, and lucky! One phone call from ATM Dad, and single mom Amanda and her four-year-old daughter Clover’s lives will never be the same. In her debut adult novel, bestselling author Rebecca Eckler introduces readers to the exclusive Lucky Sperm Club kids born to outrageously wealthy parents.
Along with Clover’s multi-million-dollar inheritance comes admission to Summit Prep, the most prestigious private school in the city. Here, Amanda and Clover are welcomed into a world where credit-card-carrying kids are decked out in the latest high-end designer duds, yummy mummies have affairs with their yoga instructors, and the PhDs (Papa has Dough) are better bank machines than fathers. Will the allure of this fabulous new world lead Amanda to abandon her mundane old life? Find out by joining Rebecca Eckler on a fun, gossipy tour of the Lucky Sperm Club!