by Stacey Roberts
There’s something distinctly American about Stacey Robert’s story; the open road and self-discovery along the way; a single mother with two kids, and several husbands, all unique in their ability to bring laughter at the expense of the author. I laughed out loud and cringed at moments. It could have been his mother’s cooking (flush with red onions); or even an electrified trailer (how is it possible?); but I connected strongly with the themes from this book as a middle-child who struggled finding my identity. From the cover to the afterword Trailer Trash with a Girl’s Name hits every mark, and leaves you wanting more. Highly recommended.