Reviews of Not Invisible: A Memoir

It's been a few months since my book, Not Invisible: A Memoir came out, and I am so happy to say that the feedback is good! Yes, the book reviews are in!

I'll share with you excerpts from reviews that a few bloggers shared with their readers. This really makes me so happy!


"First, it is well-written. It is like the writer is just talking to you and telling you her story from the heart. The language is real, the words are vivid. Second, it resonates. To me, being a mom of boys as well, a wife, and a daughter myself. I am sure it will strike a chord in anyone who reads this, too. I think dads can relate to her stories, too."
Meikah Delid of Word Play at Midlife

"Frances, through her book, gives you a picture of her life, which, in turn, makes you look back on your own journey. She un-romanticizes notions on motherhood and marriage, sharing imperfect days while teaching the readers to embrace these imperfect moments and factor them into personal growth."
May de Jesus-Palacpac of Fully Housewifed

"In each chapter, Frances let us take a sneak peek into her life as a mom of 3 boys. From how she fell in love to the moments she feels most vulnerable... She unravels [her stories] with grace and quirkiness that makes you feel you have a friend beside you. Reading her memoir made me feel that I am not alone with my feelings. That I am not invisible."
Kaycee Liwanag of The Macho Mom

"What I loved about the book was the authenticity and the realness of her stories. I know Frances and I could hear her talking to me as I read her book. Frances writes everything in such a charming, no holds barred way, which I truly just love. You can count on her to tell it as it is. She just has this unique way of pouring herself out and using words that really move you."
Ginger Arboleda of Mommy Ginger

"Reading this book is like... a conversation over warm drinks and delicious snacks. It's lighthearted and yet somehow poignant. The stories, 'chapters', and wisdom come in bite-size nuggets. Easily digestible. Perfect for new mothers whose time is erratic and cut into irregular shapes... Good for the working woman. Favorable for the loving wife."
Cym Marzan of Cymplified

"Not Invisible is a good book to read for moms like me and for single ladies out there. This book is as real as it can get if you want to know what it’s like to be a mother, daughter, sister, and wife during these times. It was well written and ang dami nating pwede matutunan."
Fleur Sombrero of Mommy Fleur

"This book is short, albeit packed with meat... It dishes out lesson after lesson on the dynamics of relationships as an individual, spouse, and parent. You will have something to take home if you are currently in a relationship and pondering marriage. If you are currently married with children (or considering children) it brings to light the many doors of generosity and love that can be opened in the little home of your heart. Most importantly, this book is not just for women. As a man, I am grateful to my kumare for the straight talk on what women want and more importantly how they see their place in a relationship. It is not something often written down."
Jayvee Fernandez of A Bugged Life

Thank you all so much for your kind reviews of my book! God bless you!

Not Invisible: A Memoir by Frances Amper Sales is available from Ukiyoto Philippines and The Not Invisible Experience Kit on Shopee for PHP 500


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