Part 2, Interview with Deborah Markus, The Bitter Homeschooler (Ep 33, 6/28/13)

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Part 2, Interview with Deborah Markus, aka The Bitter Homeschooler, Savvy Homeschool Moms podcast ep #33

In this episode, enjoy part 2 of our interview with Deborah Markus, author of the Bitter Homeschoolers Wish List.

Links in this Episode:

The Bitter Homeschooler’s Wish List

Secular Homeschooling Magazine

The Bitter Homeschoolers Chocolate Cookbook (no longer available)

Don’t Worry! A Guide for Relatives and Friends of Homeschoolers

Deborah Markus, Writer Facebook Page

Secular Homeschooling Magazine Facebook Page

This episode is sponsored by Moving Beyond the Page – homeschool curriculum for hands-on, creative, and gifted learners. Learn more at

5 Responses

  1. Elly Phillips

    Yay, I was just wondering when this episode would be released!

  2. Savvy Homeschool Moms

    Sorry for the delay…I’ve learned not to post when I think it will be out because I always underestimate how much time it’s going to take me. It’s amazing how summer has proven to be busier than the school year at times!

    Beckie and I mention in this episode that we want YOU to help us create some fun upcoming episodes…so please let us know if you’d like to help us out! We want to do short a-day-in-the-life interviews, just like 10-15min, and tie them together to make some episodes to share all the diversity in homeschooling out there. For people learning about homeschooling as well as for those of us in the trenches already to see what else is being done out there and maybe get some ideas. The more people that contact us, the more variety of info we can share! So please let us know if you’d like to help! –Tina

  3. Elly Phillips

    I assumed that summer had got in the way! I did have one question and I’d be interested to hear your experiences, and that’s how has homeschooling changed and evolved for you as your kids are growing up? My son is 5 1/2, so we are just starting out in a very minor way.

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