Singer From Mercy River Writes A Book.

Soni Muller, a member of the group Mercy River has partnered with her husband Treion Muller to write Mom Rules: Because Even Superheroes Need Help Sometimes.

Soni and Trieon will be signing books at their book launch party Friday, March 14th 2013. The Mullers will be hosting their launch at the City Creek Deseret Book from 6 ““ 8 p.m. Soni and Treionwill be donating a portion of the proceeds of their book to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.


Mom Rulesis here to help mothers worldwide accept their true identities and channel their “Supermom.” This quick go-to guide of 82 essential rules will help mothers know what to expect, what to say, and what to do in those difficult moments when they are their wits’ end.

tour_poster_v1.0.1 (2)“All 82 rules in the book represent years of experiences, study, and mistakes””some from personal experience; some from observing other Moms; some from the review of books, blogs, and articles; and some from actually asking other matriarchs how on earth they did it,” says Treion Muller.Mom Rules_2x3

“Our greatest hope with this book is that it will not only motivate mothers to accept their superpowers but also inspire them to be better mothers and enhance the quality of relationships that they have with their children.” said Soni Muller.

You can order a copy today at Books And Things, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Deseret Book.

About the Authors:

Treion Muller moved to the United States from South Africa in 1995 to complete his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in adult learning. He is FranklinCovey’s Chief eLearning Architect, a business book author, a national presenter, and a social media and online learning expert. Treion has also coauthored two business books, The Learning Explosion and The Webinar Manifesto. He and his wife, Soni, have five children.

Soni Muller loves the simple life. Whether enjoying the serenity of the outdoors, the exquisite tastes of different cuisine, or spending time with her family. Her greatest joy in life comes from being a wife and mother.