Things were looking up for Graham Peterson in both his career and his love life at the end of the last book, The Diary of a Hapless Father: Months 0-3, but things were never going to stay sweet in Graham's garden for long. With his proposal to Alison refused and at risk of losing his new job before he even starts, 2013 isn't off to a good start at all. One of the only things keeping poor old Graham going is knowing that the first three terrifying months of his son Charlie's life are behind him.
Over the course of six months, in The Diary of an Inexperienced Father, Graham realises just how inexperienced he is not only at being a father, but also in his other relationships and outlook on life.
The only question is, can Graham get his life on track before Charlie is old enough to form an opinion of his dad?
Diary is a laugh out loud, snort, giggling, crying listen. I'm talking about me, not the baby. ツ
A simply wonderful listen from the perspective of a brand-new dad trying to figure out life with this new creature as well as the woman who gave birth to him. ツ
William/Will M. Watt has the perfect voice and gives the most believable performance I've ever heard. ツ
Excellent all around! Kudos to Pete Sortwell. Excellent topic with laugh out loud as well as sentimental moments. Please continue to write these. ツ
Notes: a few cuss words, but that is to be expected, right? ツ
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