The Diary of an Expectant, Hapless & Inexperienced Father: Pregnancy - Nine Months

  • by Pete Sortwell
  • Narrated by Will M Watt
  • 8 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

All three Diary books featuring Graham Peterson.
The Diary of an Expectant, Hapless & Inexperienced Father
Not only is Graham Peterson unlucky in his choice of careers, he's also been terrible with women throughout his adult life. That changes when he meets Alison on a work night out. Unfortunately for Graham, however, things change so drastically that within a month of dating Alison, he gets the news that he's about to become a father for the first time.
The Diary of an Expectant, Hapless & Inexperienced Father charts the months leading up to what should be the happiest day of a young couple's life, but with a relationship so new and a career so bad, can Graham keep everything together for the sake of his unborn child?
With all the pitfalls and worries of an expectant father charted, this book is for all those who have been through pregnancy or just want to know how a man deals with all these things internally.
Expectant Father is the first in a series of diaries by Graham Peterson, who sometimes thinks he's writing to an alien warlord from the future. The next in the series, The Diary of a Hapless Father: Months 0-3, charts those first three terrifying months of parenthood.
The Diary of a Hapless Father: Months 0-3
Not only is Graham Peterson unlucky in his choice of careers, he's also been terrible with women throughout his adult life. That changed when he met Alison, but within a month of meeting, he got the news that he was about to become a father for the first time.
The Diary of a Hapless Father charts those first three terrifying months of parenthood. With all the angst and fear of a new father, Graham needs to pull his socks up if he's going to become the father he always dreamed he would be.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-15-2015
  • Publisher: Pete Sortwell