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Outnumbered by Daughters-bookcover

By: Peter King

Outnumbered by Daughters

Pages: 64 Ratings:
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The book is an adult fictional novel, based on a young man’s struggle with sadness, tragedy, complicated romances and family life. He attempts to bring up twin girls and an older stepdaughter as a single parent through their middle school years.

He encounters all sorts of problems that readers could relate to in their own personal life, involving mixed emotions and hardship, including his own complicated and failed romances on his journey through this stage of parenthood.

He has to deal with embarrassment and overcome all sorts of new experiences as he tries to understand the problems and needs that young girls have to face as they grow up. 

The girls’ teenage years present him with a completely different set of problems, but he does at least have better success with romance, resulting in a wife, new daughter and stepdaughter finally completing his family.

He has always been interested in writing and decided to take his interest further by writing a book during lockdown from his job at a primary school.

Being a father and a grandfather, this had given him plenty of experiences that he has been able to work into his book.

Prior to working at a school as a Learning Support Assistant he trained as a design draughtsman working on domestic and industrial heating controls.

His main passion is sport, having played badminton and football at county level and table tennis at league level. He’s a keen runner having completed three London marathons and 15 half marathons.

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