I bought this book at Library Con this year. As I mentioned, it’s the author’s account of being a single father for his eight-year-old daughter, chock full of incidents and considerations from dating to juggling work and childcare needs. I related to a lot of incidents in the book, and I related to the humble origin story.
The book kind of falters towards the end, where it moves from parenting topics to more general thoughts, but all in all, not a bad effort.
I’ve got the first in his fantasy series around here somewhere. I’ll have to see how he does at fiction.