“Desperate House Dad reads like real life, but is fiction. It’s a story of a man, Paul Logan, who decides to be a stay-at-home dad, while his wife, Jenny, continues to work and support their family. Through diaper changing, boredom, lack of adult company, doctor visits, and constant ribbing from the male species for being the primary care giver, Paul trudges on to welcome another child. At times Paul’s patience is stretched to the limit. But the unforgettable moments, such as when his youngest son takes his first steps, are what make the entire stay-at-home dad experience worthwhile and satisfying for him. The book is sometimes over the top and, quite frankly, one of the funniest books I've ever read. For those brave men out there who have chosen the path of stay-at-home dad, this is a must read. For those brave women who have trusted their husbands to stay at home with their children, this is must read, too.”
I graduated with from the University of Cincinnati in 1996 and I’ve been working in Information Technology for the past ten years, first as a consultant who traveled around the country writing and teaching computer software classes, and the past few years as a Senior Analyst with Corning, Inc. My passion has always been writing, so after I turned 30 I vowed to return to my passion, and by the time I hit 31 I had completed my first novel Desperate House Dad. I originally self-published Desperate House Dad, but the response was so overwhelming, and the reviews so great, that I sent it to my fantastic publisher Wings ePress, Inc., and signed a deal immediately.
I’m also married to my beautiful wife Shannon and I have three little boys, ages 6, 4, and 10 months. They are my true inspiration, so I’ve dedicated Desperate House Dad to them because of the endless material they give me!