A Kids Diary

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At 9 years of age, Phil J decides to write down a list of 13 New Year’s resolutions he must adhere to.
Resolution No 13 becomes a massive struggle for Phil, he’s ready to quit, however if he doesn’t act upon his promise now, thousands of kids like him will remain trapped in the dawn of a new reality. Unhappy children will linger mesmerized by a hypothetically progressive society of ego friendly inhabitants that somewhere down the line got the notions of “equal rights” and “progressive democracy” all mixed up.

The KID’S Diary is a diary of events, situations ,experiences and personal opinions in a funny and satirical way as they unfold behind closed doors in a “wanna be” normal household were two dads try to play the role of dad, mum, brother, sister and councillor for their little adoptee: Phil.

Will Dad A and Dad B manage?

Will young Phil accept happily the transformation of his so much dreamed about beautiful, nice smelling, soft spoken, smooth skinned mother into a six ten foot fellow, with a thick hairy chest, 20 stone, burping and nose picking Dad B?

This is a massively thought provoking single that mustn’t be missed. It showcases a raw unpolished writing talent of a youngster who dares to take the discussion of a dangerously sensitive subject to a new level.

Available on Amazon Kindle, apple's ibookstore and nook.

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A Kids Diary

Submitted: February 16, 2013

At 9 years of age, Phil J decides to write down a list of 13 New Year’s resolutions he must adhere to.
Resolution No 13 becomes a massive struggle for Phil, he’s ready to quit, however if he doesn’t act upon his promise now, thousands of kids like him will remain trapped in the dawn of a new reality. Unhappy children will linger mesmerized by a hypothetically progressive society of ego friendly inhabitants that somewhere down the line got the notions of “equal rights” and “progressive democracy” all mixed up.

The KID’S Diary is a diary of events, situations ,experiences and personal opinions in a funny and satirical way as they unfold behind closed doors in a “wanna be” normal household were two dads try to play the role of dad, mum, brother, sister and councillor for their little adoptee: Phil.

Will Dad A and Dad B manage?

Will young Phil accept happily the transformation of his so much dreamed about beautiful, nice smelling, soft spoken, smooth skinned mother into a six ten foot fellow, with a thick hairy chest, 20 stone, burping and nose picking Dad B?

This is a massively thought provoking single that mustn’t be missed. It showcases a raw unpolished writing talent of a youngster who dares to take the discussion of a dangerously sensitive subject to a new level.

Available on Amazon Kindle, apple's ibookstore and nook.
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