Shlok’s Dad – Book Tour and Giveaway

Shlok’s Dad
A Father’s Perspective of Parenthood
by Vivek Sharma
Genre: Parenting, Fatherhood
What’s the difference between motherhood and fatherhood?
 
Motherhood is like learning to drive a car. You start tentatively. Once you get the hang of all gears or buttons, it is all about judgement, or mother’s instinct.
Fatherhood, on the other hand, is like sitting on a new roller coaster for the first time. You just sit, holding white-knuckle tight. The ride takes you around turns, bends and loops. All you can do is look around to see if something has fallen, or try to avoid the vomit being hurled all around you.
Buckle up and join me as I relate to you my ups and downs, emotional and fun moments; all experienced on the roller coaster ride called parenting.
This book is a light read to reassure new parents, nudge wannabe or unsure parents; and for fellow parents to smile over similar experiences of seeing their own offspring grow (puke, stumble, stub toes) and reminisce over losing stuff, sleep, hair, teeth and shit.
Beware: I have learnt all I know about being a father from my son, Shlok!
 
 
**Get it FREE Mar 29th-31st!!**
Vivek Sharma is a B.Sc. in Physics, and holds an MBA in Finance, but recalls nothing in detail about both subjects. He distinctly remembers cutting classes and reading books or composing poetry, when not whiling away time humming Bollywood songs.
He claims to be climbing the rungs of the corporate ladder, as an international Banker, but has been struggling to learn the ropes of parenting since October 2009.
His designation, since then, has been – Shlok’s Dad. With the onset of COVID-19, his wife has conferred upon him the additional title of Shlok’s Mom (part-time).
 
 
Follow the tour HERE for special content and a giveaway!
 
$25 Amazon

3 thoughts on “Shlok’s Dad – Book Tour and Giveaway

  1. Vivek Sharma is a new author to me, but I look forward to reading this. I always love meeting new authors. I bet this is just a cute, fun book to read. Thanks to this blog for the introduction.

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