About the Author: Amy Peterson became a stepmother in 1994 after unwittingly falling for a guy with four kids, ages three, five 13 and 15. Since many other stories about stepmotherhood were as uplifting as lead balloons, Amy’s goal was to write a humorous book filled with sound advice. Her four stepkids are all 21 and older, which provides evidence that at least some of her advice is well founded. Amy has been published in numerous magazines and does weekly blog postings about nature, pets and life at amylpeterson.com much of which is light-hearted. She works for the state of Michigan and owns a ghillie suit, which she claims she uses to take nature photos and scare unsuspecting guests. She lives with her husband and a variety of fuzzy animals, all of which provide great material for her next book. http://www.amylpeterson.com/
Amy is a 30-year-old woman with a career path, a balance in her checking, and a list of reasons why not to have children. Mark is an older, divorced guy with four kids, an Army cot for a bed, and enough fishing tackle to sink a small boat. Amy falls for Mark hook, line and hundreds of dollars in sinkers. From Zero to Four Kids in Thirty Seconds is a humorous yet compelling story about becoming an instant stepmother. It is a must read for stepmothers and future stepmothers, and a fun read for any woman who ended up with more fun and trouble than she bargained for.
From Zero to Four Kids in Thirty Seconds is a humorous yet compelling story of a woman who fell hook, line and thousands of dollars in sinkers for a guy with four kids and enough fishing tackle to sink a small boat.
It has 70 tips that are helpful for stepmothers and future stepmothers, and it’s a fun read for any woman who bit off more than she bargained for and gained even more in the end.
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Giveaway Ends May 19th.
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Finally, in honor of this great event, the e-book will be 99 cents until the last day of the tour. (28th April, 2012)
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