You have a teenage daughter and she’s a great kid. Actually, she’s a great young lady. She excels academically, she’s responsible, and she has almost always made the right decisions when it comes to peer pressure. Additionally, she’s done so well in the sport she’s chosen to pursue and she’s such a good role model, she actually teaches younger kids the sport. In her spare time, she loves to read.
So, when she asks you if it would be all right with you if she read Fifty Shades of Grey, what do you say? (You may recall, I reviewed Fifty Shades of Grey a couple of months back right here: Shades of Grey: Single Father’s Book Club.)
This single father parenting stuff doesn’t get any easier, huh?
I’d love to have your comments, suggestions, and other feedback. In a few weeks, I’ll address some of the best, most helpful, and most entertaining comments. Then I’ll tell you what I actually did when my daughter asked me if she could read Shades, and the reasons I did it!
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Guest Author Bio
Among other things, Matthew S. Field is a father and an entrepreneur. He is also the author of two illustrated books, Father Like A Tree and The Three Pigs, Business School, and Wolfe Hash Stew, and mainstream fiction The Dream Seeker. Matthew S. Field lives with his two daughters and son in Warwick, New York. His latest book is The Single Father’s Guide to Life, Cooking and Baseball.
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