Wednesday, 22 October 2008

Tim McGraw writes children's book

It seems we have another celeb, muscling in on the writing world.

Country singing star Tim McGraw has discovered the difficulties that come with being a dad to little girls, thanks to daughters Gracie Katherine, 11, Maggie Elizabeth, 10, and Audrey Caroline, 6.

Based on his experiences of trying to make his children happy, Tim has co-written a new children's book entitled My Little Girl, released today in stores. The book follows a child named Katie and her father as they spend the day together doing nothing special, but at the same time enjoying quality time with one another.

There you are. I don’t blame him one bit. The gripe I have is the certainty that his book will be a success, whilst writers, with good credentials and years of experience struggle to make a dime. It hardly seems fair.


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