It’s here.

My newest book, Hey Buddy… Dubious Advice from Dad, is available for purchase, both as a real, live, hold-it-in-your-hands paperback, and as a digital download on the Kindle.

What’s it about? Let’s take a gander at the back cover description:

Every father wants to protect his children from making the same mistakes he made, and comedian Nathan Timmel is no exception.

In his follow-up to It’s OK to Talk to Animals, Nathan shares life’s most important lessons with his toddler son. No topic is off the table as Nathan writes about everything: racism, rape, heartache, selecting (and respecting) a mate, the struggles of being a stand-up comedian, parenting in the age of cellphones, and how not to wish someone “Happy Birthday” on Facebook.

In between the laughter, insights, and cringe-worthy moments, you’ll bear witness to poignant and important lessons for men both little and large.

Well that sounds inherently readable, doesn’t it? I think you should click that big blue button right there and pick up (or download) a copy, now.

You’ve made it to my webpage…

So, you’re here. Now what? Well, from the top menu, you can read my blog, watch videos, check out my books, or browse/share memes. You can also find (and request) me on Pandora and Sirius/XM radio.

Listen to my weekly comedy podcast, Idiots on Parade: The Too Ugly for TV Podcast. (Just remember to minimize the screen and mute the speakers when the boss is coming.)

To book me, ask about my upcoming shows/available dates, or just to say “Hi,” shoot me a message on the Contact page. I promise to say “Hi” back, or answer any question I can. As long as it’s not too difficult, like: “Where do babies come from?”

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Looking for my bio? Check the About Nathan page.

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