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Not By Accident

By Sophie Harper

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Can you imagine becoming a single mother by choice, not by accident? I’ve been chronicling my own journey for six years to tell this story, about making choices and taking action to live the life you want. If you’re a parent, want to be a parent, or just love good storytelling, this podcast is for you.

Customer Reviews

Good podcast, minus the whisper

I like this podcast a lot. Great story telling but I just wish the narration was not in such a whispering, soft tone. We hear the narrator's regular voice when she inserts clips of her talking to her family or in dialogue with other ppl but when she is just narrating the story or giving insight she puts on this very submitting tone.


Sophie's storytelling is so relatable, human, and beautiful all at the same time. I've been listening on my commute during a tough period in my life and this podcast is a bright spot in my day. Sophie's stories remind me of what really matters in life, and to accept the weirdness and impefection and unknowns. Also I find her voice so incredibly calming to listen to!!

Lovely, moving podcast

This is a lovely podcast in journal format that moved me to tears repeatedly. My only critique is, I had a hard time with the quivery quality of the narration voice, which I found pretty distracting. That's clearly not the quality of Sophie's speaking voice, as is clear from the recordings. Instead, the narration voice sounds uncolloquial and overdramatized—like she's close to tears ALL the time.

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