A Letter to Evan: An average dad’s journey from reflection to renewal


Every dad is important to his children. Traveling dads, deployed dads, divorced dads and even present dads who just don’t know how to reach beyond their kids’ headphones, social calendars or closed bedroom doors. One dad steps forward to illustrate how to rise above the destruction of divorce, the distance of travel and the coolness of teenagers to intentionally lead, inspire and connect with his children. Roy Page exposes his heart in A Letter to Evan. A letter that began as affirmation and instruction for his son has become an inspiration to men everywhere.

Being a loving, effective parent is challenging for all dads. Travel along with Roy as he shares how he has maintained a presence in the lives of his children; sometimes entering their world and other times inviting them into his world. As a man who enjoys hunting, fishing, sailing and woodworking, he possesses a deep desire to share these times of adventure with his son, Evan. Roy learns how to navigate his extensive travel schedule along with Evan’s hectic baseball schedule to find a way to connect. Even if it means writing a letter.

Project Details

Author: Roy Page with Sarah Horton
Category: Family & Relationships
Publisher: McKinley Browne Publishing
Printed: 208-pages

Skills: Writing, editing, digital book design-development, distribution, publicity and social media.

This book is available in both print and digital formats through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple iBooks or for special order at any local book store.

Print Edition

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e-Book Edition

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