I hope this post finds you well and in good spirits and health.
Before I begin, I’d like to thank those individuals who have continually nudged me to write. Your words and encouragement have compelled me to write this book.
So, this week, I begin research for “Ishmael’s Cry”, a creative non-fiction book that addresses how abusive and absentee fathers in our country adversely impact the relational, vocational and emotional development of young boys. Through a survivor’s personal account (and weaving an old school chum’s story in the book), I hope to adequately argue that most of our society’s family issues – specifically the relational, vocational and emotional development of boys – are directly attributed to abusive and absentee fathers. Further, this book is written for all young boys and men – regardless of age, race/color, nationality, and religion – whose souls have been severely wounded by abusive and absent fathers.
To learn more about his project, click on the following link: http://www.ishmaelscry.com/