Book Signing Event: Frenchtown Bookshop, March 6th

I’m excited to announce I’ll be speaking and signing copies of Rookie Father in March of this year. I invite you to check out Frenchtown Bookshop and event details can be found here. The event is scheduled for March 6th @ 6:00 PM, and on Facebook, I invite you to check out the event announcement and pre-order the... Continue Reading →

Julia Child’s Beef Bourguignon – Splendid Perfection

Without question, this is the single best beef dish I have ever made in my life. You have to hand it to the French. Their culinary contributions are on par with America’s moon landing. The cooking methods they introduced to the world moved the human race forward in a positive direction. I took pleasure last... Continue Reading →

Medium.com Article – 160+ Years Since Fathers Enjoyed so Much Family Time

The Author of Rookie Father shares an article he penned for Medium.com. Medium.com published an article I penned about fatherhood and how dads today have not been around this much since the dawn of the Industrial Era. I invite you to click on the link below or visual to enjoy the story. Cheers and wishing... Continue Reading →

You Only Get 18 Summers with Your Kids

Make every single one of them count. The most ironic thing I’ve witnessed this summer is observing how busy everyone has become over the past six months. The pandemic, which had a chokehold on humanity last summer, has been tamed from the help of vaccines. To make an analogy between then and now, it seems... Continue Reading →

Loved Ones and Intubation—The Consequences of Covid-19

My mother’s experience fighting leukemia resulted in a nine-day period of induced coma and intubation. For those who have grown weary of Covid restrictions and refuse to get vaccinated, this story may provide the proper motivation to do the right thing. If you have never spoken to someone who survived intubation, and yet you're weary... Continue Reading →

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