James Kirkwood, a retired Army colonel who served for 29 years then established his own IT consulting firm and currently works on his tree farm in Texas has two children and five grandchildren and an MBA, has completed his new book “When Fathers Don’t Hug”: a motivating and intimate memoir about James’ life with his father growing up and how his life has been shaped by his father.
James writes, “The place was perfect for learning to shoot and track game, learning what you could eat and what not to eat in the woods and how to find it, fishing (with a pole and without a pole), hunting with and without a gun, building a shelter, and just having the freedom of ninety acres all to myself. My first gun was a BB gun. I did a lot of shooting at cardboard targets in the backyard. Daddy gave me his Springfield single shot .22 rifle when I was nine years old; this was a year before my mother knew I was shooting a real gun and she thought I was too young then.
“From about eight years old until I was twelve, Daddy and cousin Tom would teach me the Indian skills they had learned from those old Indians in the family. Cousin Tom did not have any children, although he had been married several times and Daddy and he were like brothers, so they both taught me.”
Published by Page Publishing, James Kirkwood’s personal tale reveals how important a relationship with one’s father is in life.
This memoir is an interactive book that gives readers lessons at the end of each chapter. The purpose is to show how to build a better relationship with one’s father by portraying and seeing what it is like to have an influential father. Readers will follow along James’ memoirs about his father and hopefully build a stronger connection to their own father, whether he hugs or not.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “When Fathers Don’t hug” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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