Book Review: A Father's Love by Daryle Hawkins
categories: Book, Family, Self Help, Appreciation, Caring, Giving, Child, Spouse, Mother, Father, Sharing, Ideal, Love
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Daryle Hawkins about this book: This is a True work of Art... I was inspired to write this based on the life I lived growing up in a home where I was shown no love by my father... Everyone is a potential reader for this book, as we can all improve our relationships with our loved ones and find ways of better expressing the ideal feelings that should be bestowed upon each and every one of us... This book took about 3 weeks of intense submersion into my inner deep emotions, and was very taxing to my spirit... The title was Easy, because it's states exactly what I am attempting to impress on the World... I chose the cover based on the extreme visual that it provides and how it shows a manly tenderness... The hardest part of writing this book was keeping my emotions from taking over long enough to focus on putting the words on the paper... It was quite difficult to continue writing with tears streaming down my face...
From the very beginning you will be Drawn in on Heart Strings, and Transported Emotionally to a place where you will be Forced into a Submersion of what Ideal and Unconditional Love Should Sound like... We all know how difficult it can be to Fully Express Deep Emotion... This work will Inspire a Desire to Perpetuate Compassion and Sincerity... A Father's Love is something that Every household needs. Whether the family is Whole it Broken, it will lend toward Better Expression and Communication that will Strengthen A Families Bond... This work will Not disappoint the Reader, but it will Bring out Many Emotions, so be Ready for an Emotional Rollercoaster Ride... Good Luck and Enjoy, A Father's Love...
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What I think about "A Father's Love"
I absolutely loved the book. It was very moving, and I feel that this book should be in every home. It can only help bring families together. There are people in this world that don't have a clue of how to show emotion, and reading this will surly open their eyes, and teach them how to express themselves, and love more. [by Joy LaShawn]