A Letter to Evan: An Average Dad's Journey of Discovery and Discernment Through Divorce

A Letter to Evan: An Average Dad's Journey of Discovery and Discernment Through Divorce

by Roy W. Page
5.0 3


$14.40 $14.99 Save 4% Current price is $14.4, Original price is $14.99. You Save 4%.

Temporarily Out of Stock Online

Eligible for FREE SHIPPING


A Letter to Evan: An Average Dad's Journey of Discovery and Discernment Through Divorce by Roy W. Page

Divorce changes everything. It is disorienting, painful and

disruptive. One dad steps forward to illustrate how to rise above

the destruction of divorce, become a better person, and yes,

even a better father to his children. Roy Page exposes his heart in

A Letter to Evan. What began as affirmation and instruction for his

son has become a journey of healing, growth, and inspiration to

men everywhere.

Being a loving, effective parent when you are not a part of your

child’s daily life is challenging whether you are a father who travels

or is divorced. Roy Page shares how he has maintained a presence

in the lives of his children. As a man who enjoys hunting, fishing,

sailing, and woodworking and possesses a deep desire to share

these times of adventure with his son, Roy learns 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.

ROY PAGE is CEO of Third Degree Advertising.

He jets between North Carolina and Oklahoma

to keep his business and family going.

Losing his father to Alzheimer’s disease and

his wife of twenty years set Roy on a path to

reset his priorities, discover the good in people,

and dream of a better future. Laugh, cry, relate,

grow, and heal with Roy in A Letter To Evan.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781935909569
Publisher: Lucid Books
Publication date: 04/28/2013
Pages: 208
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.48(d)

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

A Letter to Evan: An average dad s journey of discovery and discernment through divorce 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
MiamiKel More than 1 year ago
Hat's off to Roy Page!  What a triumphant and brave author, father and inspiration to pen a letter to his son for ALL of us to share.  A Letter to Evan is a poignant and profound journey through a letter written to a son from his father after a heart-breaking divorce.  Through bitterness, resentment and loss grows a beautiful love between a father and son.   A Letter to Evan is beautifully written, faith-filled and inspires us from the core of parenthood to reach inside and take a good look at our relationships with our own children.  After reading this book, as a mom (not a father!)with 4 children of my own, A Letter to Evan is eye opening journey for all of us.  If you're a child of divorce, this book is for you.  If you are a parent with a child(ren) after divorce, I encourage you to pick this book up!  It's invalauable. A copy of this book was provided to me (to review and give my honest opinion) by The B&B Media Group.  The opinion expressed above is my own. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed reading A Letter to Evan. This is something that I can relate to myself, as I am a divorced father of two children.  Once I started reading Roy's story I couldn't put it down until I finished it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A Letter to Evan is the treasure every son (or daughter) wants from his dad! Many can relate to the author's gradual realization that the life he invested decades in building wasn’t the life of his hopes and dreams. The reality of divorce coupled with a new business strategy that required a lot of travel inspired the author to write a letter to Evan. Father to son. Man to man. The pages testified to a father’s love, the importance of family, encouragement in tough times, vision for the future, instructions for maturity, lessons learned and passed on. These folded pages became the outline for this book. A must read for business travelers, military parents or divorced parents who must maintain a reliable connection with their children in spite of not being physically present.