Dad and Superhero

This is the time of year when many people show appreciation for their dad on a special day. Although it’s been over 30 years since my dad passed away, thoughts of him and what he meant to me stay with me year-round.

Superhero title graphicI have many great memories of my time with dad, but the most poignant ones are of the scary times when I needed reassurance. At those moments, my dad was my true hero. Whenever I was frightened or in over my head for any reason, I knew that I could call on my dad and he would be there for me.

“With this story, [children] will realize that anyone can be a hero, not just men in capes. By helping someone in need, you become a hero.”
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dadme2I wrote Superhero in remembrance of my dad. He was always my superhero. In this book I pay tribute to my love for him, and hope to remind all parents that taking the time to reassure your children through their fears and insecurities will create a bond with them that lasts their whole lives.

So if you know a boy whose dad is his hero—or a girl who thinks the world of her dad—check out my book Superhero and share it with them.

Both books are available from either Amazon or

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  1. Reblogged this on Meet Birthmom, Caroline K. Dixon, Author of Providence For A First Mom and commented:
    Meet my friend, Don Winn. What a beautiful legacy! Remember to love up those babies, big and small. It leaves a lifetime impression.

  2. I love it! I reblogged so all of my people will see it!

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