I’ve concluded that the relationship between the father, Jackson Young, and his son, Harlem, allows me to re-create similar breakdowns in the relationship between me and my father, and help me better understand it, to reach a deeper level of peace about it.
I define the relationship I have with my father to be an understanding. It is understood that I love and respect him as my father, and he loves and respects me as a son. That’s about as deep as it has ever been. This is why I decided to explore the father and son theme; it is a proactive exercise for me to reexamine things.
“Daddy,” is 100% fiction, and beyond the emotional aspect has no similarities outside of the father son disconnect.
I hope it assists someone else in their quest for resolution and understanding. If it inspires someone to pursue their own journey, then I’ll feel I have done alright writing this novel,
On a final note, my dad is alive an retired, enjoying his life. I’ll be talking to him soon. ~GD
“Daddy” the forthcoming novel from five-time self-published Author, G D Grace (spring 2013)
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