CHICAGO, IL (June 16, 2020) – A new and upcoming author’s journey is changing the game for those who dread Father’s Day because daddy wasn’t home. Matthew Eaglin-Daniels’s newest book, “Dear Rose: Letters To My Grandmother,” sheds light on his story on recovering from the hurt his father transcended to him via his father’s father and the inner restoration he’s journeyed through, even though his relationship with his father has not been restored just yet. He’s discovered his purpose as a result of his healing and hopes to lead others and help them navigate through their own journey to, ultimately, restore their relationship with their father. More than 19.7-million children 18 years and younger in the U.S. live in a single mother home or more than...
1-in-4 per household, and there are countless others in the preceding generations –not to mention that the Census can’t count if daddy was home but not present.
In Dear Rose, Matthew Eaglin-Daniels invites his readers into the faith-driven, redemptive revelation he’s received about what a true father is and how to process the pain deep within from the lack thereof. He writes different letters to his paternal grandmother, Rose Daniels, because he believes she would’ve been the only person to police the relationship he and she both wanted for her son and all of his children. He provides the blueprint he was given, through his devotion with God, to help transform the reader’s perspective and forgive.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
“The fact that as a man, Matthew has made himself vulnerable by opening up the most painful parts of his life to the world. So many people are going to read about how he finally achieved triumph from his childhood tribulations.” Daijah Spiller
“Awesome Read! Your book will provide healing for many who not only had issues related to yours but people who want to learn how to heal and move forward.” Kareem Rogers
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Matthew Eaglin-Daniels, 24, is an American entrepreneur, author, and success coach. He is a graduate of The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he studied broadcast journalism. He is a fanatic for self-improvement and a higher understanding. His unique encounters and experiences tied with his age gives him a very relatable edge for youth and adults alike. He’s served his community alongside his mother, veteran network news producer Marsha Eaglin, on the south side of Chicago for the past 15-years as she has dedicated her life’s work to youth and their families through IMPACT Family Center. He’s seen how the absence of a father can severely deter youth from tapping into their full potential and purpose.