Good Dad/Bad Dad
Do's and Don'ts from the Trenches

Men's Issues


Book Signings:
Book Expo America
L.A. Convention Center

Father Figure:

1 in 25 men worldwide is not the biological father of a child they believe is theirs, approx. 4%.
(Mention this statistic to your wife and gauge her reaction very, very closely.)

Father Figure,
Part II:

Total cost of raising a child from birth to age 18: $269,520

Fatherhood Quote

"A truly rich man is one whose children run into his arms when his hands are empty."
-- Unknown

"Best Books Awards 2007"
Winner -- Men's Issues
Finalist -- Parenting/Family

Front Cover

Do: Be the Good Dad.
Don’t: Pass up this book.

Looking for a book on fatherhood that’s crammed with humor and real-world advice from someone who’s been there? Good Dad/​Bad Dad is for you, big guy. It’s the one book that strikes the perfect balance between “Wow, I didn’t know that” and “Man, that’s freakin’ hilarious!”

Clever (and thank goodness) short chapters make the wealth of facts, advice, and encouragement easily digestible to dads who’d rather sit through a Steel Magnolias marathon than read about, say, life insurance. In these pages you’ll find answers to these burning questions and more:

• Is the “5-Second Rule” just a myth?
• How do I perform infant CPR?
• When should I start a college fund?
• How many diapers does a newborn go through in a week? (The answer will stagger you.)
• What’s a Family Disaster Plan?

Good Dad/​Bad Dad entertains and ultimately teaches you how to be the Good Dad. You got kids? Then get this book. You’ll thank me later.

Good Stuff/
Dad Stuff

Share your Bad Dad blunder with other dads. It'll be therapeutic for you. Hilarious for us.
Take a look. Then email me your comments.
Don't: Fund your kids' college education at the expense of funding your own retirement.