When Matt DiGeronimo became a father at the age of 45, he began penning letters to his newborn son to ensure his guidance and wisdom would always remain a part of Hunter’s life. Released for the first time as a compilation of fifty letters, Dear Hunter, is both a touching message from father to son and a way to explore the philosophy of living well with those who follow after us.
In Dear Hunter, DiGeronimo holds the hand of his young son and transports him across time for a heartfelt discussion of life’s many complexities. From mental health to courage, finance to love, DiGeronimo approaches each topic with sensitivity, simplicity, and grace. As an older parent, Dear Hunter, is part of DiGeronimo’s family legacy, a gift he shares with readers seeking to discover the wisdom in a father’s love.
Dear Hunter, is perfect for parents who are looking for guidance on how to talk to their children about life lessons and philosophy. With simple language and unassuming humor, DiGeronimo is at once realistic and optimistic in his advice for future generations.
About the book
Reviewers describe Dear Hunter, as “beautifully written” and praise DiGeronimo’s ability to tackle challenging topics with honesty. His personal stories emphasize the importance of knowing yourself, being able to laugh at failure, and persevering, always. Through Hunter’s lifetime and well beyond, DiGeronimo’s powerful, universal messages will remain evergreen. Interested readers can purchase Dear Hunter on Amazon.com.
About the author
Matthew DiGeronimo was raised in Hawthorne, NJ and can be found online at mattdigeronimo.com. He graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a degree in nuclear engineering and obtained his MBA from the University of Connecticut. He currently lives and writes in Oak Park, IL with his wife Caroline, step-daughters Addison and McKenna, his son Hunter, and his two dogs, Ruby and Teddy.
Of all the titles DiGeronimo has ever held—nuclear engineer, United States Navy submarine officer, radio talk show host, political candidate—the most important one of all is simply Dad.