Keith McDaniel’s Newly Released “Invisible Heroes” is A Captivating Story of the Deep Connection Life-Hardened Adults Have With A Carousel at Columbia Gardens

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“Invisible Heroes” from Christian Faith Publishing author Keith McDaniel is an interesting story on the similarities of his midlife journey and Chuck Kaparich’s road to overcoming the trauma he has had due to unfortunate events during childhood, and the gift of the magical carousel that these two kindred souls have received.

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“Invisible Heroes” is the creation of published author, Keith McDaniel, a professional in marriage and family therapy, specializing in men’s issues, father-and-son relationships, and father loss.

Keith shares the following from his book, “It was not quite time for their dinner reservation. There was still some time to look around. Chuck and Beth strolled along the street in Spokane, savoring the evening’s leisure, wondering where that delightful music was coming from. They followed the music to its source and slowed their steps as they drew within sight of a bright carousel filled with happy children.

As he entered the carousel, Chuck began to cry.

The music and the movement, the laughter and the colors, magically transformed Chuck Kaparich, a life-hardened adult, into Chuck Kaparich, the boy who existed before the hardening began. The whirling animals of color and fantasy returned Chuck to another carousel, the one at Columbia Gardens just outside his boyhood home in Butte, Montana.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Keith McDaniel’s new book merges the similarities of two lives of men to show that midlife is an amazing phase of life that one should give intense attention to.

The carousel full of magic is used by McDaniel as a metaphor that speaks to he and Chuck as they attempt to live life to the fullest in their respective transitions.

View a synopsis of “Invisible Heroes” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Invisible Heroes” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Invisible Heroes”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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