KESWICK, Va. (PRWEB) December 05, 2022
Daniel Duke, who taught for fifty years and held university positions at Lewis & Clark College, Stanford, and the University of Virginia, has completed his new book “Man Camp”: a captivating tale that follows ten men who embark on a rigorous adventure camp for ten days to discover what it means to be a man today, and the life changing experiences they encounter.
“Society today is obsessed with identity—gender, race, religion, political persuasion, and so on. So what does it mean, in this charged atmosphere, to be a man? That is the question that brought ten men from very different backgrounds to the wilderness of Central Oregon. Ten men: ten days of challenges, each designed to test different dimensions of manhood. Imagine, for instance, that you received instructions to spend the morning doing something that you associate with being a man. One of the ten participants in Man Camp, and the central character, is a recently retired coach of a women’s basketball team. Why he chose to attend Man Camp and what he discovered in the process await the reader,” writes author Daniel Duke.
Published by Page Publishing, Daniel Duke’s moving story dares to tackle the question of what defines manhood, and what the word means for each man who takes a leap of faith to participate in Man Camp. Readers will discover a beautiful tale of growth and courage in the face of society’s pressures to become a man, and the incredible truths that Don comes to know along with the rest of the Man Camp participants.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase
“Man Camp” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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About Page Publishing:
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