Thomas Sullivan’s New ‘Dad’s House’ is a Heartfelt Story of How Homelessness Has Affected Many Women’s Lives

“Daddy’s House”: a moving short story that packs an emotional punch. “Dad’s House” is the creation of published author Thomas Sullivan, a loving husband and Florida resident with a background in mental health and addiction.

Sullivan shares, “Our homeless population presents an opportunity and a challenge for faith groups, nonprofits, and government to develop programs to help people transition into safe and affordable housing. While the majority of homeless people are men, women are the most vulnerable living on the streets. Housing appears to be the primary need, as once people have secure housing, services can be provided and resources used to help them become self-sufficient. Papa’s House, though fictional, features several characters struggling with street life. Although their backgrounds have similarities, each is unique.

“In Papa’s House, the reader will meet these women and may even identify with them in some way. Most homeless people do not want to be homeless and, given the opportunity and compassion, they will succeed in developing their independence. The author hopes the book will inspire and motivate readers to take action and help change someone’s life forever!

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Thomas Sullivan’s new book draws on real-life experience to tell a deeply moving story that will resonate with many.

Sullivan shares the hope of raising awareness of the very real dangers facing those who currently have no place to call home.

Consumers can purchase “Papa’s House” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes Store, or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or inquiries about “Papa’s House,” contact Christian Faith Publishing’s media department at 866-554-0919.

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