“Saving Our Sons for Dads”-Update

What’s better than Saving Our Sons-A Parent’s Guide to Preparing Boys for Success?”  It’s writing my second book “Saving Our Sons for Dads-A Fathers Guide to Raising Good Men!” 

It was exactly 2 years ago I was finalizing the first SOS.  I knew back then that it was extremely important that I get to work on the second SOS.  Now here it is almost 2018 and I am happy to say we are on track to launch “Saving Our Sons for Dads” early next year. 

“Saving Our Sons for Dads”

I am excited knowing that soon the book will be available to help dads out there struggling to find their place with their son.  My hope and my intent are that it helps families, especially dad, understand and connect/reconnect with their adolescent son.

I believe once there is a better understanding, our sons will have the ability to mature into the men they’re meant to be.

Before the Industrial Revolution when fathers and sons worked the fields together, or dad took his son with him to the family owned shop, a son would learn exactly what it meant to be a man. Because he was surrounded by men.  Fast forward to today and it’s hard to find that relationship between father and son.  Fathers have abandoned their role with their son, some intentional and many more unintentional.

My new book addresses what men have forgotten; for an adolescent boy his father is the most important person in his life.  He needs the teaching of a healthy male. 

Immediate Help and Hope

Just like the first SOS, the second SOS will also provide immediate help and hope to the reader.  It is packed with all the information I teach in The Quest Project® as well as what I’ve learned in my years of research.  I know what it takes to heal the wound boys and their fathers carry.  My mission is to see adolescent boys get what they need.  I believe “Saving Our Sons for Dads” can change, repair and improve a father-son relationship.

Stay Tuned

Look for more updates and even a sneak peek as we get closer.  Remember to check out my Facebook and Twitter pages for updates too.  Thank you for your continued support!



  1. Denise Wakeman on December 12, 2017 at 5:15 pm

    Exciting news! Do you have a tentative publication date?

    • Clayton Lessor on December 12, 2017 at 5:49 pm

      Thanks Denise! Hoping for a May publication if all goes well!

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