Your father.

Did he love you enough? Did you feel safe with him?

Do you think of him and long for something more?

Did your relationship with him leave you feeling abandoned, used or unlovable? Has that heartbreak left you with bitterness, low self-esteem, and shame?

Sundi Jo knows this pain. She journaled her way through the childhood wounds that left her with a fortress around her heart and her life on the edge of ruin. With each entry, you can hear God’s pursuit of her. You can feel her need of Him and the struggle to trust Him. Turn the pages and find yourself nodding in agreement with her questions, her fear, “Am I beautiful? Am I lovable? Is something wrong with me?”

Dear Dad, Did You Know I Was a Princess? is a memoir of gritty redemption written in love to the dad who missed the chance to really see his daughter.

Don’t miss this incredible eye-witness account of God as Father to the fatherless. See His power to overcome what would otherwise destroy a young and innocent heart, even your heart.

Sundi Jo holds nothing back. I admire her straightforward, straight to the heart approach to life, ministry and this book. Dear Dad gives hope to the lost. If you have ever struggled with your identity, read this book. You will be greatly encouraged in your walk with Christ. – Ted Cunningham, author of Trophy Child

The Book’s Layout

Dear Dad is uniquely written without chapters. The book has been transformed from journal entries into letters that will keep you coming back for more. Each journal entry is dated, so you can put the book down after a date break, if you wish.

About the Author

Sundi Jo’s collection of letters to her father is an intensely intimate glimpse into her heart; a heart that dramatically changes throughout the journal writing. Her outpouring of raw emotion lends a uniquely compelling authenticity to her story. – Mary Beth Carlson, performing and recording artist, author and inspirational speaker

Sundi Jo is an author, speaker, and small business owner, making her home in Branson, Missouri. 

She’s been in love with writing since she could hold a pen, but it wasn’t until her sixth grade teacher “forced” her to write a poetry book that Sundi Jo knew she would be a writer.

She blogs at sundijo.com on life, faith, and health. She believes you can’t live life without laughter, and that Dolly Parton is the greatest singer ever.

You’ll find her engulfed in the social media world, spending time with friends and family, hanging out in flip fops, or dreaming of being a “Chopped” chef.