Author Jaime Buckley creates a UNIQUE PARENTING SITE…
…with fantastic perks for your kids.


Being a parent is tough. Really tough.

That is, it’s tough if you give a damn about your kids.

You deal with sleepless nights, skinned knees, bullying and a wide range of potential health issues in an MSG/GMO/BIG 8 ALLERGEN riddled world…and that’s just for starters. Add to that dealing with an ever-encroaching society and government bombarding your home and the mind of your child at ever turn.

posterityWhen you decide to make even the smallest decisions as the parent, you’re questioned, mocked, scorned, criticized and rarely taken seriously. From hospital to home birth, public school to homeschooling, immunize or religious freedom, even how many children you decide to have seems to be up for debate…while you, the parent, are more often than not…treated like the child!

You may be new to parenting. Perhaps you’re a veteran. Either way, you go unnoticed, unappreciated and unloved as life seems to treat you like a baby treats a diaper.

Sorry, bad metaphor.

The point is, your voice gets swallowed up by the opinionated and nosey chit-chat of the know-it-alls in the room to the extent that it’s like you’ve never said anything at all.

And it’s ticking me off.

Who do these people think they are? Who are they to question your parenting rights, style or priorities? Where are they when the crap hits the fan? Who flips the bills? Who takes responsibility? Accountability? Who feeds, cleans and clothes your child? Who nurses the scrapes, bruises and broken hearts?

You do.

your.legacyThe world (and the web) are overflowing with people wanting to bring you down. To manipulate you, regulate you and destroy any semblance of peace you might etch out for yourself and your family. People who know nothing about you, but expect you to follow their counsel—even if it’s nothing more than emotional vomit.

It’s wrong.

After years of watching from the sidelines, writing about the slow decay of our society and the attacks on the family unit…I’ve decided to do something about it:

I want to teach you everything I know about being a happy, positive, successful parent.

That’s right. I said everything…and I did use the word “successful.”

cesileaBy the time we’re done, you won’t be wondering what to do or how to communicate with your spouse, children or the world. You’ll be a bear, with a sure knowledge of what course your family should take and the strength, conviction and tool sets to get you there.

Hello, my name is Jaime Buckley

The first thing you should know about me is, I’m a creator of worlds, trainer of heroes and a father of 12.

Okay, the first part is only half true, but I’m almost that cool.

No twins, one marriage, one at a time and our last child was born November 3rd, 2014. The age ranges go from infant to married with kids, so yes, I’m a grandfather as well….which means I have quite a bit of experience when it comes to parenting.

The next thing you should know is, I’m passionate about kids. My kids, your kids…everybody’s kids—which is why my profession is entertaining them. fantasy stories and games which have the same appeal as many of the popular series of the day…but with uplifting and empowering themes that we, as parents, want our kids to internalize.

That’s where the name comes from. Wanted Hero is my fictional world, but it’s also a call to parents. We should all BE heroes to our children!

That puts you in a pretty unique spot, being on this website–because I want to help you, and here’s why:

I know what it’s like to be ignored. To not be taken seriously and looked down upon as a parent. To be challenged by the status quo, ridiculed for my choices and what it is to defy the odds and popular opinions of the day and come out on top. I also know how to gain the love, trust, confidence and respect of my children. So let me tell you something parenting sites should be saying a lot louder:

Your family matters. Your children matter. You matter!

Sometimes you need that special friend. To talk to, get a clear perspective from and to use as a sounding board. When things aren’t going so smooth…they also tell you the truth.

buckley.familyI am that friend.

You and me, our families…we’re going to turn this around. Together.

All you have to do is subscribe, and let me teach you what I know. Fill out the form below and I will email you once a week with principles and tips that you can put into practice as soon as you’re done reading.

Oh, and it’s totally free.

Talk to you soon.

Jaime Buckley
Your New Favorite Author

So What’s With All The Fantasy Books & Games?

I’m a fiction writer. I’m a game maker.

My job…is to entertain.

That’s what I do for a living and how I feed my own family.

One book at a time.

asia.claySo if you’re confused about the structure of this site, it’s really very simple: the blog for you, the rest of this website is for your kids.

I write and create the things I want my own children to enjoy. By adding the parenting blog I not only get to help and support you, talking about my favorite subjects in the world—it allows me to show my true colors.

You get to see what kind of a man I am.

If you like me and find value in what I openly offer and share, we will eventually become friends.

(Just admit it, you like me already….)

My intention (and hope) is to provide amazing stories and games to you, a parent who wants the best for their child…and offer special rates to those on my Heroes List.

(another plug for you to sign up, by the way…)

There you go. 100% transparent.

I want to earn your business by earning your trust and confidence as a fellow parent.

Here’s one last plug: 
Readers LOVE my stories. You will too.

"As an avid reader of a lot of different types of books, it takes a lot for me to relate and like a main character. Wendell captured my attention right from the beginning… He strives for a better life yet fails to realize that as a person he's good-hearted enough to be proud of who he is. I felt such a connection with Wendall that I almost feel protective of him. Perhaps a strange feeling, but I'm definitely looking forward to reading the further development of his character in the upcoming books."

− Books That Spark, UK

"I was always a sucker for comedy, but this book had me laughing till me cheeks hurt. Wendell has so many hilarious side comments and thoughts that I couldn't help but want to see how he reacted to everything. Wendell has a way of sucking you into the story and if by the time your done with the first 3 chapters you aren't asking for more, I would be very surprised."

− Leilani Bonnell, USA

"It has been a very long time since I have been deeply moved by a book. And you know you have found a great book when you want to slap the author and give the author a hug at the same time, when you take some of the plot turns personally."

− Nathan Dilts, USA

"The novel gripped me from the first few sentences. I had no doubt that the book would be an interesting one. The method used by the author to bring in his audience before every chapter started was by using an unfamiliar technique. He would create a quote that would relate to the characters or the situation in the chapter. I loved this technique because as a reader it made me think and also it made me relate and think back to the quote while reading."

− Book Reviews, Canada

"This is the kind of story that makes me fall in love with reading all over again. I loved the main character Wendall and his minds inner workings reminds me of me. The true beauty of this book is how vast this universe is, its not just one guy saving the world, but worlds upon worlds. I can't wait to see where Wendall ends up next!"

− Karl Ludwig, USA

"There were a few things about this book that really impressed me. Jaime Buckley’s narration style was one of them. It was very different and full of wicked humors that had me laughing and smiling occasionally. He made Wendell, the MC, seemed truly relatable. Wendell’s struggle with his confidence was realistic and genuine. Every kid, boys and girls, faces the same issue as Wendell’s every day and being an unlikely hero, Wendell chooses not to walk away from challenges but instead faces them like a real, well…‘hero’."

− Vanessa, Malaysia

"There were some times that I had to put it down. The way Buckley writes his descriptions, when it comes to violent encounters--I felt like I was right there. It was almost creepy! I cringed. I looked over my shoulder...
I think I even ducked once."

− Jessica Fatuolelupe, USA