My first book is coming this fall...and it's all about you
My dream is about to come true
My first book is coming this fall...and it's all about you

You are a hero.

You work your tail off every day, put the needs of others ahead of your own, find the highs and fight the lows between each paycheck, do the “other duties as assigned,” put up with the aches and pains and setbacks to make the big sale or deadline or building or deal.

Paparazzi and press don’t mob you at your front door at the end of your day, but your biggest fans do, ready to hug away your cares and heal the hurts inflicted by your daily war with the world.

Your work – with all its challenges, frustrations, and victories – matters.

Your life – with all its stress, complexities, and joy – is precious.

What you do, and who you are, changes the world, one person at a time.

And you are the reason I wrote Heroes, Villains, and Drunk Old Men: A Love Story for Real Life, coming in fall of 2017.


Our culture idolizes the famous, the rich and the successful. What if you were meant to live another story…a better story? That is what Heroes, Villains, and Drunk Old Men will inspire you to do. –Justin Davis // Author, Beyond Ordinary: When a Good Marriage Just Isn’t Good Enough


Filled with my favorite photographs, this book shares the best of everything I’ve learned in the past 25 years about how to bring out the best in people.

It uses humanity’s most potent storytelling model to guide you on your heroic journey at work and home, and avoid becoming the villain in your story.

I’ve packed it with powerful tools and practical advice, including:

  • Embracing the three-word mindset behind every successful relationship,

  • Defeating a crucial psychological blind spot and fight the right fight, for the right reasons,

  • Answering 8 simple questions to keep you on the path of a hero and create more heroes,

  • Beating burnout with the best piece of photography gear you’ve never heard of, and

  • Overcoming the fatal one-word flaw at the heart of every villain.

I’ll also introduce you to an inspiring group of formerly drunk old men who have used these techniques to serve and save their corner of the world…even when all hope seemed lost.

And you’ll meet the one true hero who will make your journey worth every step.


Heroes, Villains, and Drunk Old Men is genuine, moving, funny, challenging, and deep. It’s a beautiful reminder reminder that when we step outside our own egos, and begin to truly listen to others, miracles of connection can occur. –Anne Ryder // Emmy-award winning journalist and member of the Indiana Broadcast Hall of Fame


Want a great deal on Heroes, Villains, and Drunk Old Men: A Love Story for Real Life when it comes out this fall?

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You’ll receive a special VIP discount on all editions of the book: hardcover, softcover, e-book, and audiobook.

As a FREE gift for signing up, you’ll also receive VOICES, the e-book prequel to Heroes.

VOICES is the exclusive behind-the-scenes story about the failure that nearly killed the book and my career…and the unstoppable force who wouldn’t let me give up.

Sign up now, and get ready for Heroes, Villains, and Drunk Old Men: A Love Story for Real Life this fall!


This book will show you how to be the true hero in your life and be a hero to others by paying attention to what really matters. Andy’s combination of movies, stories, and personal observations will help you create more significant moments that matter. –Neen James // Bestselling author of Folding Time and Secrets of Super-Productivity


 (Need the book’s media kit? Click here!)

  • 01
    Leaving Las Vegas

    A photo essay about speaking, Dan Rather, and a barren stretch of desert 40 miles outside of Las Vegas where I go to die for a few hours every chance I get.

  • 02
    A Final Farewell

    My friend died 48 hours after I wrote this story. What he left behind changed my life.

  • 03
    Dead Man Running

    Bryan Moffitt should be dead. You'll never believe what kept him alive.