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Giving Thanks for the Gift That Keeps Giving

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A not particularly famous person once said: It takes a village to raise a child, it takes a forest to write a book, and it takes good friends to spread the word. (Hint: that person is me.)

If you have bought, and read my book,  you have already done more than I could reasonably ask.
However, there are three things you can do TODAY, very quickly and easily, that will help me get the word out beyond the Friends & Family network.
  • Leave a review on Amazon. A few sentences are sufficient, and no pressure; you’re writing a recommendation, not a formal review. Goodreads.com is also an important site, and reviews are even easier there (if desired, the book can just be ranked on a 5 star system).
  • Tell a friend! Put a link to my Amazon page on Facebook and recommend it to your people!
  • Let me know if you belong to—or are aware of any—book clubs. I spoke to a local group last week and it was an amazing experience.
Be on the lookout for the memoir’s release on Kindle, coming soon. It will be rolled out with a specially-priced promotion.
I don’t need a special occasion or an entire month to give thanks for all my good fortune: I remain humbled and use my gratitude as inspiration to do more good. Thanks for helping, and for being in my life.
Cheers!
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Please Talk about Me When I’m Gone, which pulled me in from the first page and never let go, is a mosaic love letter from a son to his lost mother, so everyone in the bereavement club should read it. But this memoir is also a thoughtful, compassionate meditation on being alive. I nodded in recognition, dog-eared pages containing lines I loved, felt my eyes well with tears. In the end you should read it for the reason anyone reads good writing: to feel less alone.”

—Jenna Blum, NYT best-selling author of Those Who Save Us and The Stormchasers

May 27, 2015