Books tagged: death of child

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What to Say to Someone Who's Dying
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 11,580. Language: English. Published: September 14, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Literary
In this slender volume, Chanel Earl explores the many faces of grief, the grief of children, parents, those set to die, and those left behind. This debut collection of tightly written prose weaves together themes of loss and family as well as the hope peculiar to youth. These stories of acceptance and resolve ask questions about love and the beauty of life.
Mark N. Greene, My James Dean
Price: $6.95 USD. Words: 10. Language: English. Published: October 27, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
A mother never believes she will precede her child in death. It is one of life's most painful experiences. Silvia Petretti takes a brave step to go beyond her own pain to recount the painful memories of her youngest son who she lost to suicide via drug overdose. You hear the story in both Silvia’s and Mark’s words through Mark’s journal. Hopefully, Silvia’s experience will help others.
Milk and Oranges
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 24,730. Language: English. Published: November 19, 2011 by Central Park Communications, Inc.. Categories: Essay » Literature, Fiction » Women's fiction » General
Milk and Oranges is a collection of short fiction and essays examining life, love, and the tragedy and comedy of the human condition by award-winning writer Charlene Wexler. Whether she is tackling fiction or essays, Wexler writes from the heart. With a keen eye for detail and a way of looking at the world a bit sideways, her writings in Milk and Oranges will entertain while they make you think.
Horncastle's Suitcase
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 106,510. Language: English. Published: April 24, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Other biographies, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Addiction and recovery
My life growing up on the West Coast NZ in a poor farming family of 12. A quick paced read that takes you into my personal life- my alcoholic father, making do out of nothing, finding wealth in business, losing a daughter to cancer, attempted suicide, depression, alcoholism, and coming back out the other side to an amazing family and supportive friends. Still here and I want to make a difference.
Joseph--My Son, My Guide
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 18,190. Language: English. Published: September 7, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration, Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Body, mind, & spirit
Decades after delivering a baby boy, Joseph, who lived only three minutes, Kathryn Davi-Cardinale began receiving communications from her son, through what the author calls "inner dictation." She began documenting the messages as she received them over the course of many years. Her son urged her to share his words with everyone.
When Bluebirds Fly: Losing a Child, Living with Hope
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 102,450. Language: English. Published: November 5, 2012 by Henschel Haus Publishing, Inc.. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Death, Grief, Bereavement, Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
The Devenys seemed like a perfect family,living on Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota. On July 13th, 1991, they found out that tragedies don't only happen to other people. When Billy, a mischievous eighteen-month-old, slid open the door and ran out of the house, the family's destiny was changed forever. Shared from both parents' perspective, this book offers hope after the death of a child.
You Can't Keep It In...Nana Knows about Life and Death
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 4,710. Language: English. Published: December 15, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Readers / Chapter Books, Fiction » Inspirational
How do we address the subject of death without frightening children? "You Can’t Keep it In" is written from a child’s perspective as she interacts with her adoring grandmother. Nana is a belching, dancing eccentric who answers scary questions with enlightenment and comfort. Nana assures young readers that although one’s body is no longer here, their spirit cannot be contained. Love is eternal.
I'll be the Brightest Star
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 55,260. Language: English. Published: August 11, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Spiritual inspiration, Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Body, mind, & spirit
It was three days after having had a strange dream that her daughter's body is discovered. Immediately following this news, messages are sent to her and to others via dreams and psychic events. They begin to realize that her daughter is sending clues about her whereabouts from the afterlife. Searching for a way to communicate back she sets off on journey than moves into a realm that is taboo.
The Hardest Thing in the World
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 85,730. Language: English. Published: November 13, 2013 by Second Wind Publishing, LLC. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Sexy, smart-mouthed Melody Sawyer is an underachiever, a home health care nurse with good intentions and a chip on her shoulder. Her troubled daughter Renee recently dropped dead at age 24, but Renee's ghost keeps popping in on the family. And Melody has no clue about her married daughter, Kayla--who since age 16 has been deep in a clandestine affair with pro baseball player Baron Lee Presley.
Oberon's Page
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 118,800. Language: English. Published: April 10, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
Oberon’s Page is the story of a man who never wanted to be a hero or an outlaw. Chris Richman likes to lie low and blend in. He has a tendency to wear masks—schoolteacher, husband, father. He has led a conventional, respectable life, but Chris Richman isn’t who he pretends to be, and when he meets a beautiful young man named Ethan, he discovers that his heart is still capable of longing.