Surviving Loss: The Woodcutter's Tale

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The Woodcutter’s Tale is a tender fairytale for all ages about the process of healing after the death of a child. The afterword, written by a psychotherapist, seeks to help individuals understand the grieving process and return to a life with purpose and meaning. This booklet also includes one mother's story of how she's trying to move forward in a way that will honor the memory of her child. More
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About Lisa Saunders

Lisa Saunders is an award-winning writer and speaker. A graduate of Cornell University, she is the author of 10 books, works as a part-time history interpreter at Mystic Seaport, and holds writing and publishing workshops at New London Adult & Continuing Education. A history lover, Lisa scours out-of-print books and long-forgotten letters to shed new light on historic figures and events. She lives with her husband, Jim, and hound, Doolittle, in Mystic, Connecticut. In 2015, she was instrumental in helping Connecticut become the second state in the U.S. to enact a law combating the leading viral cause of birth defects, congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV).

As a former campus communications writer for the State University of New York at Rockland, Lisa works with clients to help them get their stories known and was awarded the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations Gold Medallion. Contact Lisa directly for author visits to your group, book club, or for help promoting your "story" at LisaSaunders42@gmail.com.

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Review by: Denise Ide on Feb. 21, 2013 :
A great quick read. For such a short book, it sure packs a punch. With honesty and radiance that only Lisa can provide, the reader gets a glimpse into the pain and healing that comes with the loss of a loved one. This book is very informative. I think that the CMV community is very fortunate to have Lisa as an advocate for them.
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Review by: Faye Hollidaye on Feb. 9, 2013 :
A great read! Informative and well-written, this short is well worth the time. I highly recommend for anyone and everyone. A five-star must-read.
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