Our book will be available on Amazon.com: July 15th

Posted by on Jul 3, 2015 in Blog, Book, Grieving

Our book will pre launch on July 15th from Amazon.com

Our book will pre launch on July 15th from Amazon.com

Update to the post below: Our book, “I Didn’t Know What to Say” will be available in a pre launch stage from Amazon.com on July 15th. We are offering it for .99 cents! Click here or on the image below to get your copy.

We’ve been getting some great reviews from those who are getting a chance to read it before it is released.

David Knapp hits a nerve with his book, “I didn’t know what to say.” Whether you’ve been there or not, the loss of a loved one is never easy, whether it is a lengthy process or a shocking event (I’ve had the dubious perception that if death was anticipated, then the loss was not nearly as devastating). David takes a candid and vulnerable walk through all the dynamics of grief and loss. He speaks from an uneasy vantage point, when it comes to the death of loved ones. His personal journey is one that we all can learn from. Sadly, grief can be experienced with the loss of pets, job loss, and divorce as well. In each situation, we need to know what to say, as well as what not to say. David’s book will give all of us fresh insight in dealing with our own mortality and the mortality of others.

STEVE Vandegriff, Ed.D. ’12
Professor, Christian Leadership and Church Ministries; LIBERTY UNIVERSITY, Lynchburg, Va

Currently in the writing stages, our book, “I Didn’t Know What to Say” is in the writing stages.

This book is a compilation of life experiences David has faced to get where he is today. He skillfully communicates to us the words to use to truly give comfort to those suffering from grief.

We are so excited with its progress and hope you will opt in to our email campaign where we will keep you informed of the launch date. We will also supply you excerpts from the book chapter.

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