It’s always hard to know what to do when someone you know is grieving. A card or flowers doesn’t seem like enough. We are doing our first promotion day for my book on Friday, and you can gift my book to a friend that day for free.
My mission for this book is to help people heal from the loss of a loved one, and to be able to love again. Gifting the book, or downloading it yourself on Friday, helps give the book a boost on Amazon’s sales charts, making it more likely to be seen by potential readers.
Please help spread the word. It’s a wonderful gift to send someone who has recently lost a loved one, human or animal, as the lessons about grieving are universal.
Families are reading it together to help deal with a recent or upcoming loss. Right now it’s only available on Amazon for Kindle (and Kindle apps). Even if you don’t have a Kindle, you can read a Kindle book on any computer with their free software.
10% of all sales through May 31 will be donated to the San Diego Humane Society/SPCA.
13 inspirational essays. 13 delicious recipes.
Essays include Mindfulness, Joy, Release, and Play
Recipes include juicer pulp dog biscuits, peanut butter kiss cookies, and Daisy cupcakes
“A lovely, warm, touching tribute to love and loss and dogs.”
Dr. Susan M. Turner
“… to see the circle completed at the end of the book gives hope to anyone who reads it. ”
Suzi Fincham-Gray, DVM
“More than a tribute to a beloved golden retriever, Weaver’s chronicle is a study of relationships–the author’s with her husband, with her animals, with her neighbors, and most importantly, with herself. Anyone who has loved anyone will find joy, empathy, and hope in her account of her life with Buddy.”
“… a must read for pet lovers and a highly recommended read for anyone with a heart.”
“My neighbor just found out her dog has cancer and I am gifting this book to her to help the whole family through the grieving process.”
“Stephanie Weaver’s eloquent essays tell of a life that could have been incomplete, somehow lacking, that was made whole and joyous by the addition of a dog with a golden heart, who never met a stranger and connected her people with friends and neighbors.”
If you are a pet lover, please join the Golden Angels community on Facebook, and share photos and stories of YOUR beloved pets (past or present). Cat lovers welcome!