Thursday, October 28, 2021

Living with Ghosts Watch Party


Ya’ll know how magical and healing I’ve seen stories of folks connecting with their deceased loved ones can be, right? (you’ll read stories surrounding this in both my upcoming books)

Yesterday I had a loooong zoom chat with the creator, director, producer of the film LIVING WITH GHOSTS— Stephen Berkley. He was such a kind man and loves our project and its mission. 

This movie is currently taking the festival circuit by storm and cannot yet be released publicly. We were given the honor of having a watch party. 

This documentary is based on the first scientific study done on after death communication. 

I’m so thrilled that we can watch it here first. For less than the price of a cinema ticket you will get to view this groundbreaking and award winning film. It will be available from Oct 30 (NZ) x10 days. 

You may also know how much I love supporting others’ good work— our watching will support bringing this movie to PBS in the future. How’s that for the gift that keeps on giving?

I know that this time of the year can feel wonky for some people after they’ve experienced death. I also know that for some of you it brings on more significance and a huge honoring. Consider this an offering that builds a bridge between those two extremes. 

You can access the movie at THIS LINK.

Tuesday, October 26, 2021

say hello to our tiny death stories


We are introducing a new offering at The Death Dialogues Project.

One night I was awakened with the thought, we need to post tiny death stories on our account. 

Flash fiction and other tiny writing has been around for years. Having written it myself, I knew that it was an exercise of one having to really sit with the story and whittle it to its core, something I believe can have therapeutic value. We have heard from our storytellers and our tiny story writers how helpful the process is.

But the reader? Think of all the mindless scrolling that can occur on social media. Many people in the throes of end of life, death and grief are also mindlessly scrolling if they have the time and space. What I've heard repeatedly is that they just want to hear that others have survived similar terrain. 

Enter: the tiny story. Very fast, moving, poignant reads. 

You can find the ones we've already published on our Instagram and Facebook accounts. There is a steady stream of submissions flowing in.

If you'd like to submit or know someone who would, here is what we need:

No more than 100 words of your true and personal story. .

A photo to accompany your story.

How you'd like your name. You are welcome to be anonymous.

Send these to

All things good,


Friday, October 15, 2021

Staying Connected

I am endeavoring to send out a newsletter with each podcast episode release. 

If you'd like to be able to stay in that loop, please sign up HERE where you will also see links to the recent newsletter.

We have another one coming out very soon that that will speak to a new spoke in the wheel of this project.

Thank you for your ongoing support!