There's a lot of excitement at The Death Dialogues Project. The most fulfilling part of our offerings is hearing from folks about how deeply our content is touching them. Thank you for all of the lovely feedback.
BOOK #1: DEATH AND ITS TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BEAUTIFUL LESSONS: FIELD NOTES FROM THE DEATH DIALOGUES PROJECT
The book is in the hands of our advanced reading team and we've been getting lovely feedback from early readers. The above photo is the gorgeous cover created by artist Felicia Olin.
You can see the listing on Amazon and pre-order the e-book HERE.
I've completed the audio recording of the book and will be listening to it for the final time when it returns from be mastered.
The publication date is 2/22/22.
TINY DEATH STORIES
Our tiny death stories initiative has been very well received. I've been getting lovely feedback from the writers and the readers about how the process and stories have touched them.
We want to hear your tiny death story. This project is a place to share stories from people of all walks of life. Riffing off of the “flash fiction” concept, we post these to our Instagram and Facebook. Your story must be true, personal, and 100 words or less. Send your story, a photo, and how you’d like your name to appear to firstname.lastname@example.org
We reserve the right to choose appropriate stories, edit as needed, and by submitting your story you agree for it to be a part of this project.
This week's guest on The Death Dialogues Project Podcast had submitted a tiny death story. You can find these on our Instagram and Facebook pages.
In our current newsletter you can read that and listen to our most recent podcast at the quick link. You can access that newsletter at HERE. Do sign up if you'd like to get these updates in your email inbox.
The most helpful thing you can do for us is point folks towards our project. This has been an organic grassroots project and we've never asked for any financial support. It's been our family's tithe of energy and money, if you will. That said, I truly hope the sales of the books will be substantial enough to help fund this project as we move forward. More than anything, I just want to see offerings land with the right people at the time they need it. Receiving feedback from folks who say they've been forever changed by this work is the fuel that keeps us rolling.
Please, if you could take a moment to share our project with an organization or individual you feel would appreciate the content, that would mean the world to us. (((Thank you.)))