Tuesday, July 24, 2007

The bereavement book that I never finish writing

Not long after the death of my son, I was very determined to write a bereavement book for other parents. So oftentimes, they do not know who to turn to and what to do. There is a guide for us and we were all groping in the dark. I did start the project but I gave up midway because it was too depressing to re-live those days.

I wonder if I will ever find the courage to take out my manuscripts and start writing again? I doubt it. But it will be good. Self Publishing is now made easy. I no longer have to find publishers to help me.

So, let's pray that I will be able to do so. Take a look at what one can do with self publishing. This company :

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Let me browse deeper and see how my project will benefits parents. Do I cater to those parents whose children have terminal illness or do I deal only with the bereavement part? Do I talk in length about the funeral or do I cover the grief process? The problem is there are just so many things that I want to share but I do not have the emotional stregth to endure them.

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