Monday, November 2, 2009

Book Launch! Are you greiving?


Waiting in the Other Room 
by Kathryn Speakes-Large

Validation of Continued Communication with Those We Love Who have Died

Purchase Waiting in the Other Room today and dissolve your fear of death...
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Slip into a hug of love while reading Waiting in the Other Room as Kathryn Speakes-Large shares her continued connection with her deceased father, Big Jim. Their experiences demystify the fears of the spirit leaving the physical body in death and validate that our deceased loved ones do, indeed, live on in spirit form and have the ability to communicate with us. Kathryn shares her method of communication with her father as well as the method she used to connect with her grandfather who had dementia. 

Do you have a loved one who has dementia; Alzheimer’s or is in a coma? Do you feel that your loved one who has died is still with you, but you need validation? Are you struggling and searching for a sense of peace, serenity and comfort where death of a loved one is concerned? Are you afraid of death?

Purchase Waiting in the Other Room and experience a sense of peace from deep within that our deceased loved ones are alive and well in spirit form. After purchasing the book, you may register for the drawing to receive one of the prizes: Waiting in the Other Room Journal, Sacred Space CD and Communicating Through Dementia CD, OR the Healing Circle of Love as given by Princess Diana and Mother Teresa CD. You will also have access to a treasure trove of Sponsor Bonus Gifts to aid you in your spiritual journey.
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What Other are Saying...

“At some point in our lives we all experience a fear of death. We ask the question, what really happens to us when we die? Do we go to heaven? To hell? Do we remain buried or roam in unrest for eternity? Within these pages Kate and her father, Big Jim, show us through continued experiences that the human spirit lives after death of the body, because love never dies. The message within is of hope fulfilled and loved ones reunited after the last breath is spent. I highly recommend reading this gift of love to aid in dissipating fear of death and to open the door to continued communication with loved ones who are deceased.”
~ Trudy Griswold, Angelspeake.com

"This is a beautifully written book that caused me to laugh, cry and be reminded once again that death is just an open door into a profoundly loving new adventure. This poignant story tells of the after-death communication between a father and daughter, and invites the reader to come along and be delighted, touched and comforted through sharing in their journey. Both Kate and Big Jim write with the utmost sincerity and lots of humor, and their experiences will definitely give you pause for reflection. allow this wonderful book to help you discover the serenity in knowing that your loved ones are, indeed, just waiting happily in the other room. A book to be treasured and read regularly!"
~ Kim Loftis, FromTheAngelsWithLove.com

10 comments:

  1. I'll accept death for me.
    I just want to cringe and go into a fetal position thinking of life without my husband and my mom.
    Maybe this will be a good book for me.

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  2. This is perfect for Day of the Dead.

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  3. I wish this book would have been available when my mom died. It was so hard to find something to help us through what we were feeling and this book seems to be perfect for that!!! XOXO

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  4. Another topic that totally interests me...sounds fascinating. I will check it out.

    Holly

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  5. This looks like a must read. I have had my own near death encounter and still have so many questions and answers I am searching for.

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  6. this looks like a really good read and I whole-heartedly believe that the deceased can and do communicate with us.

    xoox

    kHm

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  7. sounds like a great book. I still miss my grandmom so much, it's such a deep ache in your heart...

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  8. This sort of thing fascinates me. I'll check it out.

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  9. I sounds like something I need to read. The year hubby's parents got cancer & died nearly killed me. Then, son never grieved & wound up going off on an 8 year drug addiction, which I believe was the result of not grieving. Back then, they still didn't have bereavement groups or anything that would have helped us. I'm just glad all that is now being addressed.

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  10. Just added to my amazon wish list!

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Talk preppy to me! xoxo