‘Alone’ — solace for grieving

| November 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

“Alone/For All Those Who Grieve” by W. F. (Bill) Cento is a collection of poems and prose about coping with the strain of caregiving, and then the grief and healing after the loved one’s death. It seeks to help those who suffer a grievous loss to work through grief and find a new life. Read about the gut-wrenching moment when the author’s wife is near death and whispers in his ear, “Take me to Heaven.” Reviewers write: “heart-wrenching and heartwarming” . . . “read it just for the beauty of the writing” . . . ”extremely touching” . . . “find solace in his words.”

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