AUG. 19 - 21, 2016
HEALING THE FAMILY WORKSHOP - Frankfort, IL
Featuring: Deana Martin & Teresita Fawcett
SEPT. 2 - 4, 2016
DECATUR BOOK FESTIVAL - Decatur, Georgia
Featuring: Grief Diaries booth managed by Deana Martin & Erica Gale Beltz
SEPT. 15 - 18, 2016
MOURNING DISCOVERY BEREAVEMENT CRUISE - Bahamas
Featuring: Deana Martin, Mitch Carmody, Linda Findley, Barbara Hopkinson, Mary Lee Robinson, Diane Speer, & Renee McKenna
OCT. 7 - 8, 2016
HEAL YOUR GRIEF WORKSHOP - Dubuque, Iowa
Featuring: Mitch Carmody, Angela Miller, Mary Potter Kenyon, Cathy Corkery, Julia Theisen, Steve Potter
OCT. 18, 2016
5th ANNUAL MEMORIAL SERVICE - Lubbock, Texas
Featuring: Samantha Evans
CONNECT WITH OUR VILLAGE
Why read books?
Because they are like a portable support group, and help us feel less alone. By reading stories of others who have survived the same journey, it gives us hope that we can too. Here are some of our favorites. You can find them on Amazon as well as in your favorite bookstore. If it isn't on the shelf, your bookstore will be happy to order it in, just ask.
SHARE YOUR STORY
Healing hearts by sharing journeys
Welcome to our village.
Grief Diaries is a village born and built on the belief that supporting one another helps our own heart to heal. Loss comes in many forms, and can feel scary and overwhelming. But you are not alone. There are many who share your path, and we're here to help.
Welcome to the Grief Diaries village.
About the Grief Diaries Book Series
Grief Diaries is a ground-breaking series of anthology books featuring true stories about real life experiences. When we share stories, our written words become a portable support group for others who share our path, and help shed insight into the aftermath of our experiences. Created by Lynda Cheldelin Fell, the series began with eight books exploring losses shared by people around the world. Over a hundred people in six countries registered, and the books were launched in December 2015. Now home to more than 400 writers spanning the globe, Grief Diaries has 15 titles in print with 16 more due by the end of 2016. Another 20 titles are set to be added in 2017.