A Good Goodbye Helps Families Avoid Emotional and Financial Disaster
A Good Goodbye is now available at the 30% discounted price of $15.00 (plus $3 shipping) through midnight on Friday, April 15, 2011.
A Good Goodbye by Gail Rubin, “The Doyenne of Death,” brings light to a dark subject: from cremation to caskets, obituaries to obesity, religions to receptions. It illuminates how people can avoid stress at a time of grief, reduce family conflict, save thousands of dollars and create a meaningful, memorable send-off.
A Good Goodbye uses gentle humor to convey the vital information about funeral arrangements that most people don’t learn about until there’s a death in the family. The 228-page book includes new trends in death care, funeral traditions for major faiths, and even a chapter on pet loss and funerals.
A 10-page downloadable planning form from the book is available free to anyone who visits www.AGoodGoodbye.com. Valuable event planning guidance, tips, checklists and examples of memorable, meaningful memorial services are also included.
Gail Rubin is an event planner specializing in funerals and memorial services. She speaks regularly to groups on getting the funeral planning conversation started. As author of The Family Plot Blog (TheFamilyPlot.wordpress.com), Rubin attended and blogged about “30 funerals in 30 days” during November. The project documented the many creative ways today’s funerals are evolving into celebration of life events.
A Good Goodbye retails for $21.95 in bookstores, with online discounts at Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and www.AGoodGoodbye.com. Ebook versions are also available. Get discounts for bulk sales and presentations by calling Light Tree Press at 505-265-7215.
Other press releases from G/R/P/R
- Funny Funeral Films Can Start Serious Conversations - November 10th, 2011
- A Good Goodbye is a New Mexico Book Awards Finalist in Five Categories - November 8th, 2011
- The Newly-Dead Game Puts the "Fun" in Funeral Planning - November 7th, 2011
- Lessons from 30 Funerals in 30 Days - November 3rd, 2011
- Unusual Funerals Chronicled on The Family Plot Blog - October 19th, 2011
Contact InformationGail Rubin
P.O. Box 36987
Albuquerque, NM 87176-6987