Interview at Spark My Muse

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Grief is one of those issues that no one and everyone wants to talk about. No one wants to talk about it, because it’s kind of a downer and no one wants to be the guy who bums people out. But it’s so common to all of us, that it’s almost impossible not to share your story if someone else is sharing theirs. And the truth is, as we share stories about grief, in all of its many forms, we are able to find our way through some of the worst of it, we learn better empathy skills, and we grow closer as a community.

Today I’m on Lisa DeLay’s podcast, Spark My Muse, to talk about grief and my new book, Embracing Grief, which releases in just a few days!

Go ahead and click on this link to give the episode a listen and then be sure to subscribe to Lisa’s podcast – she has lots of great interviews with authors and creators of all sorts, in addition to helpful information about the creative process, productivity, her “Soul School” episodes, and more!

And don’t forget to grab your copy of Embracing Grief at special preorder prices of $1.99 for Kindle and just $5.99 for a print copy!

 

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About Alise

I’m a lot of things, but more than anything else, I’m a woman in progress. I’m finding that out more and more all the time. Knitting is just a series of knots. I hope as my tangled thoughts are put out there, they will weave together into something that adds a little bit of beauty to the world.
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One Response to Interview at Spark My Muse

  1. lisadelay says:

    Glad to have you. May we all be better at helping each other. 🙂 I’m learning bit by bit.

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