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Grieving the Loss of A Father on Father’s Day

Coping with death & grief is one of life’s most difficult challenges, but dealing with the death of your Father comes with its own type of grieving and issues, especially on a day like Father’s Day. As a little girl, your daddy is THE MAN that all men will be compared to.  Bad or good …

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They’re Not Gone NOW Available on Kindle & Nook!

It has been quite a while in the making, but after so many requests, I am happy to announce that They’re Not Goneby A.P. Morris is finally being released as an Ebook. As of May 31, 2012 you can purchase it for your Kindle or Nook. But it gets even better! You Can Get Your Ebook Version FREE! Yes, FREE! How you …

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Coping With the Death and Grief of Losing a Parent

Coping with death & grief is one of life’s most difficult challenges, but dealing with the death of a parent comes with its own type of grieving and issues. Something happens, instantly happens when your parent dies.  It is one of those rare instances that time seems to slow down so drastically that you wonder …

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They're Not Gone in Top 10 Best Selling Books from Outskirts Press!!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Outskirts Press Reveals Top 10 Best Selling Books in Self Publishing for December 2009 January 19, 2010, Denver, CO ¾ Outskirts Press, the fastest-growing full-service self publishing and book marketing company today announced its top ten titles for December 2009. Alphabetically, its ten best performing self-published books for December were: * The …

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Press Release for New Book – "They're Not Gone" coming 12/2/09

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: A.P. Morris Phone:  484-459-5490 http://www.theyrenotgone.com info@theyrenotgone.com Author Sharing Hope for the Holidays with New Book titled They’re Not Gone. Phoenixville, PA – November 10, 2009 – Author,  A.P. Morris, is releasing a non-fiction book, They’re Not Gone, to coincide with the holiday season. They’re Not Gone shares stories of 13 people …

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