Murder Survivor’s Handbook: Real-life Stories, Tips & Resources by Connie Saindon is now a Hot New Release and Best Seller on Amazon.com — and the book will not be formally released for three more days: Thursday, Sept. 25, to coincide with the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims.
This is not a specific goal of author Connie Saindon or mine. We, along with the many voices that contributed to this book, want to see it in the hands of everyone who can benefit from it. The increased visibility will help us achieve this goal. In addition, this remarkable result indicates that the book is being well received, even though the word about it is just now getting out.
Connie and I thank all of those who assisted in the production of the book and all those who encouraged its writing. It took an exhausting two and a half years to complete, but seeing this overwhelmingly positive response to the book is gratifying indeed and makes it all worthwhile.
While we find it deeply saddening that there is a need for such a book, we are comforted in knowing that we can be of assistance to those who follow in our footsteps on a journey none of wanted to take.
As Connie says: One doesn’t recover from this, but one can learn to live with it better.
Murder Survivor’s Handbook not only helps family members adapt to the aftermath of murder, it also encourages the readers to write down their own feelings and experiences as they take this journey no one ever wants to take, but in which they had no choice.
In addition, the proceeds from the sale of this book are being funneled back into the Survivors of Violent Program and will help provide books to those who may need assistance.
- Amazon.com: Murder Survivor’s Handbook: Real-life Stories, Tips & Resources
- Web page: Murder Survivor’s Handbook: Real-life Stories, Tips & Resources
- Facebook: Murder Survivor’s Handbook: Real-life Stories, Tips & Resources
- TV News: ‘River of Remembrance Ceremony’ honors murder victims
- Website: Survivors of Violent Loss
- Blog: Survivors of Violent Loss Program
- Website: Dare I Call It Murder?: A Memoir of Violent Loss