First Look at the Cover for My Grief Book!

It seems odd to be pleased over the imminent release of my grief book, as if I’m trying to capitalize on grief, but the grief is a done deal. That particular sadness is here whether the book gets published or not. I do think it’s something to be pleased about, though. It will be a helpful book, both as a companion for people who are dealing with a grief that few of their family or friends understand, and for people who want to understand what their bereft loved one is going through.  It also seems odd to be a cover girl — That certainly was never one of my ambitions! — but I couldn’t imagine a better photo for the cover than this one of me at the Black Canyon of the Gunnison. It was a completely spontaneous photo. My hands were supposed to be on the rock, but I started turning at the last minute. (Much to the chagrin of my brother who took the photo. He made me do it over, but the do-over wasn’t as evocative as this one.)

10 Responses to “First Look at the Cover for My Grief Book!”

  1. Tracy Beltran Says:

    I think the cover looks great.

  2. Joy Collins Says:

    The cover is beautiful.
    Great reviews.

  3. Deborah J Ledford Says:

    Captivating title and cover image, Pat. It must have been so difficult to write this book, but please know that many readers will take comfort in your words. I wish you the best for your latest release.

  4. knightofswords Says:

    Wow, that’s a great cover.

    Malcolm

    • Pat Bertram Says:

      Thank you, Malcolm! I’m very pleased with the cover. Couldn’t have found a better way to show the great chasm of grief, and the inaccessibility of those who are gone.

  5. Wenswritings Says:

    Great cover and I know this book will be a help for people who are grieving.


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