FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE.

 

 

CONTACT:              Water Forest Press
A subsidiary of Skyline Publications

C/o Victoria Valentine, publisher and editor
New York, USA
www.waterforestpress.com
E-mail: WaterForestPress@aol.com

 

(Published by Water Forest Press, a subsidiary of Skyline Publications, C/o Victoria Valentine, publisher and editor, New York, USA, www.waterforestpress.com,
E-mail: WaterForestPress@aol.com;
ISBN 10: 0-9723493-8-3, ISBN 13: 978-0-9723493-8-3 )

 

 

December 2007 - New York, USA

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE.

 

 

CONTACT:              Water Forest Press
A subsidiary of Skyline Publications

C/o Victoria Valentine, publisher and editor
New York, USA
www.waterforestpress.com
E-mail: WaterForestPress@aol.com

 

 

ALAN D. BUSCH – SNAPSHOTS OF MY SON: in memory of Ben.

 

“Snapshots of My Son: in memory of Ben” is an non-fiction book based on real-life experiences, authored  by Alan D. Busch, Copyright 2007, 116 pages, 5 x 8, perfect bound, softcover price: US $14.95. Published by www.waterforestpress.com, New York, USA, ISBN 10: 0-9723493-8-3, ISBN 13: 978-0-9723493-8-3 ).

 

“Snapshots of My Son: in memory of Ben” will bring tears to your eyes.  Many readers will not be able to read the entire book in one sitting, and some may not finish it at all.  This non-fiction book has all the innate emotionally-affective qualities of a masterly painting that has survived countless centuries, or a Hollywood-style film whose success is measured by its ability to get the even the most hardened macho-type viewer to cry tears of happiness and sorrow.

 

“Snapshots of My Son: in memory of Ben” is an important book, which is both painful and healing to read .. and impossible for those who do read it to do so without recalling their own personal memories and processes in connection with the passing of loved ones.

 

Do buy this book.  Read it when you are ready to become engaged in your own process ranging from grief/sorrow/loss to healing.  It may take you a while to get through it; and you will most probably read individual passages over, again and again.  It is not easy; it is about Life.  And yes, it would make a good film or television movie.

 

Alan D. Busch is an independent writer in Skokie, IL. He has published articles and poetry in Living With Loss, Bereavement Publications, the Chicago Jewish United Fund News Magazine, Passing, An Anthology of Poems by Poetworks.com and Aish.com. Alan is married to "Kallah" and is the father of three children: Benjamin, Z'L, Kimberly and Zac.

 

For more information about Snapshots Literary House Review 2007 or other Skyline Publications, or to schedule an interview, please contact Victoria Valentine at WaterForestPress@aol.com  or see  www.skylinemagazines.com.