SARAH'S BLOG OF FUN: He Blew Her a Kiss Book Review

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

He Blew Her a Kiss Book Review

"Authors Angie Pechak Printup and Kelley Stewart Dollar have collected a series of
touchingly written, true accounts of the remarkable communications many have received
from their loved ones who have passed as they try to comfort and console those who
remain behind. Their purpose in writing this book is to help others heal after a loss.

Angie Pechak Printup and Kelley Stewart Dollar
announce the release for their inspirational book, He Blew Her a Kiss, Inspirational
Stories of Communications from Loved Ones Who Have Passed. The authors have
compiled a series of delightfully written vignettes of real life stories about various signs
of communication loved ones have received from those who have departed.

Sometimes it comes as a brush of the shoulder, a breath, a familiar scent, or perhaps a
gentle breeze when everything else is still. These remarkable sensations are all examples
of our loved ones communicating to us after they are gone from this life.

He Blew Her a Kiss provides encouragement from beyond to those who have lost loved
ones and need a little help to carry on. The dozens of stories of after-death
communication from husbands, wives, children and others gently reassure the surviving
that their loved ones live on and their spirit is in a better place.

Some of the remarkable stories include:

- How the loving note tied to a balloon -- after the death of a beloved wife -- ends up
proving the incredible power of love to transcend all
- How the voice-mail message a sister receives after her brother has passed gives her
incredible tidings of hope
- How an uncanny revelation contained in a TV game show supplies comfort to a family
after the death of their patriarch
- How a night light flickers only when a granddaughter speaks of her late grandmother,
and how it refuses to go out

About the book:

He Blew Her a Kiss by Angie Pechak Printup & Kelley Stewart Dollar
ISBN: 978-1-4327-6092-2
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Date of publish: July 27, 2010
Pages: 187
S.R.P.: $16.95

About the authors:

Angie Pechak Printup has an extensive background in health and fitness and earned a
Master's Degree from the University of Memphis in 1991. She has been teaching CPR
and first aid for more than twenty years.

Kelley Stewart Dollar has twenty-five years experience in printing and graphic art. She has always enjoyed creative writing and has written poetry for the past thirty years."

When I was 16, I lost my Grandma in April, My Grandfather in September, and My Dog of 18 years in October. It was an extremely rough year for me.

I remember one day feeling really low and missing everyone, and wishing I had had more time to spend with them.

As I was walking down the street that day, I noticed two things. One was a lottery ticket. Now normally I would have not even looked, just picked it up and threw it away at the next garbage can, but this time I had to look. It was a $2 winner. Now that doesn't seem like a whole lot, but to me at the time it made me happy.

The second item I saw was a picture of piglet on a kids backpack. Sounds silly huh?? The reason why this made me happy was because one of the last happy memories I have of my Grandpa was at my Aunts Birthday party. As a kid my Dad called her Piglet, so we made her 30th Bday party to be themed with Piglet!!! It was very cute and fun!!

So when I read the stories of how other people experienced things like this, it made me really happy.

This is a great book for anyone, not just people who have suffered a loss. This book and it's heart warming stories, could make the Grinch happy!!!

~~All opinions expressed are 100% mine. I was not paid for this review. I did receive a copy of the book to read thanks to Bostick Communications~~

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