News Release for New Book

This is the news release I’ve sent out to several local newspapers. Don’t know if they’ll include it in their publications, but I’ve got my fingers crossed…every little bit of publicity is helpful. (Note the catch line at the end…Dale and I came up with that when a friend in marketing suggested having one.)

Anyone who has ever been touched by the death of a friend or loved one will want to read the book, Escorting the dead; My life as a psychopomp. Written by author and photographer, TA Sullivan, this book helps us all understand that death isn’t the end, it’s merely another step in life’s path.

My life as a psychopomp touches on a subject that is meaningful to all us, death and the afterlife. Ms. Sullivan explains how a bicycle accident and near death experience changed her life along with her understanding of life and death. Out of this experience also came her job of escorting the dead to the afterlife. A job that she says, “…is filled with as much heartache as it is joy. It’s a job that has taught me a lot about compassion and love, but most of all, it has taught me that death isn’t the end of life.”

The accident opened up a world that most us never see until we die; however, for her, it’s a world that she visits often while escorting departing souls to their new existence in the afterlife. Escorting the dead; My life as a psychopomp will be available at on December 1, 2012. Just search for the title or the author.


About TA Sullivan

An author, writer, photographer, and fellow life traveler who offers her wit, wisdom, and stories with others who share her path, if even for a moment.
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