5-STAR Fantasy / Sci-Fi

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

New Indie Book Release: Friend Grief and 9/11: The Forgotten Mourners (Victoria Noe)

New Indie Book Release:
Friend Grief and 9/11: The Forgotten Mourners - Victoria Noe
Non-Fiction / Grief-Death-Friendship (14,000 words - September 2013)

"No one has written about 9/11 from the perspective of the people who lost friends that day. Some of them are survivors who fled the World Trade Center. They are ignored and officially barred from attending and participating in the annual ceremonies in NYC. They don't seek attention, just respect for their losses."

About the Book

Friend Grief and 9/11: The Forgotten Mourners (Victoria Noe)
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“Families only.”

Those who were killed on September 11, 2001 left behind more than family members.

They left thousands of friends who are often forgotten and ignored: co-workers, first responders, neighbors and survivors who struggle to find a way to grieve the friends killed when the World Trade Center towers fell.

In Friend Grief and 9/11: The Forgotten Mourners you’ll learn how they adjust to life without their friends and find ways to honor those they lost on a clear, blue Tuesday.

About the Author

Author Victoria Noe
Author Victoria Noe
Victoria Noe began her writing career in 2009 after promising a friend she’d write about people grieving their friends.

The first two books in her series - Friend Grief and Anger: When Your Friend Dies and No One Gives A Damn and Friend Grief and AIDS: Thirty Years of Burying Our Friends - were published in spring, 2013.Her freelance work has appeared on numerous blogs as well as the Chicago Tribune and Windy City Times, and her website FriendGrief.com was named one of 2012’s Top 10 Grief and Loss Websites.

In addition, her book reviews can be seen on BroadwayWorld.com She lives in Chicago with her family.

Connect with Victoria Noe via Twitter: @Victoria_Noe
or the Author's Website.