WE NEED YOUR UNIQUE TALENTS AND SKILLS to educate, encourage, and bring hope to our audiences this August in honor of National Grief Awareness Day. If you write about loss, grieving, and surviving in fiction or nonfiction, we want to share your experience, expertise, and stories.

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Grief can come in many forms: the death of a loved one, lost jobs, relationships ending, dreams dying, all marking the end of life as we once knew it. And the last couple years have brought untold complications to our lives and our ability to grieve.

We are looking for authors who can bring awareness to what grief is -- to educate, encourage and most of all bring hope. If your words can increase understanding and empathy, or share resources, we would love for you to consider purchasing a Give My Book Wings promotional package and being part of our August radio shows and podcasts as we shine the light on the grieving process and, more importantly, the healing process.

Let's Make A Difference Together

#NationalGriefAwarenessDay is a once a year opportunity to come together in support of those who are grieving. This year marks a once in a lifetime opportunity to help each other figure out how to work through the almost unbearable grief of the untold losses created by the pandemic.

“Give sorrow words; the grief that does not speak knits up the o-er wrought heart and bids it break.”

― William Shakespeare, Macbeth


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If you are a mental health provider, clergy/chaplain, doctor, or other expert in helping people work through grief, we would be interested in having you on this unique series of shows.


Promote Your Book

#GiveMyBookWings will provide you with interview skills, a media kit, and coaching to market your book, along with an 8-10 minute interview about you and your book at noon ET on WQBQ 1410, on Mondays in August.

How else can you participate?

We encourage you to participate in #GriefAwarenessDay2021 by:

  • Tuning in to WQBQ1410 at noon ET on August 30, 2021 to learn from our experts
  • Take time to check on a loved one who is grieving
  • Take care of yourself
  • Attend or Donate to a local support group, perhaps one like 
  • Buy a book from one of our authors, and read it yourself or gift it to someone who is hurting

Interested in the Grief Awareness program? We still have a few openings available!

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