To the thrill of ghost whisperers, cocktail slingers, and e-cigarrette puffers everywhere, Allison DuBois is coming to Changing Hands.
"I can't tell you how proud I am of the content," DuBois writes of the book on her dandelion-filled website. "I have pulled a collection of stories from my personal life and readings from my reading vault that cover a wide range of types of loss, and how to cope ... I recount readings from spouses, children, and parents who have died through natural means or at the hands of others, including a tribute chapter for our soldiers."
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