Award-winning Author Joins Nationally Acclaimed Radio Host to Discuss Uncomfortable, Unspoken Topic

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Renata Marie Vestevich, author of the award-winning book "Grant Me My Final Wish: A Personal Journal to Simplify Life's Inevitable Journey", joins nationally acclaimed best-selling author and radio host Jacqueline Marcell, on her October 28, 2006 "Coping with Caregiving" broadcast. During this program Vestevich will candidly discuss how planning for death can be a celebration of life.

Renata Marie Vestevich, author of the award-winning book "Grant Me My Final Wish: A Personal Journal to Simplify Life's Inevitable Journey," joins nationally acclaimed best-selling author and radio host Jacqueline Marcell, on her October 28, 2006 "Coping with Caregiving" broadcast. During this program Vestevich will candidly discuss how planning for death can be a celebration of life.

Americans plan. We plan for events all of the time. We plan meetings, luncheons, baby showers, birthday parties and family reunions. We plan ahead to get married, start a family, purchase a home, start a business and travel for vacation. Why? Because planning and preparation simply makes things easier on everyone involved. However, when we think about planning for our own demise, the process suddenly comes to a screeching halt. We don't want to think about planning for death. It's too uncomfortable. It's too morbid. It's too scary. But, it's also inevitable.

"Nothing on this earth is as natural as the miracle of birth or the certainty of death," observes Vestevich. "The book helps people identify, organize and record essential information as part of an ongoing and important planning process so that survivors can confidently make vital decisions when a loved one passes."

"That is only one aspect of the book, however," says Vestevich. "The second dimension is far more personal and invites people to share their very own, one-of-a-kind story by celebrating their own lives. 'Grant Me My Final Wish' provides a means through which future generations may remember and indeed commemorate a life well lived."

Vestevich and Marcell will open the dialogue on this important topic in an upcoming interview on Saturday, October 28, 2006 at 3:00pm PST (6:00 pm EST). Visit http://www.wsradio.com/copingwithcaregiving to listen to this live Internet broadcast. If you miss the live broadcast, the interview will be archived by Monday, October 30, 2006 for listening-on-demand on the Bella Vita Books, LLC website and in the "Coping with Caregiving" archives.

For more information on Renata Marie Vestevich and "Grant Me My Final Wish…A Personal Journal to Simplify Life's Inevitable Journey," please visit http://www.bellavitabooks.com

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