Along with the farewell message is a bit of reminiscing about the good times the two of them shared,” Might says of his book. “The message is ‘Don’t cry because it’s over; smile because it happened’.
HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, Ark. (PRWEB) January 23, 2015
“My Pal” centers on one family’s shared, multigenerational living arrangement that comes to an abrupt end when a career opportunity causes the family’s youngest to relocate.
“Along with the farewell message is a bit of reminiscing about the good times the two of them shared,” Might says of his book. “The message is ‘Don’t cry because it’s over; smile because it happened’.”
Might hopes his book’s message resonates with readers who currently live in multigenerational homes with multiple family members. He says his book will show that having mixed feelings about any separation is acceptable and not a show of shame or fear.
An excerpt from “My Pal”:
“You're now further away – I can’t hug you as much. But I’ll always be with you even though we can’t touch.”
By Bill Might
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5 in | 26 pages | ISBN 9781452597560
E-Book | 26 pages | ISBN 9781452597577
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About the Author
Bill Might feels defined by the many roles he has played in life. He is a husband, father, brother, son, friend and grandfather, in all of which he has experienced varying degrees of success and failure except one – the role of grandfather. He finds his role as grandfather to be the most rewarding and successful role of his life, because it is the easiest and most fun.
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