Readers remark...

"I'm grateful for this exploration of the idea that we will continue to dance with grief for as long as we live. I'm in awe of Alisa Bair's fluid, wonderful writing, her vulnerability, and her wisdom. I hope this book receives the place in the literary canon it deserves. Everyone can benefit from reading it!"  —Maria Thompson, Facebook

"I hope you realize that this book, with no ears and all words, will be the best 'listener' for so many others."  —Jessica Frease, Instagram

"Everyone who reads this book is going to feel like you wrote it especially for them. It deserves a workbook; there are just too many pieces of wonder and feeling and heart to pick up at the same time. I couldn't put it down. I don't think I ate during the whole time I read it. I didn't stop; I went through the night into the morning. " —Anna Weaver, Facebook, personal text

"It’s been a long time since I stayed up past midnight reading, but I couldn’t put this one down. Beautiful, compelling, authentic, lyrical." —Andrea Adams, Facebook

Audiences remark...

"The whole presentation is so perfect...the message, the dance, the's all absolutely powerful, tender, heart-wrenching and heart-restoring. What a dovetailed message, such a beautiful marriage of art forms." —Linda Metz, Cullowhee, NC

"The dancers and the speaker were all magnificent, and conveyed the story of God's love in the time of grief in a wonderful way. My own tears made it sometimes difficult to see, but I appreciated this profoundly moving service to mourners like me and all of those who are saddened by loss. Thank you so much."  —Richard Miller, Elizabethtown, PA

"This service on the subject of grief was without a doubt the most inspiring, heartwarming, and most welcome understanding of grief we have ever witnessed. We both shed many many tears together. Thank you so much for having these guests. We loved them."  —Eleanor & Dick Zechman, Elizabethtown, PA

"It helped me to identify some grief and anger that I didn't know I had. It was very emotional for me." —D.F., Lancaster, PA

"The service led to a very good discussion of the losses we feel as family members when our loved ones are suffering with addiction and how we process our own grief." —M.R., Lancaster, PA