On Tour 03/09/23-03/31/23 “From Here- Lessons in Love & Loss from 9/11” by Felice Zaslow

Release Date: September 22, 2022

About The Book:

Felice and Ira Zaslow’s love story spanned almost four decades, from the beaches of Far Rockaway to a comfortable suburban existence on the south shore of Long Island. She taught sixth grade at the local middle school, while he commuted daily to Lehman Brothers in the World Trade Center. As their sons grew up, they appreciated each day, looking forward to more time as a couple.

Then came the morning of September 11, 2001.

Through the days, weeks and months that followed, Felice had to find her way through unfathomable trauma, on a path she had to forge herself, seeking guidance and role models along the way. This remarkable and inspiring memoir puts a very personal face on a national tragedy, facing down the darkness by looking for the light that is always present.

About The Author:

Felice Zaslow is a retired teacher, artist and author residing in Long Island, New York. She is the mother of two adult sons and grandmother of three. Felice has an appreciation of the natural beauty of the Long Island beaches and the changing of the seasons since childhood. She incorporates this into her painting and writing. The loss of her husband, Ira, inspired Felice to write her first book, From Here: Lessons in Love and Loss from 9/11. Her wish is to bring hope and comfort to others who have experienced tragic loss. https://felicezaslow.com/

Social Media:

Instagram: https://instagram.com/felicezaslow

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/felice.zaslow/

Book Blurbs: 

“Throughout this poignant work of grief and resilience, Zaslow offers us touchstones of wisdom to help any of us navigate the churning waters of loss. None perhaps is more powerful than the invitation from Emerson to go, not where a path may obviously lead, but rather to where there is no evident path, and instead create a new trail. This, in essence, is the journey of moving forward through loss and its consequent shaking of all that had been true. We are summoned to devise our own way into new understandings, new perspectives on who we are and who we might be, and novel meanings. Zaslow, in her direct, honest, warm and caring manner, describes not only the path she began to blaze after the sudden loss of her husband the day the towers in NYC fell, but illustrates for any of us the possibility that we might be able to do the same.”- Maria Sirois, PsyD, author of A Short Course in Happiness After Loss (and Other Dark, Difficult Times)

Bloggers On Tour: 

March 9th- Novels and Latte Book Club –https://www.facebook.com/groups/357651988042629

March 10th- A Court Of spines n pages https://instagram.com/acourtofspinesnpages

March 11th- Jayme Reads https://instagram.com/jayme_reads

March 12th- Lindas Book Obsession https://www.facebook.com/lindasbookobsession/

March 13th- Pat Fayo Reviews https://instagram.com/patfayoreviews

March 13th- Miss W Book Reviews https://instagram.com/misswbookreviews

March 15th CMT Loves Wine and Books https://instagram.com/cmtloveswineandbooks

March 19th- Subakka Bookstuff https://instagram.com/subakka.bookstuff

March 22nd- Rozier Reads and Wine https://instagram.com/rozierreadsandwine

March 23rd- Biblio Reviews https://instagram.com/biblioreviews 

March 31st- Christina Luvs 2 Read https://instagram.com/christinaluvs2read

March 31st- Nissa The Bookworm https://instagram.com/nissa_the.bookworm

March 31st- Books and Coffee MX https://instagram.com/booksandcoffeemx

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