Three Minus One: Stories of Parents' Love and Loss


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$17.95  $16.69
She Writes Press
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5.4 X 0.9 X 8.5 inches | 0.85 pounds
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About the Author

Sean Hanish is an award-winning filmmaker, screenwriter and playwright and a member of the Writer's Guild of America.; His feature directorial debut, RETURN TO ZERO is a true story based on the experience he and his wife had when they lost their first son within weeks of his due date in 2005.; RETURN TO ZERO stars Minnie Driver, Paul Adelstein, and Alfred Molina, and is the first Hollywood film to tackle the taboo subject of stillbirth.; Brooke Warner is founder of Warner Coaching Inc., publisher of She Writes Press, and author of What's Your Book? A Step-by-Step Guide to Get You from Inspiration to Published Author. Her book was a finalist for the Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Award for 2012 and her website was selected by the Association of Independent Authors as a winner of "Best Websites for Independent Authors." She lives and works in Berkeley, California.


"In a society in which the death of a baby is a topic more often avoided than discussed, a book like this one is a beacon for those who need to give a voice to the pain they feel--and for those who need to know they're not alone. Three Minus One captures a multitude of experiences related to the loss of a baby. For anyone who has lost a baby--or for anyone who loves someone who has suffered that loss--this wrenching yet still somehow beautiful collection is a must-read."
--Gina Harris, Executive Director, Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep

"As a mother, this powerful collection of essays, poems and images touch me deeply. I am amazed and impressed by strength and courage these parents have shown in by sharing their stories. I hope that by telling their stories they can help break the silence for millions who suffer thinking they are alone in their pain, and comforting them by knowing there is a light at the end of the tunnel."
--Cindy Crawford