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Book: Letters to Ethan by Sharon F. Svitak

Book Review: Letters to Ethan by Sharon F. Svitak

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categories: Book, Non-Fiction, True Stories, Grandparents, Grandchildren, Tribute, 20th Century Man, Camping, Fishing, Family, Love Story, 34 Year Marriage, Memories




Sharon Svitak

Author Sharon Svitakabout this book: Letters to Ethan: Joe's Story tells one single man's history to his first grandson who was only a year old when the old man died. It shares with the book's readers what made this simple unassuming man so special and what he would have wanted for his grandson.

Inspired by the life and death of the Author's spouse it took two years to come to fulfillment. Much of that time was spent wrestling with the pain of loss and at the same time experiencing the joy of remembering the good times they shared over their thirty-four year marriage.

This is a small book that tells a big story; the story of a family man who put his family first. It is not a biography. It is not a memoir. It is a series of letters to Ethan, the first grandson who is expected to carryon the family legacy.

Available both in print and Kindle edition from Amazon.com, this is a wonderful gift for grandparents prompting them to share their stories with their own grandchildren.

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 Surviving Grief

To survive her grief, Sharon Svitak wrote Letters to Ethan. She dipped deep into a well of pain, and hopefully from the process she found peace. There is no doubt she fashioned a living tribute to her late husband, Joe, and an incredible gift for their grandson, Ethan, who now has a series of letters that allow Joe to be a part of his life. This is a beautiful book for anyone who has suffered the loss of someone special. [by juliekatie]


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