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Remembering A Life Book Club

Sometimes there's nothing better than curling up with a hot cup of coffee or tea and a good book – and the Remembering A Life Book Club is ready to make some great suggestions, especially if you are mourning a loss.

The Remembering A Life team has hand-selected titles that will comfort, inspire and educate, written by thoughtful authors who can relate to the challenges of grieving and empathize with those who do. Recommended reading, book reviews and discussion prompts help guide readers, whether you hold an in-person or virtual book club (read our book club how-to!), or simply want to personally reflect on what you’ve read.

Book Reviews
We've invited death and grief experts to share their favorite reads with you through reviews of books they consider to be helpful for people throughout end-of-life experiences. Each review includes a recommended audience, potential triggers and question prompts.

Suggested Reading
Not sure what to read next? Check out our suggested reading list for ideas!

Book of the Month
Follow Remembering A Life on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and be the first to know about the book we recommend each month!

Discussion Prompts
Whether you're participating in an in-person or virtual support group or simply want to be inspired to reflect on what you've read, use our general discussion prompts to make the most of your reading. Many of our book reviews also include discussion prompts specific to the book.

Author Interviews and Virtual Events
Want to learn about your favorite authors and their experiences related to death and grief? Stay tuned for author interviews and virtual events that will give you insights into the inspiration for their writing.

Book Club How-to
A Remembering A Life book club is for anyone interested in gathering to discuss books related to dying, the grief journey and remembering/paying tribute to loved ones. Participants do not need to be grieving or anticipating the death of a loved one.