There was no question in my mind that Erin Davis’s Mourning Has Broken would land on the best-seller list. Boy, I love it when I’m right!
The book is in its third printing, less than one week after its official release. And readers are snapping it up, as evidenced by The Globe and Mail’s best-seller lists for last week’s sales.
When it’s narrowed down to Canadian authors, the news is even better!
If you’ve turned on a television or a radio in the past week, you’ve probably heard or seen Erin – and perhaps Rob. The one question everyone asks is whether writing the book was cathartic. Erin’s answer: No. Reliving the worst thing that could happen to a parent was painful. But this book is already helping others on their journey toward healing, and that was her goal in putting herself through the ordeal of writing it.
If you read it, please take a moment to leave an online review. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy. Imagine you’re talking to someone who’s on the fence about buying the book. Why should they click “purchase”? That’s the question only a reader can answer.