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Victor David Sachs

On 8/23/15 my son, Victor was born almost 3.5 months too early. We have no idea why I went into labor, or why he decided to come so early, but he was not ready to live outside of me yet. … Continue reading

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Share your loved ones story–you are not alone

The last few years of selling, signing and marketing my book, When Bluebirds Fly, has been very busy–and rewarding. And the most rewarding of all are letters from my readers. In the beginning, my purpose for writing my inspirational memoir … Continue reading

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2013 National Indie Excellence Book Award Finalist!

When Bluebirds Fly is a finalist in the National Indie Awards in 2 categories!  ….Memoir & Grief

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Finalist for the MIPA Book Awards!

I just received an email from my publisher, and When Bluebirds Fly is a finalist in the self-help category for the MIPA Book Awards. I’m very excited and am looking forward to attending the gala on May 8th with my … Continue reading

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This course could save a toddler’s life.

Drowning is the # 1 killer of children under the age of five in 18 states. My story is like many others, although my book is not. Please check out this video and send it to anyone who has a … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing, Blog Hop!

There are many books out there that everyone has heard of… Harry Potter, Twilight, and Fifty Shades of Gray. But what about all of those books written by people you’ve never heard of?  Some of them are really good pieces … Continue reading

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My heart goes out to the Newtown, CT community

Complimentary copies of When Bluebirds Fly are on their way to the first responders of Newtown, CT. I’m praying that they can remember their heroic efforts and discard any unwarranted guilt.  I hope they can talk about their horrid experience until … Continue reading

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