Book by Grand Rapids Meteorologist Hits #1 on Amazon
Congratulations to Meteorologist Terri DeBoer from WOOD TV-8. Her latest book, "Grieving Well: A Healing Journey Through the Season of Grief", which was just released on Tuesday, February 21st, has already hit #1 in the religious counseling category on Amazon.com!
"Grieving Well: A Healing Journey Through the Season of Grief" is Terry's latest project with Faith Hospice at Trillium Woods co-author Janet Jaymin. The book was written to help those who are dealing with the loss of a loved one. Janet's occupation as a grief counselor has helped thousands of people with their grieving process.
The book is described this way...
Whether suddenly, or over a period of time, losing someone we love comes with a sense of loss and emptiness. While grief cannot be cured, peace can be found. "Grieving Well" offers comfort, hope, encouragement and peace in your time of loss.
The book also features experiences by contributors who tell their story of grief. Several other West Michigan media personalities are featured in the book with their stories including...
- Steve Kelly, radio host at WOOD radio
- Buck Matthews, retired WOOD TV-8 personality
- Scott Winters, radio personality at 98.7 WFGR (who writes about dealing with the loss of a pet)
This is not Terry DeBoer's first book -- she is also the author of "Brighter Skies Ahead: Forecasting a Full Lile When You Empty the Nest" and the "Brighter Skies Ahead" Companion Journal.
"Grieving Well: A Healing Journey Through the Season of Grief" is now available on Amazon.com. It is available in paperback and also for Kindle.
Terri DeBoer has delivered West Michigan's "wake up" weather at WOOD TV-8 for three decades. She is also the co-host of "eightWest".