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Quit Kissing My Ashes
by Judy Collier
"A family's story of love, death, tragedy and triumph. A MUST-READ
for any parent dealing the with loss of a child." - John Edward
Judy Collier
Judy is a schoolteacher who works with special-needs children.  Judy's book, Quit Kissing My Ashes is the culmination of a loving sonís determination to comfort not only his family, but also the many friends Kyle left behind.  Judy currently resides in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with Jim, her husband of forty years. She and Jim have three children -- Jill, Jamie, and Kyle, and are blessed with nine grandchildren.

Nothing could have prepared Judy Collier for the emotional turmoil that would enter her life. No words suffice to describe the emptiness that engulfed her entire being. A life without her son was a life she didnít want to live.

Five and a half years have passed since that dreadful day in 1996 when Judyís life was shattered. But the many, many blessings that began coming her way awakened her to a world she would never have thought possible. Not only was she growing spiritually from within, but also her need to help others began taking over her life. She sought ways to spread her truth her son does live.


John Edward, host of TV's Crossing Over, "A family's story of love, death, tragedy and triumph. A MUST-READ for any parent dealing with the loss of a child."

Danielle Steel, best-selling author, "I wish you the very best. I'm sure Kyle feels proud of you for all your good efforts."

Dr. Albert Taylor, author of Soul Traveler, "Judy Collier shares with us an incredible story about life, death, and the afterlife, that provides welcome reassurance for us all."

Judy Guggenheim, author of Hello from Heaven, "Judy Collier invites her readers to be a companion through her family's journey of grief, discovery, and ultimate celebration that Kyle lives on!"

Mary Jo McCabe, author of Come This Way, "Without doubt, this book proves there is life after death."


Quit Kissing My Ashes
Why Should I Read This Book?

  I will KNOW death is a beginning, not an end.

I will KNOW loved ones are always with me.

I will KNOW how those on the Other Side can communicate with me.

A twenty-six-year-old dies in a car accident and lets us KNOW he is okay.



Email:  Judy Collier

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