Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — Most people deal with thanatophobia, or the fear of dying, at some point in their lives. For some, it is an all-consuming paranoia; for others, it is a quick thought as they jump back after stepping off a curb a moment too soon.
But what if we didn’t worry about dying because no one had to die? Charlotte Hennessy’s new book “Here Today, Here Tomorrow: A Memoir of Spirit Communication” offers real life anecdotes that may assuage readers’ thanatophobia.
The books details Hennessy’s many personal experiences with spirits in a light-hearted way that she hopes will entertain readers as well as offer them a resolute explanation of life after death.
“I hope that people might fear death less and feel that life is purposeful,” Hennessy explained. “Perhaps knowing that loved ones are still around will bring them comfort and help to alleviate grief.”
“Here Today, Here Tomorrow: A Memoir of Spirit Communication” By Charlotte Hennessy ISBN (e-book): ISBN 978-1-4917-0419-6 ISBN (softcover): ISBN 978-1-4917-0418-9 Available for purchase at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and iUniverse.
About the author Charlotte Hennessy earned a degree in political science from University of California at Berkeley before she began a career at the National Park Service. Now retired, she resides in Oakland, California and spends much of her time tutoring children in reading and volunteering for organizations including Oakland Fund for the Arts and Presidio Historical Association.