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MORE Weddings, Funerals and Rites of Passage Hardcover – 2009
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More Weddings, Funerals and Rites of Passage is a continuation from Weddings, Funerals and Rites. This new book has more weddings, more funerals, divorce ceremonies, a quincenera, pet funerals and a lot more. It's 400+ pages of ceremonies and information.
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I got the book today. What an excellent job. Everyone involved should be applauded for their contributions. For anyone sitting on the fence wondering if they should buy this book I say jump.
Rev. Sally Christie
Hi Rev. Amy! My new book was in my mail when I returned from Florida yesterday and after glancing through it I see that there are lots more wedding ceremony options and I love that! Now I'm wondering if you can make it available as a Word document as you did for me with the first book. And will there be an updated version of The Ultimate Wedding and Ceremony Workbook for the Planning Impaired in the future? I am giving this book to most couples I book now so of course I'd like to be able to use the new options easily.
I started doing weddings last summer and did 10 then, and this summer I've booked at least 15 so far here in the Fargo, North Dakota area. I want you to know I appreciate these tools you've made available for us. I'm getting referrals now and people are noticing that my weddings are not ordinary. I love doing weddings and don't know how well I would have done without your help! Thank You! I think I would like to branch out and do more of this type of work and less of my full-time job, but haven't had time to give it much thought and figure out how to do it yet - especially the funerals and other type ceremonies.
Rev. Debbie Graham
It should be a "must have" in the library of every, non-denominational clergyman.