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Negative Perfection Ltd

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Eric Hoffer Book Award Winners

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* Heart Works, Jerre Petersen, Heart Works Publishing


Heart Works Publishing : Home

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About Jerre Petersen
Jerre Petersen Jerre Petersen, Business Owner Heart Works Publishing Jerre Petersen is a loving father who experienced the ultimate loss in his life: the death of his 9-year old daughter, Audrey, to brain cancer. In his award-winning book, "Heart Works - A Father's Grief", Jerre explores the paralyzing depths of grief, the awesome power of love, and the light of hope from a father's perspective. And he does it with beauty and insight.


Heart Works Publishing : Dragonflies

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Portland, Oregon - August 13, 2008 - HeartWorks Publishing, a Portland-based publisher of books for grieving parents, announced today that its first publication, Heart Works: A Father's Grief, authored by Portland resident, Jerre Petersen, has won First Runner-up in the prestigious 2008 Eric Hoffer Award reviews for Short Prose.
Heart Works: A Father's Grief has won previous acclaim for prose, photography and publishing excellence, including the Benjamin Franklin Award from the Publishers Marketing Association. Grieving the death of a child or other loved one takes a heavy emotional toll on parents and family, often leaving them with deep and long-lasting feelings of pain and hopelessness. Jerre Petersen experienced this grief personally when his 9-year old daughter, Audrey, succumbed to brain cancer. Her life inspired the writing of the book with the hope that his thoughtful introspection, gentle words and breathtaking photography would help other parents through their pain and give them solace. According to Jerre Petersen, a small business owner of Negative Perfection in Northeast Portland, "My book, Heart Works, speaks to my undying love for my daughter and the many ways her death changed me. Writing the words, traveling around Oregon to photograph its natural beauty and spending many introspective moments seeking my own answers to life and death, inspired me to write a book that I hope embraces parents who have experienced the loss of a loved one, soothing their pain and giving them hope for the future". Jerre Petersen, Author HeartWorks Publishing


Heart Works Publishing : News

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December 2004, Jerre Petersen of Portland's Heart Works Publishing Receives Benjamin Franklin Publishers Marketing Association Award for Grief Book.


Heart Works Publishing : Purchase

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Following the loss of his daughter, Jerre Petersen, owner of Negative Perfection Printers, found consolation by exploring and photographing Oregon's landscape.
In 2003, he wrote, designed, and self-published his first book titled Heart Works: A Father's Grief, which won the 2004 Benjamin Franklin award.


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