It seems like every day people are finding themselves left with perfectly good dead bodies. Sure perhaps they're a little bruised and they may even have some stretch marks. But what are the reasonable alternatives? Cremation? Yes it's affordable but entirely environmentally-unfriendly in the era of climate change. Burial? That's at least $15 000 if done right. People fill obligated to come to the service say nice things about people who may not have been nice and then the body is buried semi-permanently often on top of the bones of generations past. Do you really want to assist in making our world one big landfill of bodies? I think not.
This is the new millennium. Reduce reuse recycle. Don't let your dead body be a liability on your balance sheet. It's time to put it to use. If you're at a lack of creative ideas this first volume will get your creative juices flowing so you can find the solution that's right for you. While the big lifestyle brands are focusing on centerpieces for your Thanksgiving table and reupholstering Grandma's antique chair this book offers real solutions for real people like you and me. After reading 101 Things To Do With A Dead Body you'll wonder "How did I ever survive without this handy guide?"
Jason Blake is originally from Georgia. His first book was 10 Things I Learned Living on an Island. He lives on Kauai. Jason attended Georgetown University and The University of Illinois at Springfield.