Welcome to the launch of Blue Danube Publishing, and our first book, The Last Waltz: Love, Death & Betrayal, available later this month. The Last Waltz, written by Sean Davison, is the true story of an extraordinary love between a terminally-ill mother and son, and how their informed decisions lead to unforeseen consequences: A sister betrays her brother; a son is charged with murder; Archbishop Desmond Tutu requests bail, igniting a public debate about voluntary euthanasia and the right to die.
To Gently Leave This Life: The Right To Die, and the fourth edition of Innocent Casualties: The FDA’s War Against Humanity, are also available for purchase through this site directly (under Shop), or through your favorite online book retailer, in paperback, PDF, MOBI, and EPUB file formats. Please check out the videos: The first is a video replication of To Gently Leave This Life, and the second video has excerpts from a talk I gave at the World Federation of Right To Die Societies’ Conference in September 2014. I hope our books serve as instruments to further enhance your life, your insights, and all of your options regarding health care and end-of-life decisions. Sign up for an Account to receive Blog Posts, and please feel free to leave a comment.
July 2013: Archbishop Desmond Tutu supports assisted dying! Go to New/Blog for more information.
June 2014: Medical Aid in Dying Legal in Quebec! Go to News/Blog for more Information.
New Book Review – April 29, 2014
Elaine Feuer’s book, To Gently Leave This Life: The Right To Die, is a quick, must read for anyone who wants to understand the history of the movement. People like Elaine who have watched a loved one die a painful, slow death do not want anyone else to suffer a similar fate. But the fight to secure the legal Right-To-Die with dignity, peacefully, in every state requires that we all get educated and motivated to ensure it happens. Reading To Gently Leave This Life is a crucial first step in that education and motivation process.
Sean Crowley, Media Relations Manager
Compassion & Choices
September 7, 2014: Check out what Sherri Muzher, age 44, of Woodhaven, Michigan, has to say about living and dying with MS: “As an individual with advanced primary progressive MS, I believe that people of sound mind who are dying of incurable illnesses ought to have the option of hastening their deaths in order to donate organs while they’re still viable.” http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2014309060016