a presentation of ... Creative Healing, LLC

Opening The Heart Of Western Medicine

This Death Expo session is sponsored by:

Jim & Jess Erskine

Mortalls: The Death-Positive Conversation Game


Jim and Jess Erskine are the father-daughter team responsible for creating the Question and Answer game Mortalls, which encourages people to talk about death and dying in a relaxed game environment. They will discuss how they were inspired to make this game, how the game works, and the feedback they have received from people who have played the game.

You can ask questions during this LIVE presentation or join our Facebook Group to participate in ongoing conversations throughout the Expo!

SPECIAL EVENT:

Jim and Jess have generously donated 4 copies of the Mortalls game to Death Expo and each day we will have a drawing to give away one copy!


If you have registered for Death Expo then you will be automatically enrolled in the drawing. The winners will be announced each evening at the end of the final session for the day.


You will be contacted for your mailing address if your name is drawn so that we can send you your prize!! 

SPEAKER BIO:

Jim Erskine is an author of over thirty children’s books, humor books and educational curriculum resources, and operates the popular homeschooling website Homeschool Freebie Of The Day.com.


Jess Erskine is a book illustrator, graphic designer and videographer whose artistic skills made this project come to life.


Website: www.expiredmortals.com


Facebook: facebook.com/iwilldiebook


Twitter: @iwilldiebook

Join this presentation on:

Sunday - November 13th
5 pm Pacific/8 pm Eastern

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About Death Expo:

Death Expo takes place once each year during the month of November. This is the 4th year for this online educational event produced by End-of-Life University, an online interview series that addresses all aspects of the end of life. 

Learn more about End-of-Life University