Available now just in time for holiday reading - make “The Beginning of the Middle of the End of the Beginning” the first book you download.
For your iPad 
For your Kindle 
For your Nook 
Radio Interview with Ethan Dreilinger listen
And here are some of the early reviews:
-Ethan’s style of writing- blog posts from varying points in time with interstitial explanations or clarifications, gives voice to a real human being dealing with the joy, heartache, routine, exhilaration, and devastation that is life. His ruminations are never maudlin or self-serving, but rather an honest and forthright account and perception of how one man handles his wife’s illness and death while figuring out how to help himself and his two daughters.

-(from one of my daughter’s friends) The book was inspiring and told me to NEVER give up.

-What a heart warming story. Anyone who is looking for an inspirational whitty book will love this. There are two types of people in the world, those that curl up in the corner and crumble, and those that pick themselfs up and survive.

-Enjoyed the author’s honestly and non-sugar coated look at how his family is facing their life . Very refreshing read. Recommend to all

-his honest account is a lesson to us all—life isn’t perfect so make the best of it and live your life with respect and love. I highly recommend this book and my hat’s off to Ethan for the courage to share his life experiences with us.

- have been a long time follower of Ethan’s blog. This book takes his blog and goes deeper into the start of his marriage, career changes, raising his daughters and dealing with his wife’s illness. It is probably the most candid he has been and I look forward to a sequel.

Available now just in time for holiday reading - make “The Beginning of the Middle of the End of the Beginning” the first book you download.

For your iPad 

For your Kindle 

For your Nook 

Radio Interview with Ethan Dreilinger listen

And here are some of the early reviews:

-Ethan’s style of writing- blog posts from varying points in time with interstitial explanations or clarifications, gives voice to a real human being dealing with the joy, heartache, routine, exhilaration, and devastation that is life. His ruminations are never maudlin or self-serving, but rather an honest and forthright account and perception of how one man handles his wife’s illness and death while figuring out how to help himself and his two daughters.

-(from one of my daughter’s friends) The book was inspiring and told me to NEVER give up.

-What a heart warming story. Anyone who is looking for an inspirational whitty book will love this. There are two types of people in the world, those that curl up in the corner and crumble, and those that pick themselfs up and survive.

-Enjoyed the author’s honestly and non-sugar coated look at how his family is facing their life . Very refreshing read. Recommend to all

-his honest account is a lesson to us all—life isn’t perfect so make the best of it and live your life with respect and love. I highly recommend this book and my hat’s off to Ethan for the courage to share his life experiences with us.

- have been a long time follower of Ethan’s blog. This book takes his blog and goes deeper into the start of his marriage, career changes, raising his daughters and dealing with his wife’s illness. It is probably the most candid he has been and I look forward to a sequel.