When you die, there are so many things your family and loved ones immediately need to know.
Two Envelopes is your voice, conveying your final wishes regarding your death and your estate.


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THE BOOK IS AVAILABLE from Amazon in hardcover, paperback and Kindle.

The book also is available from Barnes & Noble, Walmart or through the independent bookstore of your choice.


Rusty in the News—

The Jewish Book Council nationally is recommending Rusty’s book to affiliates nationwide. Here is the Book Council’s book page for Two Envelopes and here is the Book Council’s author page for Rusty.

In Grief Healing, an online magazine that provides resources for “grief and transition,” a recommendation of Rusty’s book is headlined: Voices of Experience

Podcast: Nationally known interviewer Mark Turnbull welcomes Rusty to his Aging Today podcast.

Frequently asked questions: Rusty writes about one of the questions she hears when speaking with community groups: “What will I wear when I’m dead?” AND, for news coverage of a big event where Rusty spoke about these issues, you’ll enjoy reading the story headlined: “An Idea Incubator at a Creative Church

A ReadTheSpirit magazine overview: Rusty Rosman invites us to shape our own legacies through ‘Two Envelopes’

A delicious legacy: In this column, Rusty shares the story of her annual process for preparing—and transporting—a huge quantity of home-made matzah ball soup. She calls this “Nema’s Traveling Matzah Ball Soup


Rusty’s Schedule—

Rusty appears on podcasts, both video and audio, and she speaks in small groups as well as at larger conferences. (Here’s a story about one of her appearances.)

Examples of Rusty’s upcoming appearances:

JUNE

12—National Podcast: “Writers on Writers over a Triple Espresso” with host Patrick Greenwood

14—Richardson Center, 1485 E Oakley Park Rd, Commerce Township, Michigan 48390 Phone: (248) 926-0063

SEPTEMBER

16, Noon—Jewish Federation in Flint, Michigan

 


Get the free “Book Club Questions” for Two Envelopes

Click on this thumbnail to download the free, printable, one-page PDF.

 


Connect with Rusty Rosman

This book is helpful to everyone because everyone comes from a family in which all of us are aging.

You can follow Rusty on her Facebook page at RustyRosmanAuthor—or on Instagram at TheRustyRosman. If you would like to connect with Rusty Rosman to have her speak to your book club or organization, please email her at [email protected]. You also can “follow” Rusty on her Amazon author page.

Your friends and colleagues will thank you for organizing an opportunity to meet Rusty, whether it be in person or via a Zoom call. Reach out today.

You can call Rusty directly at 248-909-9496


Early Readers Are Saying—

Front cover of Rusty Rosman's Two Envelopes
PRE-ORDER NOW: Click on the cover to visit the book’s page on Amazon, where this book is available for pre-order in paperback, hardcover—and will be on Kindle on February 20.

A must read for every senior! An excellent way to share the most important information with your family. The author is very insightful on the needs of families. This book is an incredible gift to/for your family.

Ida Goutman, CEO Cruz Clinic Psychiatric and Psychological Care

My mother was diagnosed with a terminal illness. During this stressful and confusing time, the guidance set out in what was then a draft of Two Envelopes helped ground and organize my mother. She focused on what she wanted to do as outlined in this book and then proceeded to do it. She felt she had a measure of control in a situation that afforded her little control. Our family was so grateful to have this guide. Two Envelopes gave all of us comfort and peace of mind.

Elizabeth Sandler, a daughter of an early user of Two Envelopes

As Rusty Rosman shows us, it is never too soon to gather our loved ones and pose the hard questions that will ensure our wishes are honored both in life and in death. With deep gratitude to Rusty, we have her exceptionally comprehensive book, giving us the permission to gather with loved ones and have productive conversations we all need to share.

Rabbi Joseph Krakoff, CEO of the Jewish Hospice and Chaplaincy Network