Journeys of Hope and Love

David Collins Case

Thank you for visiting my website and for your interest in finding out more about me, David Collins Case, and my book, Journeys of Hope and Love. You can read a sample of Journeys of Hope and Love and purchase it as an eBook by visiting Smashwords. You may also view my film work and read my poetry here.


Journeys of Hope and Love is above all a love story. It is a memoir of my experiences during the last six months of my wife Kinuko’s life as I tried to do what I could to save her. It is the story of our two journeys together, marked by many incredible experiences, the first in search of a miracle cure for her terminal disease and the second to revisit Japan, where we met and fell in love over forty years earlier. It is a story that will provide hope to any who read it with an open mind and one that will give insight into the true meaning of love and its power to overcome the finality of death.


Journeys of Hope and Love is available on Amazon’s Kindle, other e-readers and for $6.95. Of each sale of my book, 50% will be donated to St. Mary’s Hospital Hospice Care in Reno, Nevada in honor of my wife, Kinuko.

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2 Comments on “Journeys of Hope and Love”

  1. Lindsey Gray says:

    Hi David,

    Thank you so much for your letter. The team LOVED receiving it and learning about how much our hospice meant to you and your wife.

    I’d love to get a chance to talk to you about something our hospice is working on that I think you’d be perfect for– to share your story with our community.

    I hope you get this message and give me a call at your convenience, 775-750-5070.

    All the best, Lindsey

  2. John C, says:

    Dave; it was indeed a beautiful story. Your writing style allowed the story to flow and it kept me riveted. I read the whole book in one sitting.
    Your description of the locations and places you stayed made me feel like I was there with you. Great job.

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