Stephen “Kelley” Grayson’s book “Life, Death and Everything in Between” has been rewritten and published in hardcover by Kaplan Books as “En Route: A Paramedic’s Stories of Life, Death, and Everything in Between.”
The book covers Grayson’s long career from day one EMT rookie to established paramedic. It is told in short chapters that are stand alone stories in themselves. On one hand, you want to read the book right to the end, on the other, you want to take it slowly, a chapter a day to make the enjoyment (and often laughter) last.
Grayson is an EMS Mark Twain — a gifted humorist who packs a serious punch. He does a great job of describing what it is like to be in EMS — the good and the bad, the high points and the lows.
It is absolutely one of the best books about EMS I have read. Highly recommended.
Grayson is also the author of the popular blog: A Day in the Life of an Ambulance Driver.
For those who live in New England, Grayson will be delivering the opening lecture at the Connecticut EMS Conference this Friday, March 20.