I'm Not Dead, Am I? is a documented account of staring death in the face and coming to terms with its inevitability. Josette Berardi, the author, writes from the heart with truth and humor about her mother's struggle with a life-threatening illness, the spirit visitors who came to comfort their family, and her paranormal family's not so ordinary life. While Josette has raised two mediumisitic daughters, it still surprised her when her mother began speaking about deceased loved ones who were regularly appearing to her during a six month recovery period. In addition to coming to terms with her role as her mother's health care proxy and the decision to not enforce her living will, Josette soon realizes the spirit messages passed through her mother all end up proving true. What Josette discovers next during their family tragedy is a fourth-generation mediumistic legacy extending at least to her maternal grandmother and perhaps further. Josette begins to look at the afterlife in a different way and writes about these experiences and much more while demonstrating proof to the reader how everyone survives death and what we call death may just be a new beginning. This book offers specific insight about the afterworld through the eyes of a family of mediums.