Read a review of “Abandoned in Berlin” from Booktrib here.



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Abandoned in Berlin, was published as a novella during September 2018, and I am happy to give presentations at accessible bookstores and libraries, organizations interested in the Holocaust,  be interviewed on radio and TV, and for articles in newspapers. Please contact me at my email address if you have an interest. Hilda might also participate if invited. Both of us live a few miles north of San Francisco, California.

An Unplanned Encounter has been the topic of radio interviews, book store presentations and newspaper articles in Britain (Daily Mail and Daily Mirror) and California (the Independent Journal). In a way, it features the right to life versus the right to choose.

She Wore a Yellow Dress: Coming Mid-2020. The narrative features birdwatching, the development of the human resources profession, changes in the British motor industry with particular focus on Ford of Britain, a coming-of-age saga and major events in Britain during the 1960s and 1970s.  Therefore, as well as appealing  to the usual media, there might be interest from birding organizations such as the Audubon and RSPB,  human resource societies such as the IPD and SHRM, and those interested in the evolution of the automobile industry. Articles on my blog are also available for publication on request.