I was going to blog regularly and here I am–almost a month since my last entry. It’s not that I don’t think about it, because I do. But I either get sidetracked or just plain upset because I don’t get any comments or have many followers.
Anyway, my third book is “My Name is Rebecca: A Novelette.” It started out as being a tribute to my mother’s family and evolved into a tribute to immigrants who came to America in the early 1900s. The story is about a man who brings his sons to the United States to escape religious persecution. The story details the journey and the process of Ellis Island; After living in the Lower East End of New York for awhile, they move to Wisconsin.
I’ve been busy trying to promote the book and have to say it’s doing pretty well. It’s been placed on consignment in several bookstores. I have also contacted several Jewish museums about donating it to the archives and some have agreed.
The picture on the cover is of my mother, taken when she was four years old in 1931. I can’t explain why I chose it without ruining the story. But, after your read it, email me and I’ll explain. (email@example.com).
I don’t think mentioned this in an earlier post, but I created bookmarks to complement the books. If you decide to buy any of my books on Amazon, email me and I will send you a free bookmark. I think you’ll like it. I’m in the process of sending a bookmark to those who won the books before I had them made.
Thanks–and I’ll be back soon.
Thanks and take care.