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Self-Publishing: An Author's Experiences

I’d like to welcome B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree Joseph G.  Krygier to talk with me today about his self-publishing experiences. Joseph is the Pastor of New Covenant Baptist Fellowship in Buffalo, New York. 1,919 more words

Harlan Coben Inadvertently Offends Poland

Best-selling author Harlan Coben has accidentally ended up in hot water with…. Poland:

The power, and danger, of words. An English e-book version of one of his novels had the phrase “Polish concentration camp,” which in English could easily be read as implying it was a concentration camp run by Poles or by the government of Poland. 281 more words


book review: The Travels of Daniel Ascher

The Travels of Daniel Ascher By Deborah Levy-Bertherat.
Other Press| May 2015| 182 pages | $22.95| ISBN: 978-1-59051-707-9

Rating: *****/5*

Touching, creative, lovely novel. It tells the story of a child of the Holocaust in a unique manner. 320 more words


High school history teacher spreads propaganda about Holocaust (in 2015!)

Imagine this: Your 14-year-old son says his history teacher told him that the gas chambers in the Nazi concentration camps weren’t intended to kill Jews. 297 more words


Albert Goering

Accidental Talmudist

A Tale of Two Brothers, or Proof that Heredity is Not Destiny.

Hermann Goering was Hitler’s right-hand man and the founder of the Gestapo – may that monster suffer true justice for his deeds. 438 more words



Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it.

–George Santayana

The tour guide’s voice gets higher when he talks about the children. 896 more words


The most powerful Holocaust film you've never seen is this lost Hitchcock documentary

For someone who was born more than four decades after the Holocaust, I have seen my share of horrifying, gut-wrenching, and heart-breaking footage from or about Nazi concentration camps. 1,003 more words