A heartfelt THANK YOU to the Wine, Women, and Words Book Club for selecting A Smile in One Eye: a Tear in the Other as your book this month and inviting me to be part of this week’s meeting. Great exchange of thoughts and opinions – wonderful discussion.
Not a world tour, but a Smile in One Eye: a Tear in the Other is being noticed worldwide. This week we caught the attention of readers in India. Thank you Sreesha Divakaran and your book blog, Rain and a Book for spotlighting the book and including a summary and excerpt. Four continents in four weeks – North America, Australia, Europe, and now Asia!
Available next month!This is the true story of a prosperous, proud, and patriotic German family living in a small town in East Prussia. Baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran church, suddenly they were told they were Jewish, a distinction that made a life threatening difference. It was no longer a matter of faith or religion; their lives were to be defined by race. It was a matter of bloodlines. And, in Nazi Germany, they had the wrong blood.