Monthly Archives: August 2016

Carefree World Meets a Heavy Heart

While cleaning my desk, I found my mother’s autograph book dating back to 1940 when she was eleven years old. Each carefully-worded entry was filled with the sweetness, innocence, and old-fashioned corniness of the day. Life was peaceful in Boonton, … Continue reading

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Another Trump Dump?

I have been trolling my father’s old newspapers again, and found another treasure which, once more, is quite timely. As we have been hearing stories of how each candidate has been raising funds for their campaigns—super PACS, small donors, large donors, and personal … Continue reading

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Someone Likes My Book!

So I wrote the letter which became the book. Having published a family history a few years ago, I kind of sort of knew the process involved in turning a story on my computer into a book that I am … Continue reading

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We Will Survive the Outrage

When I decided to put my book out there for the general public to read, I wondered if it was relevant. Would anyone be interested enough to read it? Each day as I turn on the news, Do Svidanya Dad- … Continue reading

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