"Write what you know," is an oft-quoted aphorism. My own family history is replete with stories begging to be told. Stories of families torn apart by war, by state-sanctioned programs, stories well hidden in the proverbial family closet, stories of courage, loss, love, and hope. 

Another Ocean to Cross (click for sample chapter.)
ISBN- 13: 978-0-9997688-0-8 (paperback)
ISBN- 13: 978-0-9997688-1-5 (e-book)
A gutsy young Jewish woman in World War II tackles terrible dangers and hardships to save her parents, her child, and her battle-injured Canadian husband.
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The Home Boy and his Sister

ISBN-(none yet)

Two young children, brother and sister, seized from their families in London in 1882 through a program designed to "improve" the lives of impoverished families; face hardship, abuse, and separation.  As adults, they embark on an arduous search for each other, to regain their sense of family, battling non-existent communication tools, indifferent bureaucracy, vast wilderness, and their empty hearts. A story of the power of sibling love.