Publisher: Found

I just finished reading The Girl Who Counted Numbers, by Roslyn Bernstein, and I can’t say enough about it. It’s a profound storytelling exercise in showing how history affects us in personal ways, whether we want it to or not.

That’s a topic I also explore in my forthcoming memoir for Amsterdam Publishers, The Silk Factory: Finding Threads of My Family’s True Holocaust Story.

Being Jewish was never something I chose, but rather something by which others identified me — whether I liked it or not. Now, I have come to find that Jewishness is something that defines me, and that I willingly embrace in a way I didn’t before embarking upon my quest.

The Silk Factory is coming out in June 2023; I’ll be reporting on progress and keeping y’all up-to-date as things progress. For now, it’s about finding a design for the cover, soliciting burbs and, eventually, reviews on Amazon.

From time to time, you can also expect tiny excerpts to whet your appetite for the main course!

Cheers, Michael


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