Azenphony Press and I take great pleasure in announcing that the softcover and ebook third editions of my second Holocaust memoir, Never Be Afraid: A Belgian Jew in the French Resistance, are both now available for immediate holiday-season purchase. You can order them now right here, hot off the presses.
Never Be Afraid tells the story of Bernard Mednicki, a Belgian Jew who fled to southern France with his family when the Nazis invaded in 1940. In France, he posed as a Christian and, through a series of street-smart moves, found his way into the Maquis, the French resistance.
Bernard’s story is one of intrigue and love, with plenty of humor and an amazing twist at the end when he directly confronts a horrific moment from his past for the first time. Working with Bernard, I discovered, once again, the extreme power of writing to heal and to preserve your legacy. So can you by reading his story, which Elie Wiesel called “moving, profoundly moving.”
- Softcover: $15, plus shipping and handling
- Ebook: $.99!
Don’t miss this opportunity to get what will be your most compelling read of the holiday season and beyond.
Why not get both versions?
Your honest reviews on Amazon are encouraged.
Ken’s First Holocaust Memoir
By the way, my first Holocaust memoir was The Last Selection: A Child’s Journey through the Holocaust. I co-wrote it with Goldie Schachter Kalib and Sylvan Kalib. Thanks to University of Massachusetts Press for publishing it and translating it into Polish.
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Ken Wachsberger is a book coach, editor, and the author of You’ve Got the Time: How to Write and Publish That Book in You. Ken’s other books may be found here and here. For book coaching and editing help, or to invite Ken to speak to your group, email Ken at [email protected].