April 18 2018
Rewriting manuscript & Editing for Submission
Nose back to the grindstone this week! All of my extra
time is being reinvested into my editing and reworking the two
manuscripts. Working on Preface and replacing components. One
should be ready for submission this week the other will be Ebook
POD by May 5th.
March 14 2018 Attended "An
Evening With Eva Schloss"
In Turks & Caicos
was born in Vienna in 1929. The same year my own
mother was born in Canada. Eva had a happy childhood until
the NAZI's invaded in
March 1938. Life for Jews became increasingly difficult and thus
began a journey for Eva that would change her life forever. Her
family fled to Belgium and then to Holland, where Eva first met
remembers Anne as being mature and grown up, and loved by all.
Otto Frank, Anne's father, would end up marrying Eva's mother.
Eventually her family was forced to go into hiding as the
persecution of the Jewish
Community got even worse. On May 11 1944, Eva and her family
were discovered, and after beatings and interrogations, she
began the horrific journey that would eventually take her to
Auschwitz-Birkenau. There she was greeted by "the monster"
committed the most evil medical acts upon those who he decided
would temporarily live, or die immediately in the gas chambers.
Eva withstood the unimaginable: her head was shaved like all the
inmates, she was tatooed with an identification number on her
arm, she endured a bout of
killed her, and the eventual loss of her father and brother. Eva
resolved to overcome and survive the war no matter what.
Eva's husband Zvi Schloss, a refugee from Nazi Germany whose
father was imprisoned in
Dachau, died on 3 July
It was a great pleasure to meet this wonderful lady and to
witness firsthand her incredible story. A special thank you to
Rabbi Scholom Bluming
The Provo Jewish Community,
for organizing this amazing event and opportunity!