Ask any author if they have a favorite book that they have written—one with special meaning to them, and they will always say, yes. And in some cases, they may even give you several titles. As for me, all my books are special. If I didn't have some emotional attachment to them, I couldn't have written them. Now having said that, there is one story that is very close to my heart.
A TWIST OF FATE, is now in print, published by Highland Press. It is the one novel that I truly wanted to see published. It tells the love story of two people from different backgrounds and religions. In order to survive, their love must be stronger than the hate and prejudice they encounter.
Though my story takes place during the 60s and reflects back on the events of World War II, namely the Holocaust, it has relevance to today. History of repeats itself and people tend to forget that. The themes running through A TWIST OF FATE are as relevant today as they were yesterday. People sharing this planet must learn to live with one another despite their differences.
I only hope they do so before they end up destroying the planet.
Is there a love so strong it could weather all storms?
When Susan Blaine meets Joseph Maisel, she knows he’s the one man she wants to spend the rest of her life with. Their love blooms, but the differences in their religious and cultural backgrounds chip away at its foundation. However, it is the discovery of whom her biological father was that destroys their love, driving them apart, until fate steps in.