Readers and reviewers alike are praising HENRY: A Polish Swimmer’s True Story of Friendship from Auschwitz to America. Not only is Henry’s amazing story out in the world locally and nationally, people are getting the word about how many Poles suffered during WWII as well. As I’ve said in the epigraph to the book: “The past actually happened, but history is only what someone wrote down” by A. Whitney Brown.
Here is some of the latest news – all of it great!
After 15 years, HENRY is Launched into the world!
Henry: A Polish Swimmer’s True Story of Friendship from Auschwitz to America is now for sale and shipping worldwide! To celebrate, I’m releasing a new book trailer today: Meet Author Katrina Shawver. Get to know me, and learn some behind-the-scenes insights. Enter a contest for free books! And, help me win a writing contest! For more news, keep reading. Please share with everyone you know.
Midwest Book Review calls Henry a “Top Must-Have” acquisition for any collection strong in Holocaust survival accounts. D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer for Midwest Book Review also stated “the treasure trove of documents and images, from vintage photos from the Buchenwald Memorial to Henry’s letters (some 70 original photos and rare German documents) is just one more thing that sets Henry apart from any other survivor’s story.” And “an unusual perspective unequalled in Holocaust survival chronicles.” Keep reading for more exciting developments. Continue reading
Raising a vodka toast to Henry on completion of the manuscript. Na zdrowie!
I am pleased, honored and incredibly validated to share these advance endorsements from such exceptional authors and experts. The pre-publication excitement for this project that has been fifteen years in the making, continues to build. Henry will also be featured at the international 2017 Frankfurt [Germany] Book Fair in October.
Thank you to: Andrew Nagorski, James Conroyd Martin, Jack Mayer, J. L. Witterick, Judith L. Pearson, Greg Archer, Marcia Fine, J. R. Sharp, John Guzlowski, Jerry Amernic, Leonard Kniffel, Robert Dukelow, and Professor John Liffiton, Professor and Director Genocide Conferences, Scottsdale Community College.
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