08 Apr A Personal Holocaust Story–with Melissa W. Hunter
In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, I’m sharing a conversation with Melissa W. Hunter today. Melissa’s debut novel, What She Lost, tells the story of her grandmother, a holocaust survivor. Melissa is a writer and blogger from Cincinnati, Ohio. Her articles have been published on Kveller.com, LiteraryMama.com, Booksbywomen.org, and her short stories have appeared in the Jewish Literary Journal. She is a contributing blogger to the Today Show parenting community, and her novella Through a Mirror Clear was published as a serial installment on TheSame.blog, an online literary journal written for women by women (now available in its entirety on Amazon.com). When not at her computer, Melissa loves spending family time with her husband and two beautiful daughters.
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