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The Kirkus Review has just come in for Bruce J. Berger's The Flight of the Veil, set for release on Oct. 8, 2020, and the book is being called, "A well-crafted tale about trauma and miracles." Here is a link to the full review. The Flight of the Veil is the story of Holocause survivor Nicky Covo. In 1990, Nicky – a Brooklyn psychiatrist – receives a letter from Abbess Fevronia, the head of a women’s monastery in Greece. Although Nicky believes the rest of his family died at Auschwitz, he learns that Theodora, a mysteriously silent nun who’s lived at the monastery since 1944, may be his baby sister, Kal. With his old friend and new love, Helen, Nicky returns to Greece – to harrowing memories of his fighting with the partisans and to a reunion with his beloved sister. The Flight of the Veil explores the intersections of guilt and memory, faith and tragedy, fate and miracle.
The book's pre-sale page is live here.
The 2020 Minnesota State Fair may be canceled, but residents of a senior living community in Excelsior won’t have to go without their favorite fair games and foods this year.
Staff at The Waters of Excelsior in the Twin Cities hosted a mini State Fair for residents on Wed., Aug. 26, 2020. The community’s parking lot was transformed into a mini version of the Great Minnesota Get Together. There was food, games, a photo op with a “cow” cardboard cutout and hay bales, and even a few classic cars from the 1950s on display. Plus, lots of excitement generated by the overwhelming coverage from the local media. KARE, WCCO and KSTP television covered the event. So did the Star Tribune newspaper.
“The State Fair is one of the most popular excursions residents go on every year, and many people were disappointed when they learned it had been canceled. I am so glad we can keep the excitement alive in some fashion by hosting a mini fair on site,” said Lori Nugent, Active Life Manager at The Waters of Excelsior.
To learn more about The Waters, where residents thrive, go to www.TheWaters.com.
Three Pittsburgh-area media outlets covered the birthday party for 1918 fu pandemic survivor Mary Cassesse on August 11. KDKA-TV, The Tribune Review and The Cranberry Butler Eagle are all doing stories about the 102 year old's birthday party, held at The Waters of Wexford in Warrendale, Pa., where she is said to be one of the more popular residents.
The party featured Mary's favorite foods: pizza with sausage and mushrooms and Klondike Bars. The Warrendale location of Aviva Brick Oven donated the pizzas for the party, and the owner served them up. The Waters management and staff sang happy birthday to Mary, and served her special meal. As a sign of the times, everyone of course was wearing masks .
The August issue of the Midwest Book Review features reviews for two books RMA Publicity represents: Almost the Truth: Stories and Lies by Aaron Zevy and Amandla by Alix Jans. Both titles received strong praise from Senior Reviewer Diane Donovan.
Of Almost the Truth: Stories and Lies she says: "Almost the Truth: Stories and Lies is uniformly one of the more creative, satisfyingly reads of 2020. Readers who enjoy wry humor and life observations that depart from any anticipated pathway will delight in Aaron Zevy's collection, which is often politically or culturally incorrect in delightful ways." Here is a link to the book's Amazon sales page.
In her review of Amandla, Donovan writes, "Anyone who wants to better understand the many undercurrents affecting justice, freedom, and survival in past and present South Africa needs to read Amandla. It serves as the perfect introduction and summation of the country's controversial history, personalizing the story with characters who move through generations of conflict in a desperate attempt to win back their worlds and freedom. Amandla is very highly recommended for not only its historical roots, but for its ability to inject thriller, romance, and family history components into the bigger picture of South African issues and cultural perspectives." Here is a link to the sales page on Amazon.
Well done gentlemen!