Friday, February 14, 2014

A Polish Jewish Love Story in "Love on the Road" Anthology for Valentine's Day!

The Anthology "Love on the Road 2013" is an anthology of twelve tales of love and travel. It includes a love story by me. My love story is non-fiction and it depicts love between a Polish-Slovak-American woman (me) and a Jewish man. 

The anthology is well-reviewed here. This review opens with a quote from my story. Here's the quote: "my message will make sense to those who are willing to listen with an open heart, who appreciate contradiction, nuance, and who recognize that in life there is very rarely black and white, but only shades of grey."

You can buy the anthology at Amazon here.

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