Category Archives: Hitler

F.D.R.: TWO DAYS BEFORE HE DIED

Going through my late Grandmother Smith’s well-worn, 1926 Bible, I found a newspaper clipping. Here is the story. “Meditation by F.D.R. on Hill Before Death” “ATLANTA, GA. (U.P.) – “Two days before he died Thursday, President Roosevelt went alone to … Continue reading

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Broken Glass~~Broken People

During  research for my latest novel, Empty Frames, I found a story about Jewish children in an orphanage on the “Night of Broken Glass,” November 9, 1938.  In Germany and throughout Europe, it looked and sounded more like a bad dream than … Continue reading

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The Psychology of Insomnia

Counting sheep? Listening to the clock tick? Drinking warm milk or hot tea? All are potential signs of insomnia. Me? It’s 5:23 a.m. I went to bed at 11:00 p.m. and slept for an hour. When I heard a buzzing … Continue reading

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