Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Beneath A Stormy Cloud: Free On #Kindle 8/27/15 - 8/31/15

Eighteen months after my dear mother left this physical world I struggle with a multitude of brimming boxes of her journals, poems, original music, drawings, photographs, cassette tapes, movie reviews, and other miscellanea... Naomi Litvin 2013


Edith Festinger Litvin, Holocaust Survivor
Nagybana, Hungary
 #Free On #Kindle for 5 days
August 27-31, 2015

Foreword
click  this link for free kindle copy
She was prolific, that is for sure. She sought to be recognized for her talent. I wonder if these physical goods are symbolic of my emotional struggle. I can’t seem to move on with my life. Or I should say that all of my valiant attempts to move on seem to pale next to the huge emotional cloud bogging me down. I feel as though I am in quicksand, if I move forward just a bit, I will be sucked into an abyss of wet concrete.

Monday, August 17, 2015

The adventures of Natasha (The Masada Faktor) continue...

Ocean Beach, San Francisco, August 2015 Photo by Naomi Litvin
Yes, I realize I don't have a review posted yet on Amazon for The Masada Faktor (hint hint) but I can't stop myself from beginning the sequel (untitled so far) which continues my protagonist's adventures based on my own real travels. I have been on the road for about nine weeks researching from Jerusalem and Tel Aviv to San Diego and up the South Coast of California; and onward to the San Francisco Bay Area. Natasha has been very busy (in my mind). So please stay tuned for the sequel which will be out in electronic form on Kindle as soon as possible. Until we meet again...


















Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Naomi Litvin is available for book talks in USA!


Naomi is currently scheduling book talks on the
West Coast, USA
naomilitvin@yahoo.com

The Masada Faktor is Naomi's first
fiction and has adult content. It takes place in Israel before and 
during the Gaza War 2014.

We Never Lost Hope: A Holocaust Memoir and LoveStory is Naomi's parents World War II memoir and is
nonfiction. It contains the late Sir Martin Gilbert's
foreword and two of his maps. It is appropriate for grades 8
 and up.

Beneath A Stormy Cloud: Moving On Without Her
is an anthology of Holocaust Survivor Edith Litvin's poetry and Naomi's commentary and is appropriate for grades 8 and up.





Wednesday, July 22, 2015

The Masada Faktor is #Free on #Kindle July 24, 25, 26

1st Review: Valerie Francis ‪#‎TheMasadaFaktor‬ Rich with real life events, adventure, mystery and surprises, Naomi Litvin has woven a story that will take you on a thought provoking journey!

#Free on #Kindle 3 days only! click
July 24, 25, 26



Set in modern day Israel, 2014, before and during the Gaza War, Natasha Bernard has immigrated to the Holy Land. Natasha is in search of answers to a mystery revealed to her by her mother, on her death bed, which involves the survival of Israel. Seventy years after the end of World War II a plot is set to destroy the Jews to mimic the disaster of Masada. The Masada Faktor was conceived by Hitler in his last days. While in Israel, the Gaza War breaks out, complicating Natasha’s new life.

Monday, July 20, 2015

The Masada Faktor now on Kindle and Paperback!



click to buy > Available in Paperback

Set in modern day Israel, 2014, before and during the Gaza War, Natasha Bernard has immigrated to the Holy Land. Natasha goes in search of answers to a mystery revealed to her by her mother, on her death bed, which involves the survival of Israel. Seventy years after the end of World War II a plot is set to destroy the Jews to mimic the disaster of Masada. The Masada Faktor was conceived by Hitler in his last days. While in Israel, the Gaza War breaks out, complicating Natasha’s new life.