World Ward II Survivor Shares Personal Journey, Keeps Past Alive
Christel Bresko Traces Back Roots as She Enlists Her Book in FIBF 2015
“Her book shows how a child growing up in war torn Germany could still grow into a young woman full of hope, with determination and inner strength to pursue an education,”
Author Christel Decker Bresko published Mother, If in Heaven There Are No Apples, I Don’t Want to Go There in 2012. The book details her unforgettable experiences during and after World War II that shaped her to become the person that she is today.
“Her book shows how a child growing up in war torn Germany could still grow into a young woman full of hope, with determination and inner strength to pursue an education,” says reader Ruth H., in her review on Amazon.com.
The inspiring book has made readers get a glimpse of what life was like for Bresko as she was growing up in an unlikely environment and how she was able to start a new and better life after the war.
The author, with the desire to share her personal journey with more people, has collaborated with LitFire Publishing – an international provider of self-publishing and marketing solutions – to get her book displayed in this year’s biggest international book exhibit in Germany – her motherland.
Bresko states, [i"Writing this book added great joy and spice to my Golden Years, not just remembering but to keep my past alive.”[/i]
For those who would like to know more about the book, it will be displayed at the Frankfurt International Book Fair to be held on the 14th to the 18th of October 2015 in Frankfurt, Germany.
Mother, If in Heaven There Are No Apples, I Don’t Want to Go There
By: Christel Decker Bresko
Kindle | $8.99
Paperback | $14.99
Book copies are available on www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Christel Decker Bresko was born in 1937 in Germany. She was the oldest of three children. Having experienced to be under Hitler’s regime, it had been a difficult time for her entire family. They experienced famine; even just getting an apple seemed to be impossible.
With her desire to see the world, she went to England in 1957 to study the English language. She also enrolled in a nursing program and received her degree in 1962. Then she was ready. She went to see the world. She journeyed to the USA in 1968 and ended up in the Arctic Alaska. Now retired, she enjoys travel, walking, swimming, reading, and writing in her spare time.
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