Christel Bresko Talks About What Life Was Like During and After the War
German author takes her autobiographical book to FIL 2015 to share her story.
“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; who through her strong faith in God and prayer, became a woman that desired to serve God by helping others.”
Growing up during the time of the war wasn’t easy for Christel Bresko and her family. Although her life was filled with hardships, she was able to make it through the storm. And she tells her compelling story through her book, Mother, If in Heaven There Are No Apples, I Don’t Want to Go There.
First published in November 2012, the autobiography has garnered praise from the readers. One review on Amazon stated that “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; who through her strong faith in God and prayer, became a woman that desired to serve God by helping others.” (Ruth H.)
It has been republished, under LitFire Publishing, on November 2015.
The book will be showcased by LitFire Publishing at the Guadalajara International Book Fair (FIL 2015 this year. For those who are interested to know more about Bresko’s book, kindly pay a visit to LitFire’s booth. The fair will open its doors to authors, publishers, industry professionals, and all kinds of book enthusiasts from November 28 until December 6, 2015.
Mother, If in Heaven There Are No Apples, I Don’t Want to Go There
Written by Christel Bresko
Kindle | $ 8.99
Paperback | $ 10.99
Book copies are available at www.litfirepublishing.com, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and all other online book retailers.
About the Author
Christel Bresko was born and raised in Germany, during the time of Hitler. Her father served the German Army until 1945, and her mother took care of her and the rest of her siblings while he was away.
When the war subsided, Bresko went to England in 1957 to study the English language. A year later, she studied nursing. She attained her degree in 1962. She traveled the world shortly after, and then moved to the USA in 1968.
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