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Best Selling Book, “Where is Home?” Is Now Free on Amazon for 5 Days (until 04/06/2018)

Pasadena, CA – WEBWIRE

Best Seller Publishing announces the release of Anneros Valensi’s new book Where is Home?: How a Childhood in East Germany during World War II Shaped My Adult Life - 2nd Edition.” It will be available for free download in the Amazon Kindle Store on April 2nd.
World War II interrupted Anneros Valensi’s childhood. Born in East Germany in 1938, she was just six years old when the war and its fallout struck her and her family. In “Where is Home?” she shares the story of how she survived the miseries of war.

In a narrative told from the perspective of a six-year-old child, this memoir shares the realities of what life was like during that time and what needed to be done to stay alive. Valensi tells the stories of war, beginning with the cruel Russian occupation of her homeland, the trauma of an unsettled life, her family’s move to West Germany in 1946, the drafting of her father into the army, and life with her mother and four siblings when there was scant food and no shelter. “Where is Home?” follows Valensi as she seeks a new life first in London and then later in the United States.

Providing stark, firsthand insight into the realities of war, “Where is Home?” tells one family’s story, the challenges they encountered, and the long-term effects on their psyches.
“Where is Home?”  by Anneros Valensi will be free and available for download on Amazon for 5 days (04/02/2018 – 04/06/2018) at:

“Where is Home?” has a 5.0-star rating on Here’s what some people are saying:

“I found the book fascinating as it was written through the eyes of a six year old giving vivid and detailed account of a young family being displaced from their home during the war. Because it was written in plain simple language I was able to immerse myself into the story and felt compassion and empathy for the mother. I would have liked to hear more about what role the father played in making sure that his family was safe and taken care of even though he was away in the battlefield.” – Valrie Williams
“The title alerts us the forced out-migrations 7 decades ago that mirror today’s not-so-welcomed in-migration into Germany. Good thing the author has settled in the U.S. and written the book to enlighten those of us whose struggles have not been great and complaints are loud.” – Jenny W.

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About the Author:
Anneros Valesni was born at the time of World War II in the Eastern part of Germany. In 1945 her misery started. Valensi and her family had to live under Russian occupancy with no food, no shelter, no safety, only danger. In 1946 they were evicted from their homeland and distributed in West Germany. Life was still harsh and very traumatic. Once they were able to go to school again, they studied hard dreaming of a home a place to belong to.

Valensi and her five siblings were very young. When they turned eighteen, they were expected to take care of thier own life. She became an RN and then her curiosity about the world lead her to England to improve her English. Her strong will and sense of adventure helped her to find a good job followed by getting accepted by TWA (Trans World Airlines) to train as flight attendant in Kansas City.

In 1966 Valensi arrived in America and her life took off. She met her husband, they were married and raised two children. Life was good and fulfilling, but her curiosity propelled her to make more dreams come true. She studied to open her own boutique. When her husband fell ill and after many years of my caring for him, Valensi started writing her memoir encouraged by her coach and teacher to publish it. She was fortunate having been married to a wonderful man, who made her whole after her traumatic war experiences. 

Valensi’s memoir is in two volumes: “Where is Home?” and “Finding Happiness in America.” They are available on Amazon. Her children are grown. they turned into productive citizens, and she have three wonderful grandchildren.

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