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“Grace Will Lead Me Home,” A Memoir by Paul Gerhard Tittel Will Be Displayed at the L.A. Times Festival of Books

In a new volume, the author of “Never Alone” expands his story of suffering, courage, determination, and ultimately, liberty made possible by the grace of God.

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Catch the exhibit for “Grace Will Lead Me Home” at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.

The independently-published memoir “Grace Will Lead Me Home” (iUniverse; 2006) by Paul Gerhard Tittel will be exhibited at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books 2020 on October 3 - 4, 2020 at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.
First held in 1996, the Festival of Books has since become an essential part of Los Angeles’ cultural and educational scene. The largest book festival in the country attracts approximately 150,000 visitors. The annual, free public festival hosts author panels, book signing sessions, storytelling, musical performances, culinary classes, and more. Aside from books, new and original works of art and photography will also be on display. 
Tittel’s memoir “Grace Will Lead Me Home” will be displayed by ReadersMagnet at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books 2020.
The book serves to expand the author’s story in “Never Alone,” published in 2015. “It had to be brought to light,” said Tittel about his reason to publish his memoir, “because you, the readers wanted to know and read more about God’s grace, love and His leading me in many ways of my life.”
“Grace Will Lead Me Home” tells the stories of Tittel and two relatives and the hellish conditions they each had to survive to finally find a way home. The author was just an adolescent when the horrors of World War II ravaged his home. The subsequent Soviet occupation of East Germany only added a new kind of brutality to everyday life. He was determined to escape, but he was only sixteen. Could he really find a way out of Soviet control?
As Tittel tells the story of his own journey into the light, he also looks back at the two relatives who had equally trying lives. One was gravely injured during World War I. The other was sent to a Siberian prison camp for five years. In both cases, the men had no idea whether they would survive their ordeals. The only thing that kept any of them going was God’s grace.
How does God’s grace sustain these three men in the most trying circumstances? Read all about it in Paul Gerhard Tittel’s “Grace Will Lead Me Home.” Order a copy today on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Grace Will Lead Me Home
Author | Paul Gerhard Tittel
Published date | July 22, 2017
Publisher | CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Paperback price | $16.95
Author Bio
Paul-Gerhard Tittel came of age during World War II and the subsequent Soviet occupation of Eastern Europe. He escaped to West Germany at the age of sixteen and eventually immigrated to the United States. He studied at Johns Hopkins University and received his bachelor’s degree in mathematics. He went on to become an instructor in the ophthalmology department of the University of Maryland. Tittel has been married to his wife for fifty-seven years. They have six children and fifteen grandchildren. In his spare time, he enjoys playing several musical instruments and serving as choir director. While he acknowledges that the road to happiness was long and difficult, he is enormously proud of his family and their many accomplishments.

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