North Carolina writer publishes her memoir of life in London during the Blitz of WWII

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MEBANE, N.C. - Aug. 18, 2016 - PRLog -- Rita Berman's latest book reaches back to her childhood experiences of growing up in the East End of London, England during World War II. She recalls food rationing, evacuations, and the bombing of her grandparents' house and factory. Rita and her cousins are descendants of a blacksmith and tailor who fled to England in the late 1880s,to escape anti-Semitism of the time and opened family business.

Parallel Lives is now available on Barnes & Noble and well as outlets.

Previous books are The A-Z of Writing and Selling, The Dating Adventures of a Widow, and The Key (a mystery-novel).

Visit Rita's website for details about Rita's creative work as writer, editor, and lecturer.  After 40 years in Chapel Hill, NC she moved to Mebane, NC.

Also includes memoirs from Diana Goldsmith who lives in England, Harvey Mitchell,in  Israel, Stan Mishkin, in Canada, and Gerry Freed and Ed Goldsmith in Australia.

Rita's work has appeared in diverse magazines in the United States and U.K.

Rita Berman, freelance writer and editor
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