In North Carolina author's final book, military wives and widows share stories

Anthology sponsored by the society of Military Widows as a celebration of its 50th anniversary.
By: Rita Berman, freelance writer
Rita portrait 2017
Rita portrait 2017
MEBANE, N.C. - March 11, 2018 - PRLog -- Rita Berman says "Military Wives and Widows Tell Their Stories," (CreateSpace) is her sixth and final book.  "I really can't think of anything else I want to write about."

Previous works have included a biography, a mystery-romance, her dating adventures, and the story of her childhood in England during the London Blitz.

In "Military Wives and Widows Tell Their Stories," Berman compiles 26 accounts that tell about service life from perspectives of the wives and widows. "They recall falling in love with a man in uniform," she says. "Some widows are in their 80s, one is 95 and some are as young as about 40." She has included her own story in the book.

"Including WWII to the present day, the United States has been involved in 19 wars or conflicts that resulted in the deaths of service members....Except for NOAA all branches of the uniformed services are represented.  Some of the women were also in the military."

All royalties from sale of the Kindle or paper-back versions will go to the Society of Military Widows.

Berman, who has been a freelance writer for more than 50 years lives in Mebane, N.C.
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