Roslyn Franken featured on Hollywood Connections Radio Talk Show

Author Roslyn Franken was interviewed by hosts Dawn Reese and Lisa V. about her internationally acclaimed book, Meant to Be, that has been adapted as a feature-length movie currently in development under Tampa-based Five Star Studios Inc.
Roslyn Franken, author of Meant to Be
Roslyn Franken, author of Meant to Be
TAMPA, Fla. - Oct. 8, 2020 - PRLog -- Roslyn Franken's mother survived the Holocaust concentration camps in Nazi Europe. She faced death in the gas chambers three times and survived. Her father survived the Nagasaki atomic bomb as a prisoner of war in Japan. In Meant to Be, Roslyn tells the story of how her parents survived unimaginable cruelty in the most extraordinary of circumstances as two young prisoners of war on opposite sides of the world and then met to find an everlasting love, against all odds, that was 'Meant to Be'. It is a story of unlikely survival, love and triumph over tragedy that is known for leaving people filled with wonder and inspired with hope at a time when people need all the positive hope and inspiration they can get with all that is going on in the world today.

Her parents' story was the subject of a Gemini award-nominated CBC television documentary entitled Tea at the Embassy. When Roslyn's father passed away in 2016, he was recognized as the last Canadian P.O.W. Nagasaki atomic bomb survivor.

The interview is available on YouTube at starting at 8 minutes and 54 seconds.

For more information about Roslyn Franken, her book, the movie project and to invite her for speaking engagements and media interviews, visit

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