Ruth Samuel Tenenholtz, author
How I got here
I’ve been crafting stories for as long as I can remember, but in 2000 I decided to take the plunge and dedicate myself fulltime to the writing profession. Since then, I’ve been very fortunate to have had my work featured in a variety of publications.
I look at the world through a writer’s lens. I see stories in everyday life just waiting to be told and do my best to be the medium through which they reach the page. To find out more about my work, browse my newly updated Author Portfolio and get in touch if you have any questions or would like to discuss working together.
Land of many bridges
As the threat of Nazi violence against the Jews of Overijssel grows, David Simon Samuel ties a knot in the corner of his huge red handkerchief to remind him of the "inner whisper" warning against the danger of Hitler. This marks the beginning the horrifying years endured by David and his extended family.
My sister, My self
What motivates a nearly seventy-year-old woman to go on a quest to find her sister who was kidnapped by the Catholic church after WWII ended and was never found.
The book follows her on a quest that not only hopefully will lead her to her lost sister, but also on a quest into her own identity.
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