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Steven Greenberg

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I am a professional writer, as well as a full-time cook, cleaner, chauffeur, and work-at-home single Dad for three amazing teenagers. Born in Texas and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana, I emigrated to Israel only months before the first Gulf War, following graduation from Indiana University in 1990. In 1996, I was drafted into the Israel Defense Forces, where I served for 12 years as a Reserves Combat Medic. Since 2002, I’ve worked as an independent marketing writer, copywriter and consultant.

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I am a writer by nature. It’s always been how I express myself best. I’ve been writing stories, letters, journals, songs, and poems since I could pick up a pencil, but it took me 20-odd years to figure out that I could ge
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Galerie

3.62 avg rating — 156 ratings — published 2015 — 5 editions
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3.91 avg rating — 23 ratings — published 2012 — 4 editions
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"Galerie I found this book to be a bit of a refreshing change from the usual fare these days. Why? Because the author took the time not only to research his subject matter to a great degree, but also to write for me, a reader who enjoys great prose.

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Moving and Compelling

Sam’s story will stick with you, long after you put Desert Rice down. Smoothly and insightfully told despite the narrator’s youth, the book is emotionally gripping and its fluid plot twists surprise right up the end.
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It takes a rare mind of beautiful depth to write a book like this.

I read Jellicle Girl in just a few sittings, and looked forward to getting back to the story each time I left. Beth is such a real character - in her fragility, in her endless question
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Compelling, Moving, Brilliant!

I read this book in one sitting – something I almost never do. It is seldom that I have met a character portrayed as empathetically or crafted as intricately as Hannah, who moves within a story that is wildly compelling,
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“I believe that there is no substitute for actually touching evidence, viewing artifacts, visiting a site.”
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“been sent, together with 2498 other people, to Auschwitz on Transport Ek, which left Terezin on September 28, 1944. And she knew, of course, for certain that Vanesa Sr. was among the “lucky” 20% that were not sent immediately on arrival to the gas chambers, and that she was one of the only 51 people from Transport Ek that ultimately survived the war.”
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“However, since Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it, in the end Nobody did.”
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Anastasia Shalom, Steven. Toda for the friendship. Go IDF!!!!


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