Will you ever write another book like "Day After Night?" I wasn't ready for the story to be over, even though I was so happy they escaped. The Jewish concentration camp life is a horror, and sometimes it isn't narrated correctly through the historical fiction genre. I would love to read more from you in this, but deeper. Could you do it? Or do you think it would be too much?
Hi Kandi You are very perceptive to ask, "Could you do it? Or do you think it would be too much?" The answer is -- it would be too much. I could not write a concentration camp narrative. For me, nobody can match Primo Levy's books on that. And one of the reasons I wanted to write Day After Night was to introduce Holocaust narratives OTHER than the camps.