Stories By Kelly Hartog
Love Junkie by Rachel ResnickMay 22, 2020
It takes an enormous amount of courage for Resnick to put her life story on the...
Lisa Alcalay Klug: Releasing Your Inner HeebsterMay 19, 2020
But for now, there is only one book and it’s a book that’s all about shouting...
Night Swimming – by Robin SchwarzApril 26, 2020
What would you do if you went to your doctor for a routine check up only...
How Israel Lost: The Four QuestionsApril 25, 2020
There’s an old saying among the Jews that goes something along the lines of: we don’t...
Devil In The Details – by Jennifer TraigFebruary 20, 2020
All parents of adolescents despair of them, particularly those with teenage daughters. Endless hours on the...
Dancing With Einstein by Kate WennerJanuary 24, 2020
Combining fact with fiction, Kate Wenner’s “Dancing with Einstein” is a carefully crafted novel that manages...
Campus Sexpot by David CarkeetJanuary 20, 2020
Naturally, the publishing of this book complete with its intrigue, loose morals, and the real citizens’...
About My Sisters – by Debra GinsbergJanuary 13, 2020
Ginsberg writes in vivid fly-on-the-wall detail about the complex relationships she has with each of her...
A Chance Meeting: by Rachel CohenJanuary 12, 2020
In this, her debut book, Harvard graduate Rachel Cohen weaves a literary tapestry encompassing the lives...
Mullahs, Mini Skirts and Carson DalyJanuary 6, 2020
“Part of the richness of the home culture I come from and what makes it fascinating...
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