FREE e-books on until March 12th

Yes, FREE is the cheapest I can offer my books at this time as a show of support for the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. I know reading my WWII memoir, “We Don’t Talk About That,” will be like a ‘close encounter’ with war and go deeper than only seeing it on TV. Learning more about what happened more than half a century ago and comparing history and the news of conflict right now will give the reader new insight.

The sequel “Flight into the Unknown” tells you the story of my experience as an immigrant to Canada. I was trying to get away from the ’aftermath’ of war, having lived in three Germanys: Ten years under the Nazis, ten years under tight Communist rule and, after escaping nearly ten years in capitalistic lucrative West Germany. I know what it’s like to be a second-class citizen. Unfortunately, or fortunately, I am one of the few people still alive who were there and can tell the tale!

Clicking to buy will automatically add the FREE coupon. Click HERE to download your free copy of “We Don’t Talk About That” and HERE to download “Flight into the Unknown”.

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About gmroeder

Author: - there was so much I never talked about and now, that my memoir "We Don't Talk About That" is written I can't stop talking about it. And the reviews I get are awesome; so I think this book needed to be written. Interesting that I receive many e-mails from people who read the book and now tell me their similar stories... Did I open "a can of worms?" I think there are so many people who carry a heavy memory load and they do need to "unload". But interesting enough, even more people want to know MORE of my life and therefore I am working on a sequel.

4 thoughts on “FREE e-books on until March 12th

  1. During these dangerous times, I often think of your incredible story of survival. I did not, however, think we’d ever repeat history’s errors.

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    • No, never! Every year, we remind everybody: “lest we forget.” History has a way of repeating itself.

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