Farewell, Mr. Ticho.

This will be a short post as it has been a hectic 24 hours.

Our autobiographical essayist Charles Ticho passed away yesterday in his home. He was 95.

Gayle and I had the pleasure of publishing Mr. Ticho’s book, Stops Along the Way. It’s a Jewish child’s view of the Holocaust and follows his family while they rebuild their life in the United States and we get a peak of his career in film production.

To learn more about Mr. Ticho, I encourage you to read his obituary here.

Oddly enough, during the weekend I started reading a memoir of Jewish conversion, Since Sinai. Part of the reason I was drawn to Mr. Ticho’s story is because I am a history nerd. But the other reason is because while I know nothing but the basics about Judaism, I find myself perpetually drawn to it.

I wish Mr. Ticho’s family and friends solace at this time and I am proud to carry his book among the Parisian Phoenix titles.

To purchase Mr. Ticho’s book, and support a local independent bookseller, click here.

The Amazon link is here.

Published by Angel Ackerman

Writer, Editor, Traveler, Fashionista, Francophile, Student and Mother Publisher at Parisian Phoenix (parisianphoenix.com) Author of the Fashion and Fiends series

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