Jun 30, 2019
Welcome to Tales by Tom. The short story stylings of Tom Cagley Sr. Today we continue the series titled "The Titles Often Mimic The First Lines." This series of stories tell the tales of Tom Cagley Sr's life, death of friends and relatives, and just stuff!
Today the stories are The Scene Was A Large Office and It Was In The New York Times (I particularly like the second story -- it works very well with the Re-read Saturday of Thinking Fast and Slow.)
Tom Cagley Sr published a new book titled, Even the Day of My Wedding: A Love Story Born of the Holocaust." This story, a love story, is the story of Meyer Lasker, a 19-year-old Polish Jew, who survived the horrors of the Holocaust. Meyer loses track of his love when she comes to the States. The story tells how they reconnect . . . First love, last chance?
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Remember Tom Cagley Sr's previous book, "I Was Your Son: A Troubled Journey" is still available on Amazon. Buy a copy of "I Was Your Son: A Troubled Journey" on Amazon http://ow.ly/ug4ru
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