Every child has a moment when their parents fall from grace and become fallible humans. For Beth Schmitt, a young German girl, this fall was anything but easy. It is through violence and loss that she is forced to confront what it means for her father to be a high ranking Nazi officer. When her rose colored glasses fell and her innocence was stolen, friends disappeared and she had to start redefining what family could mean.
Beth's Hope follows a woman haunted by her World War 2 experiences. She now has the challenge and opportunity to return to the place where the echoes of the innocents lost still linger. Her past has followed her and affected the way she and her children think about the world and now that place is calling her back home and it's time to finally tell them all her story.
ISBN : 978-1-80439-387-1
Pages : 394
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Sarah Willingham is a first-time author with a bachelor's degree in psychology. The first draft of Beth's Hope was written when she was just twelve years old. After years of hard work and determination, that far-fetched dream of getting published has finally become a reality. She comes from a long line of creative women who also love to express themselves through creative writing. She will be the first published author in her family, and she couldn't be more excited. Sarah is excited to continue her writing journey and hopefully share her other works in the future.