Barbara Post-Askin, Author of “Reflections of Liberty” Will Be in Clearwater, FL for Part of Her Nationwide Book Signing Tour

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Barbara Post-Askin, author of Reflections of Liberty: Memoir, and 83-years young, brings to you the reality, the truth, the romance and the visualization of World War II like never before seen. Her words passionately speak from the heart of The Great Depression into the souls of today's generation.

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Only if we understand our past can we move forward to a brighter future.

Barbara Post-Askin, author of Reflections of Liberty: Memoir will be holding a book signing at the Barnes and Noble location in Clearwater, FL on December 6, 2014 as part of her nationwide book signing tour. The book signing will begin at 1:00 PM at 23654 US 19, North Clearwater, FL.

Barbara Post-Askin was born June 5, 1931 and grew up in Brooklyn, New York during the Great Depression and World War II. During her childhood years, she treasured the many hours she spent listening to survivors of the Civil War on the radio. It helped her to understand the sacrifices made not just for her but for everyone living in this country. Barbara's journey through these challenging times inspired her thirst for history, and validated the power of liberty on which America was built.

In her memoir, the stories of Barbara Post-Askin illuminate the forgotten potential of the American people as she recaptures the memories of struggles and triumphs during many of the darkest years of this country’s history. These tales of experience take us back to a time when freedom, hard work, perseverance, and family connections were the undeniable rights of our young nation’s population. From the steam ships that carried hopeful immigrants to this new land of opportunity, to the tragedies surrounding the brutality of World War II, Reflections of Liberty takes readers on a journey of national, spiritual, and personal revival. Braided with humor and romance, but also fear and uncertainty, these stories remind readers of the power of interpersonal trust and connection, while also shedding light on the dangerous parallels that are becoming ever more visible between today’s political climate and that of an early 20th-century America.

Barbara’s main objective in writing this book is to not only leave a legacy for her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren but to show each of you some of the mistakes that this country has made so you will not relive those same times of hardship and pain. Only if we understand our past can we move forward to a brighter future, and one that is safe and one that thrives off of the good of people and the leadership of this country.

Barnes and Noble 5-Star Review
“Mrs. Post-Askin’s book, Reflections of Liberty, is a modern-day history classic. 5 out of 5 stars for the magnificent portrait of American history!”

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