New Xulon Historical Memoirs: Extraordinary Stories That Paint Unique Pictures Of WWII Events Through The Eyes Of Families Who Lived Through These Disturbing Times

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Carol Grey Honza dedicates this book to veterans – to show them her thankfulness and appreciation through these fascinating works and stories of her life

Invisible is the Color of the Wind

... be inspired by the words and events depicting historic military achievements and wartime lifestyles as personally experienced by me and my military family

Within the pages of Carol Grey Honza’s new book, Invisible is the Color of the Wind, ($14.99, paperback, 9781498479189; $25.99, hardcover, 9781498479196) readers will enjoy a collection of poems, short stories, and illustrations from the author’s life, inspired by her direct connection with World War II, with her father having been a WWII veteran. This book is a two-part tapestry of personal experiences. Part One: “The Winds of War” contains historic-based epics centered within the WWII era, its wide-ranging destruction, and resulting torments inflicted upon homelands. These chapters involve personal memoirs of military and personal lifetime events experience by the author and her family during the most ferocious worldwide epoch of wartime in history. Part Two: “The Vanishing Winds of Time” includes a collection of poignant short stories, heartfelt chronicles, and poetic accents that will leave the reader amused, captivated, and entertained. The author's original storylines express a wide variety of emotions embracing humorous, thought-provoking, and compelling lifetime experiences.

“I hope that readers will be inspired by the words and events depicting historic military achievements and wartime lifestyles as personally experienced by me and my military family,” states the author. “These events fostered the protection of our homeland, our freedoms, and inspired the expansion of American patriotism.”

Carol Grey Honza was raised in Dallas, Texas. She grew up in a military family immersed in WWII and the Korean War activities. As the daughter of a WWII pilot who served in the European Conflict, the Pacific/Asia Conflict, and the Korean War, she and her family faced many challenges during this disturbing time in history. The patriotic spirit of military personnel and their homeland families truly inspired Carol – thereby inspiring her to write this outstanding book.

Carol graduated from Northwood University with a BBA Degree in Management. She had a successful career in real estate, as broker-owner, and manager of an independent real estate firm for over thirty years. Following her real estate career, she worked numerous years for the federal government [FDIC], retiring in 2001. She began her writing career as a business editor for a local newspaper, and thereafter expanded her focus to include providing freelance journalistic services to numerous newspapers throughout north Texas. She published her first book in 2013, A Mystery at St. Ann’s, The Orphan’s Christmas Miracle, a picture book with a storyline that evolved from a narrative poem she wrote long ago. She confesses to being a closet poet – having penned hundreds of poems over many years. A second book was published in 2014, My Heart’s Inkwell – a book of her poetry and short stories. She currently resides in Ennis, Texas with her husband Jerry of 58 years. They are blessed with a loving family of four children, nine grandchildren, and one great grandchild.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Invisible is the Color of the Wind through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

Media Contact: Carol Grey Honza
Email: thehonzas(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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