A review of my latest book from an unexpected source.
Disclaimer: I received this book free from Smithcraft Press in exchange for an honest review. I did not receive any form of compensation.
Growing up in a religiously open home, I learned about the basics of various holidays and religious practices. I remember having a friend in Elementary school named Michael H. He would try to explain the various holidays and what they meant. Yom Kippur was one that was explained, but since we were both children, the explanation was extremely rudimentary.
For some reason, this had been one Jewish holy day that I never really learned too much about, even as an adult. So when I found this book on NetGalley, I definitely wanted to read it.
Interestingly enough, this author lives in Florida as well. Not that it really makes much difference, but it was just an interesting fact that I noticed. Especially when he was talking about the…
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