A Glimpse Of My New Book, “The Tiger’s Widow”

Widow_Cover3I am preparing to release Book 2 in my Stories of the Lost series in August. “The Tiger’s Widow” changed from the original focus. I hope you enjoy the new synopsis below. Sign up for my newsletter for release information and book bundle deals. I plan to offer bundles of Books 1 and 2 of the Stories of the Lost series so you get Ginny’s entire story.

Love knows no boundaries of time and space or life and death. It exists forever in our hearts as we remember and honor those who have gone before us. Through those memories we pass life lessons on to the next generation. We teach others there is light after darkness, hope after despair, and love is the glue that puts shattered hearts back together. This is a story of five hearts separated by time and space; hearts which would meet in the perfect moment. It is a story about never ending love that lived on even after death.

Join me on a journey that spans 72 years and several continents. This is the story of the life of Virginia Scharer Brouk, the wife of Flying Tiger, Robert Brouk. Virginia picked up the pieces of her life and joined the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, later known as the Women’s Army Corps (WAC,) to take up the fight after Robert was killed in a plane crash. Virginia’s story is of life, loss, war, and the connection of hearts filled with love.

© 2014, Jennifer Holik, Woodridge, IL

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4 thoughts on “A Glimpse Of My New Book, “The Tiger’s Widow”

  1. I will get the books shortly.
    We had the idea to do a book on the wives of the West Point Class of 41. They know us and they are the real thread that allowed these great officers to handle the affairs of war and on. Ideally women live a bit longer because they are always younger than their husbands. We touch on this briefly in our book and it is very touching. We may do a magazine article on this when we have the time.
    As you know launching a book is a massive undertaking. We will be launching shortly at the Pentagon, One Naval Academy graduate is arranging that.
    Can’t wait to read your series. I think many writers miss the mark. So many of adult novels should be written for kids. I want to do that, but it’s time consuming. Ya need to get a children’s writer. Have a good day

    • Thank you for your comment PJ. Yes, book launches are huge and I’ll have three this year. It is a great privilege to write such incredible stories. I have considered writing for YA but the muse has not yet said it is time.

  2. Jim Neill

    I met an interesting and beautiful lady in Taipei who told me she was the widow of a flying tigers pilot. This was in the late 1990″s and I recall she lived in Taipei but can’t remember her name. Do yo know who this is?

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