Young Regina was only a child when Adolph Hitler’s armies invaded her hometown, Kiwerece, Poland, ravaging the beautiful countryside and destroying nearly everything that was dear to her. Her anguish is captured in this memoir that traces her journey through the heartaches of war.
But the experiences that tarnish her innocence—squalid labor camps and relentless hunger—deepen her compassion and awaken her budding talent and intuition. Regina evolves into a woman of strength and heightened self awareness.
That’s Not a Scar; That’s a Beauty Mark is filled with spiritual messages and life lessons. It’s a treatise to the supernatural power of faith and forgiveness.
“The mystical and historical perspectives of this book make it one of a kind. The author delivers her personal story with dramatic flair—all the while adding words of advice and encouragement for others. The reader will learn and be inspired.”
—Herbert R. Metoyer, Jr., author, Small Fires in the Sun