Rosetta is on TOP-Again!
Rosetta Schwartz 1909-2006
That's her at the top of the heap back in in the 1920s during a day at the beach. Her sister Edna is the one on the left.
The response to the free Kindle edition of Rosetta's memoir on June 6-7 was overwhelming. In two days nearly 5,300 copies were downloaded followed by many more people buying copies from Amazon for only $2.99.
Rosetta almost made her 97th birthday, but If she had lived long enough to see this response and realized how many people will now read her stories and tell their friends and relatives about her book, she would have been ecstatic. After all, when she was approached and asked to write about her life, her answer was, "But I'm not a writer, Honey."
Oh yes she was. The book came about because I turned one of her favorite phrases around and used it on her: "You can do it." And, she not only wrote Part I of the book, she did it with a flair for comedy in a tightly written memoir.
Morgan St. James
From Part II:
I remember when Aunt Rosetta walked into a room it was painted with sunshine. Soon that room overflowed with laughter. Laughter is contagious and let me tell you Aunt Rosetta was the primary carrier. Even though she is no longer with us, I know that she is spreading sunshine and laughter somewhere.
Nephew Sandy Schwartz, her brother Charlie's son