New York, NY, December 30, 2023 — Suzanna Mack, a retired nurse and a loving mom and grandmother who has traveled to and lived in a number of international locations everywhere in the world, has accomplished her new e book, “H.C.N.O. Hydrogen, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen: The Four Elements That Make Up Organisms That Can Live and Reproduce”: a group of 4 tales based mostly on true occasions that follows the intersecting lives of 4 courageous people residing in Europe throughout World War II.
Born in Australia within the Fifties, creator Suzanna Mack traveled together with her dad and mom to the UK on the age of ten the place she lived for 2 years. She returned to Australia within the late ’60s, the place she spent her teenage years, and when she completed her education, she studied to develop into a nurse.
The creator did a post-graduate course in rehabilitation nursing, which led her to develop into a house care sister and be concerned in trialing new strategies. Following twenty years of medical nursing, she grew to become a research coordinator managing medical analysis trials at instructing hospitals in Australia and the UK. Suzanna married in her mid-twenties and labored round Australia as a nurse, ultimately retiring in 2013. Now residing within the Pacific Northwest, her hobbies embody studying, writing, drawing, folks artwork, cooking and preserving backyard produce grown by her husband, and taking part in together with her grandchildren.
“Four people from 4 completely different international locations expertise their distinctive trials as younger folks caught up within the struggles and tragedies of the 2nd World War,” writes Suzanna. “Each has their very own story of dedication and braveness resulting in a standard objective of survival and restore in coping with their very own circumstances. Each will attain a spot of problem and development to seek out love and household. Some paths will cross however it’s the results of their persistence and power that the longer term will convey all of them collectively in a wierd land. These are tales of immigration, and alternative, celebrating their legacy.”