Hannah Browns novel, "If I Could Tell You," is available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iTunes and as an audiobook from Audible.com She is the movie critic for the Jerusalem Post and lives in Jerusalem with her two sons.
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When I turned 18, I had my first legal drink--a strawberry daiquiri--at Windows on the World, the bar/restaurant that was located on the top floor of the World Trade Center.
When my oldest son,…Danny, turns 18 next week, we will take a train from Jerusalem to Haifa, and then we will ride the Carmelit subway for a good part of the day. Danny loves trains and has ever since he was diagnosed with autism when he was 3. In addition to marking his birthday with a cake in… >> Read More
Everyone is busy and everyone has trouble keeping up. While I don't claim any special level of industriousness for myself, I can say that, in the phrase people often use, I have a lot on my…plate. I'm divorced, and I live in Israel, where I have no family, other than my children, to help me out with life's occasional emergencies. My sons are 16 and 12, and my older boy was diagnosed with autism (PDD/NOS) at age 3. He goes to a number of afterschool therapy appointments every week and… >> Read More