This will raise a few eyebrows, but when you get it, especially the title, you’ll understand, hopefully.
Rochelle Wisoff-Fields writes “the songs that make the whole world s-i-i-i-i-ig!” Actually, she writes novels like Please Say Kaddish For me and From Silt and Ashes and they are terrific. Buy a couple of hundred of them or so. They make great gifts!
This is also her photo.
The girls peered out of their cave. Civilization had gone up in volcanic lava and molten rocks, not unlike the previous families, who were washed away in a great flood. Mother was dead. Father was all they had.
The sisters reasoned the earth was destroyed. They and their father were it.
“It’s up to us now.”
They mixed up some wine, much stronger than normal, gave it to their father, the last living man on earth, got him drunk and impregnated themselves. The human race would go on.
At the same time, their father’s cousin, Abram, who lived in Canaan …