Felice Cohen, the grandchild of two Holocaust survivors, is the author of the award-winning book "What Papa Told Me," a memoir about her grandfather's life before, during and after the war. Her newest book, "90 Lessons for Living Large in 90 Square Feet (...or more)", is a motivational self-help book based on the video of her 90-square-foot Manhattan studio that went viral with millions of views on YouTube.com, gaining media attention around the globe. Her video was also featured on many top websites such as AOL, Yahoo, the Huffington Post, the Globe and Mail, and the U.K.'s Daily Mail. Felice writes the blog "Living Large in Any Space." What enabled Felice to "live large" in that tiny studio is that she's been a professional organizer for over 20 years. Here is the link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZSdrtEqcHU
A little more about her book "What Papa Told Me": The book has been endorsed by Elie Wiesel and Yad Vashem, has sold thousands of copies worldwide and has been translated into Polish. It won three honorable mention book awards, is part of some schools' Holocaust curriculum and is in several Holocaust Museums in the U.S., Poland and the U.K. Felice has spoken to thousands of students and adults and is featured in two documentaries focusing on grandchildren of survivors: Memory After Belsen and I Am Carrying the Holocaust in My Pocket. She has a chapter in the anthology "In the Shadows of Memory: The Holocaust and the Third Generation," each chapter written by a grandchild of survivors.
Felice also writes a series of books called The Fancy Tales (www.thefancytales.com), which are modern day New York City versions of the classic fairy tales we grew up with, yet they contain a wholesomely presented and slightly sophisticated gay twist. These books are under the pen name Weecee. The first three in the series include: She'safella, Peter Pan Zee and Jack and the Bad Stock.
For information on speaking engagements, her books or having Felice organize your life, please visit her website www.felicecohen.com