Rosally Saltsman is a prolific author and journalist who writes personal essays, short stories, articles and educational books on Jewish religious and spiritual themes. Her new novel explores reincarnation and the purpose of the Jewish soul, its challenges and triumphs. She works as a freelance writer in Israel and hopes for a better understanding and harmony among Jews everywhere because although we are divided into religious and non-religious camps, scattered among seventy nations and were once twelve tribes, we are one people.
Place of Birth: Montreal, Canada
Residence: at "Home" in Israel
Family: One wonderful son, nero yair, till 120.
Education: B.A., Dip. Ed. McGill University
Rosally's articles have appeared on Aish.com, Jewsweek, Jewish World Review, Jewishwriting.com and Dei’ah veDibur websites and in Yated Ne’eman, Mishpacha, Hamodia, Binah, The Jewish Press, The Jewish Tribune, Natural Jewish Parenting, The Jerusalem Post, Soferet, The Jewish News Weekly of Northern California, and Horizons Magazine.
She has contributed essays to two books - Salt, Pepper and Eternity and Library in a Book and her short story The Cat Lady appears in Jane Doe buys a Challah and Other Stories. She offers copywriting, editing, proofreading and translation services and lectures occasionally.