If I Survive is Barbara’s second book on the Holocaust with the first being the biography of William Cooper in 2012. He was an Aboriginal Australian who, as well as being an activist for his people, led the only known private protest worldwide against Kristallnacht, the start of the Holocaust or Shoah in 1938. After writing a historical biography in 2014 on European adventurers who were the first to land on Australian soil in 1606, she has followed in 2018 with her memoir, White Woman Black Heart and The Dying Days of Segregation in Australia. This gripping biography of Lena Goldstein is the first in a series called Faces of Eve and has come out of Barbara’s long history of involvement with the Jewish community in Australia and her 10 trips to Israel with husband Norman attending Christian conferences and leading tour groups. Barbara is a historian, pastor, mediator, psychologist and sociologist. She lives in Cairns, Australia.