Last Week's Guests
KRISTEN SOCHA, a Physician's Assistant with Dr. Chuback in New Jersey, and now an author, too, joined us to discuss her latest release, "Back to School with All New Rules: Coping with COVID-19", a book that she wrote for her two elementary aged daughters, as they prepared to go back to school.
FROM HER AMAZON PAGE:
"The girls are excited to go back to school, but this year will be different! Since the COVID-19 pandemic there are a lot of new rules at school including handwashing, wearing a face mask and social distancing. With a little encouragement from their parents, watch how the girls except all these changes, keep a positive attitude and make the transition back to school a success!
This is a light-hearted picture book that addresses all the changes the kids will face going back to school. This book is great tool for parents and teachers to introduce the new school environment and start a conversation with their kids."
STEVE MARKOFF, an author from California, joined us to discuss his latest release, "The Case Against George W. Bush", in which he considers three areas in which the former president acted with criminal intent, including with regard to 9-11, the Iraq War, and the torturing of prisoners.
FROM HIS AMAZON PAGE:
"The Case Against George W. Bush chronicles the presidency of George W. Bush through almost 600 quotes from over ninety authors, including former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, former President George W. Bush, former Vice President Dick Cheney, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, and writers and journalists such as Steve Coll, Frank Rich, Craig Unger, and Bob Woodward. Steven C. Markoff presents sourced evidence of three crimes committed by George W. Bush during his presidency: his failure to take warnings of coming terror attacks on our country seriously; taking the United States, by deception, into an unnecessary and disastrous 2003 war with Iraq; costing the lives of more than 4,000 Americans and 500,000 others; and breaking domestic and international laws by approving the torture as means to extract information."
DEANNA CARPENTER, an author from St. Louis, Missouri, joined us to discuss her gut-wrenching, heart-wrenching, and harrowing experiences as a victim of child sexual assault by her brother and father; domestic abuse; and human trafficking.
Deanna Carpenter is now telling her partial story in her current anthology release, "The Survivor Memoirs", with the full story soon coming in "Emerging From The Dark".
Deanna has come through all of this as a well-adjusted and mentally healthy woman, who is now sharing all to help others through the experiences, and to sound the alarm to stop all of these horrific acts before the begin.
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