Thursday, December 15, 2016

PTSD - Peggy Griswold Talks About PTSD - True Story


Please join Marsha for an open discussion on PTSD with Author Peggy Griswold and Reviewer Angela Rackard Campbell on Friday December 16 at 4PM EST 3PM CST.

Peggy Griswold, a Psychology student, wanted to specialize in Ptsd. "Be careful what you wish for," She writes. She met a soldier she eventually married who has severe Ptsd. That's when the real lessons started. Her story spans a 16-year period, and is written in two parts. She chronicles how others' Ptsd, especially her husband's, has completely changed her own life. She endured loneliness, loss of dreams, domestic violence, jealousy, isolation, lack of understanding, and discrimination, but she also learned about true love and compassion.

Peggy is opening up her private world; most people who live with Ptsd are very guarded about what they deal with. Divorce and suicide rates among veterans are very high; she hopes her story will help others understand Ptsd, and see that it's possible to be happy and thrive while living with someone who has Ptsd.

Angela Rackard Campbell has reviewed Peggy's book and she will be on the show to discuss her feeling about how a book like Peggy's should be reviewed with good taste and a knowledge of the subject. Angela is a book reviewer who tells you what she thinks and reviews with a great sense of honesty.

Besides hosting Radio shows Marsha is an author, screenwriter and a media consultant. Her shows reflect today’s world in both non -fiction as well as fiction. She is currently working on her screenplays and her shows will reflect her true love for unique stories in books as well as movies.

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Saturday, December 10, 2016

It'a All About Kids!

Please join Marsha Casper Cook on December 13 at 4 PM EST 3 PM CST 2 PMMT 1PM PST when her special guest will be Randall Dark. Randall is a writer, director, and producer and a pioneer within the digital media industry.

Randall will be discussing his Children APP "Tale of Sasquatch" A hilarious adventure, originally written for the theatre. The story is about feeling like there’s something “wrong” with you — and discovering that it’s okay to be different. During their quest, they wrestle with good vs. bad and ultimately stumble upon the origin of Sasquatch!

Marsha is an optioned award winning screenwriter, author and radio show host on her network The World of Ink for over six years.

It's going to be a great show. Feel free to call in if you have any questions. (714) 242-5259
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