Sally C. Knox talks to Trafford about “Pickles and Jane”

Posted on April 11, 2016 under Author Blogs
 
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 Sally C. Knox talks to Trafford about her book, Pickles and Jane. The story, written for children, has been very well-received by audiences, and was a focus at the recent ALA Midwinter Show. Below, Sally tells us about herself, her …

Trafford Publishing: Reprehensible U.S. Political Tactics (2)

Posted on February 26, 2016 under Author Blogs
 
Organisms by Trafford Publishing author Mark Gooding

Welcome back to Trafford Publishing Author’s Corner for part two of Mark Gooding’s two-part series. Gooding continues to share the story behind his jocular novel Organisms. Although most of the sentiment behind Organisms is unyielding, Gooding expresses his appreciation that society has maintained pragmatic views, rather than falling victim to the political desires of control.

Trafford Publishing: Reprehensible U.S. Political Tactics

Posted on February 25, 2016 under Author Blogs
 
Organisms by Trafford Publishing author Mark Gooding

Trafford Publishing author Mark Gooding holds strong views against the mobilization of popular hatred against other political parties. Gooding contends that these tactics are exclusively used to fan the flames of anger among those that are disentitled in society, rather than fix the roots of the problems that cause this disentitlement. This demonization can be quite literal, whilst never pertaining to actual policies.

Trafford Publishing presents: All But Forgotten

Posted on January 20, 2016 under Author Blogs
 
All but Forgotten by Trafford Publishing author James L. Emch

There are some battles in American history that have been glorified with no apparent justification. On the other hand, there are battles that had a significant impact on the course of American history, yet occasionally these battles are all but forgotten. Trafford Publishing author James L. Emch felt it unjust that no books existed on the Dudley Massacre, which was dominant in the outcome of the War of 1812, and in turn, dictated American history…

PTSD: Lessons from a Military Father 2

Posted on December 20, 2015 under Author Blogs
 
Trafford Publishing author Jenny La Sala

Welcome back to Trafford Publishing Author’s Corner as we continue Trafford Publishing author Jenny La Sala’s two part series. In part one, La Sala shared with us her realization of the effects war can have on our servicemen, particularly her father. Here, La Sala uncovers the extent to which PTSD can cripple our serviceman and their beloved ones upon return.