THE BATTLES OF DONNIE AND TEDDY was inspired by watching the Republican Party debates, and especially the knock-down drag out fight between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. They are like two little boys fighting in a schoolyard or playground over their toys and who is the best. They hurl insults, call each other names, and try to humiliate one another and his family members.
Meanwhile, as the fight goes on, the Republican Party is appalled, as are many national leaders, who have expressed concern that the level of personal attacks are not befitting a Presidential candidate, much less a President, and are dragging down the reputation of the U.S. into the mud.
So I have written this book in that spirit - featuring Trump and Cruz as two little kids fighting - and then fighting some more. The book features four stories of two kids fighting - in the sandbox, at a birthday party, at the lake, and at the playground.
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About the Author
She has gained extensive media interest for previous books, including appearances on Good Morning America, Oprah, Montel Williams, CNN, and hundreds of radio shows around the world. She is often quoted by the media and her websites include www.changemakerspublishingandwriting.com and www.ginigrahamscott.com. She has about 45,000 listings in Google Search Results.
She has been a regular Huffington Post blogger since December 2012 and has a Facebook page at www.facebook.com/changemakerspublishing.
She has written, produced, and sometimes directed over 60 short videos, featured on Changemakers Productions www.changemakersproductions.com and on YouTube at www.youtube.com/changemakersprod.
Her screenplays, mostly in the drama, crime, legal thriller, and sci-fi genres, include several dealing with changes in science, technology, business, and society, including The New Child, New Identity, and Dead No More. These are in development with trailers, business plans, and interested directors and talent.
She has a PhD in sociology from U.C. Berkeley and MAs in anthropology, pop culture and lifestyles, recreation and tourism, and organizational/consumer/audience behavior from Cal State, East Bay. She is getting an MA in communications in 2017.
She is also the Creative Director of Publishers, Agents and Films (www.publishersagentsandfilms.com), a service which connects writers and filmmakers to publishers, agents, and the film industry.
Her feature, Suicide Party #Save Dave, which she wrote and executive produced, will be released by RSquared Films, in early 2016; details are at www.suicidepartyfilm.com. A second feature film: Driver, will be released in the fall 2016.