Author, Judy Howard’s mailing address is Sun City, California, but you will rarely find her there. Instead, you might find the top ranking Amazon author strapped in at the race track ready to check out the Mario Andretti Racing Experience or cruising down Route 66.
Of one thing, you can be sure she is living up to a quote by Henry Thoreau, Howard questions, “How vain is it to sit down and write, when you have not stood up to live?”
The need for understanding and compassion about PTSDand the way “Dogs Save Lives”has exploded beyond our veterans. It now extends to civilian men, women and children who have suffered and
survived terrorist attacks such as the ones at the San Bernardino Regional
Medical Center in California , at Dallas,
Texas and Orlando, Floridato name only a few.
Victims of terror, whether from terrorism at home or at war, have
suffered deep trauma and need our help and support, and to realize that “Dogs Save Lives. “
are books which bring
attention to these issues in an informative and yet entertaining way.
You can carry
this message and save lives.
I am asking for your help.
Could you invest $3.98?
With your assistance
by this small investment, you will gain understanding and
WILL BE PART OF THE CURE.
In addition, by writing a review, you will be carrying
the message, “DOGS SAVE LIVES.”
Gaining knowledge and understanding through these two books is a simple way to TAKE PART IN THE RECOVERY of the
increasing number of folks now struggling against the effects of PTSD. They need to know that"DOGS SAVES LIVES."
Recently a Vietnam Veteran reviewed the book, MASADA’S MARINE.
His words carry the message, “DOG’S SAVE LIVES.”
“Judy just finished your book and I cannot remember a book that
had such an impact on me that Masada's Marine had. I would be happy to let you
post my words. This book needs to get into the hands of every combat veteran
and their families. I wish I had this book or even a part of it when I came
from Vietnam. Instead, I suffered from PTSD for 40 years with all the negative
issues and experiences Alex had. I read it on my bad days as often as my good
ones. Always provided a connection. Even though I was Army and not a Marine, I
can identify with everything he did and as most veterans tried to understand
why I felt more at home back in Nam than unwanted in America. I agree with
Kevin you nailed it girl. I look forward to seeing you again so you get a big
hug. Thanks again for your thoughts and words. And for Lt Col Robert Smith!!”