Welcome to the newest entrant to our Impact Radio USA stable of shows, with "Impact Interviews and Music". The title says it all, as we provide exhilarating interviews with some terrific people and, of course, we augment the interviews with great music!
Each episode of "Impact Interviews and Music" airs LIVE every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10:00 am ET, then repeats at 10:00 pm ET on the same date.
On today's show, we spoke with D.L. SLOAT and CHARITY BRONSON/KIM ALLEN:
From the Zimbell House Publishing Website:
"D. L. Sloat and his family reside in Massachusetts. He works in public education and writes middle-grade and young adult fiction in his spare time. D. L.’s first book in the Chuck Cory trilogy, Hardwood Hacker, is a basketball story about friendship, bullying, and overcoming challenges. Infield Outsider is a baseball story that explores loyalty and open-mindedness. Real Keeper (Fall 2020) focuses on activism and first love.
D. L. holds a special place in his heart for reluctant readers. He dedicates the series to his youngest son who, much like Chuck, can usually be found kicking or throwing his sports balls outside and inside the house.
D. L.’s Scouting short stories have been published in two Chipper Press anthologies, Campfire Tales and The Spelunkers. He also writes general fiction under the penname Todd Salvia.
For book updates and giveaways, follow D. L. Sloat on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram."
CHARITY BRONSON and KIM ALLEN (Foster Moms)
From The News-Herald Newspaper:
"The state of Michigan says there are more than 13,000 children in Michigan’s foster care system, many removed from their homes for abuse and neglect and needing a safe place to stay until their home situation can be stabilized.
The Downriver Foster Closet aims to get foster families all the essentials they might need — free of charge — for children ranging from infants to teenagers up to 18 years old. There are cribs and dressers, swings and car seats, racks full of clothing, unopened formula and baby food, blankets, diapers and baby needs, bath products, toys and books. They take any new or gently used items.
Just 10 days after starting up, some 40 people had brought carloads of donations and nearly 1,000 people had reached out to help or to ask questions.
To start, the Downriver Foster Closet operates out of a simple storage unit. Two, actually, because the response has been so overwhelming to get the project off the ground. And they’ll keep renting more and more units until they can land their own space." (By Jessica Strachan For MediaNews Group)
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