Photographer compiling portraits of special needs families adapting to COVID-19 pandemic
SAN ANTONIO Photographer Marien Armstrong, who is known for her inclusive photography, is compiling portraits of special needs families living under the pandemic for a book titled Together We Adapt, which she plans to publish this fall. "I think that a lot of people don't really realize a lot of the struggles the disability community has had," Armstrong said. She said if families are interested in being featured, they can find the information they need on the books website. My goal is always preserving the familys dignity, Armstrong said. Just because they have disabilities doesnt mean they have to sacrifice dignity and professionalism in their portraits.
San Antonio entrepreneur releases book giving young girls, women consejos (advice)
SAN ANTONIO San Antonio native Bonnie Garcia has been a driving force in the multicultural marketing world for more than 20 years. Unheard: Every San Antonian has a story to tellHer new book, Dale Ganas: How to Make Your Mark in Life is now available. Im taking care of the sickest patients Ive ever seen: San Antonio doctor reflects on weeks of treating COVID-19 patientsJust words of advice for young girls as they start on their life journey, Garcia said. The book was supposed to come out in early March but because of COVID-19, it was delayed a bit. **Editors note: This KSAT series gives people in San Antonio and its surrounding areas a chance to tell their stories.
Tell-all book by Trump niece to be released next week
NEW YORK A tell-all book by President Donald Trump's niece that has been the subject of a legal battle will be released next week. Publisher Simon & Schuster cited high interest and extraordinary interest in the book by Mary Trump titled Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the Worlds Most Dangerous Man. The book was originally set for release on July 28, but will now arrive on July 14. Mary Trump is the daughter of Fred Trump Jr., the presidents elder brother, who died in 1981. Mary L. Trump has the education, insight, and intimate familiarity needed to reveal what makes Donald, and the rest of her clan, tick, a release about the book said. The book is expected to include a number of allegations about President Trump, including how his upbringing led to his worldview and the derision he showed his father after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
Appeals court lifts restraint against Trump book publisher
NEW YORK A New York appeals court cleared the way Wednesday for a publisher to distribute a tell-all book by President Donald Trumps niece over the objections of the presidents brother. The president's brother, Robert Trump, had sued Mary Trump to block publication. The evidence submitted is insufficient for this Court to determine whether the plaintiff is likely to succeed in establishing that claim," the appeals court said. In a statement, Simon and Schuster said it was gratified with the ruling, which it said would let Mary Trump tell her story. Mary Trump's lawyer, Theodore Boutrous Jr., said in a statement it was very good news that the prior restraint against Simon & Schuster has been vacated.
Judge temporarily blocks tell-all book by Trump's niece
A tell-all book by President Donald Trumps niece cannot be published until a judge decides the merits of claims by the presidents brother that its publication would violate a pact among family members, a judge said Tuesday. The book, scheduled to be published in July, was written by Mary Trump, the daughter of Fred Trump Jr., the presidents elder brother, who died in 1981. Robert Trump argues Mary Trump must comply with a written agreement among family members that such a book cannot be published without permission from other family members. Mary Trumps lawyer, Theodore J. Boutrous Jr., and her publisher, Simon & Schuster, promised an immediate appeal. Charles Harder, an attorney for Robert Trump, said his client was very pleased."