Veterans Heal Through the Power of Books

San Antonio, TX, August 22, 2018 – With the recent release of the fourth book in the series and two more projects in the works, Camouflaged Sisters has become that go to organization for women Veterans to share their stories. It is through this storytelling that these 70 coauthors and many more Veterans have healed. When Veterans read about others who have had similar experiences and have overcome challenges such as combat related PTSD, depression, or serving in a toxic leadership environment, they are encouraged and find the courage to take steps towards healing themselves.

Because of the impact her books have had on the lives of so many Veterans, Camouflaged Sisters founder and CEO Lila Holley wanted to help

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The tale of two teams Defense Vs. Offense 

If you are a fan of defense and think as I do it wins games, then today we either get to prove or disprove that additive. Nevada comes in with the top 10 offense in the country while Texas dotes the top 10 defense in the country. It’s hard not to mention Longhorn standout Mo Bamba who standing at 6’11and a future NBA pick along with his 6’9 245 pound power forward Dylan Osetkowski score at will. However, when it comes to experience that is reserved for the six out of seven scholarship players from Nevada who have been to the dance before, two of which played in sweet Sixteen. Now we find out, defense verse offense, raw talent and …

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Dallas, Texas – Heroes Media Group, LLC  American Airlines Center, host of the 2017 NCAA Women’s Final Four Basketball Championship was an absolute magnet on Semi-Final Friday.  The Ladies Final Four drew fans, young and old, male and female, Final Four faithful and rookies alike, to Dallas, Texas to cheer on their team, UConn, Stanford, South Carolina, or Mississippi State. UConn, with its’ 111 game winning streak, the presumptive favorite to claim a fifth straight national championship, was the proverbial Goliath. Stanford, South Carolina and Mississippi State, each a “David” hoping to slay the mighty Huskie Giant.

Semifinal Game 1: Stanford vs South Carolina

A sellout crowd, with over 19,000 in attendance, had a group of staunch Stanford and South …

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