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Author Rachel Thompson utilizes Twitter Spaces for Book Launch and Discussion on Her Latest Release, Broken People

By: PRLog

Award-winning and best-selling author Rachel Thompson will be launching her newest book, Broken People, with a discussion on Twitter Spaces with co-host Samantha Postman on Thursday, September 30, at 6 PM EST | 3 PM PST.

SAN FRANCISCO - Sept. 30, 2021 - PRLog -- Long before the #MeToo movement, Rachel started sharing what it was like to grow up and live with the constant trauma of childhood sexual abuse, sexual harassment, and other sexual crimes in her award-winning memoirs, Broken Pieces, and Broken Places.

Her newest release, Broken People, is the third and final book in this series. Rachel continues to explore, through hard-hitting essays and lyrical poetry, the difficulties, and joys of navigating relationships, healing, and love in an environment not always conducive to survivors.

Broken People is a book of courage, resilience, and overcoming challenges, Rachel faced as a survivor. Through all three books in the series, Rachel has courageously shared her truth and her life journey. It's not all rosy and pretty, and that's the beauty of these books. They represent the truth of a survivor, a mother, an empowered person who was made to believe she has no charge in her life but challenged that and emerged on the other side. These books have not only allowed her to share her experiences openly, but they also provide hope, guidance, and a way forward for girls and women who feel they have no hope left in them.

Hosting the discussion will be Samantha Postman, an entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and storyteller. She is currently the founder and CEO of SmartArrow Inc., an ideation, innovation, product development, and advisory company.

WHO Rachel Thompson (@RachelintheOC) and Samantha Postman (@SamanthaPostman)

WHAT: Broken People Book Launch and Discussion

WHEN: Thursday, September 30, 6 p.m. Eastern Time/3 p.m. Pacific

WHERE: Twitter Spaces, accessible on mobile IOS or Android App via Twitter

WHY: To celebrate the release of Rachel's seventh book, and the third in her Broken series,discuss trauma and healing, and the mental health effects of trauma on survivors.

HOW: Listen live via desktop or join in via
Twitter App. Link:

About Rachel Thompson:

Rachel Thompson released the BadRedhead Media 30-Day Book Marketing Challenge in December 2016 to rave reviews. She is constantly updating the book and released a newly updated version in 2020 in ebook and print.
She is the author of the award-winning, best-selling Broken Places (one of IndieReader's "Best of 2015" top books and 2015 Honorable Mention Winner in both the Los Angeles and the San Francisco Book Festivals), and the bestselling, multi-award-winning Broken Pieces (as well as two additional humor books, A Walk In The Snark and Mancode: Exposed).
Rachel's work is a feature in Feminine Collective anthologies
She owns BadRedhead Media, creating effective social media and book marketing campaigns for authors. Her articles appear regularly in The Huffington Post, Feminine Collective, Indie Reader Medium, OnMogul, Blue Ink Review, and others.
For more info:
Author Site:
BadRedhead Media Site:
Twitter: @RachelintheOC
Twitter (Business): @BadRedheadMedia (

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