PRLog - May 6, 2009 - SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. -- What do you get when you cross a Math Teacher with a Health Major and a Christian who's sure to be excommunicated?
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“I actually wrote this book for people like me - people who don’t like to read (books). As crazy as that may sound, it’s true. Who’s got the time? Especially when it feels like a chore.” said the author, who both wrote and published under the pen name An American Man. “So if you would like something easy to read that's both timely and meaningful, so you can say to your friends: ‘I just read this great new book!’, then this one's for you. It will provide you with information and insight they don't have on some issues, thus giving you an advantage.”
“If You Read Just One Book This Year …” was designed to elicit critical thinking, ask provocative questions, provide evidence and ammunition for one or more sides of an argument, and bring some hidden things to light.
Major topics include: Homosexuality, God and the Afterlife, Child Abuse, Diet and Exercise, Government Domination, and the Public School system, sometimes from an inside perspective. An American Man will at times take a direct stance with the reader, in a cut-to-the-chase fashion, getting to the heart of the matter while interjecting a sense of humor to keep the reader interested.
“This is a pretty short book, yet it is ‘heavy’ from a certain point of view;” states the author, “However, even though I address a number of sensitive issues and give the reader cause to self-reflect, I think my sense of humor will make the book a bit more ‘user-friendly.’”
Each of the nine chapters engage the reader, yet most are just long enough to make people think without losing their attention.
“This book has everything … it’s entertaining, it’s educational, encouraging, eye-opening, and it will give you plenty to think about and discuss.” the author said. “There are important perspectives as well as useful resources, so it should be a benefit to all – male, female, young and old.”
“If You Read Just One Book This Year …” is currently available at the author’s website http://www.JustOneThisYear.com as well as Target.com, Amazon.com, and other online outlets for only $14.95. If you cannot afford the price, there is an online link which enables you to email the author who will reduce the cost to help you in these tough economic times. “This is America. And we’re all in this together.” He will also donate a portion of the profits to ministries and charities that provide treatment and care for hurting and abused children and adults.
Do yourself a favor and discover The Best new Book of the year from An American Man.