PRLog - Aug. 13, 2012 - LAKE FOREST, Calif. -- New Novel Presents A Parody Of America’s First Black President
Author, Ernie Hernandez is pleased to announce his new book, Easy Come Easy Go. This work is a parody of Obama's rise to power and exposes many what-if scenarios.
Easy Come Easy Go is a fictional odyssey of America's first black President. The story follows the rise and fall of Johnny Benga and Mr. Cool. Hernandez presents a shocking analogy of the Obama-like character which allows readers to ask themselves the questions, "what if?"
Easy Come Easy Go
Author: Ernie Hernandez
Publisher: Bookstand Publishing
Published: July 2012
About The Author
Ernie Hernandez is a social conservative with a Ph.D. in Sociology who has written a number of Academic books and articles about Criminal Justice, Lawyers, and Society. His background and management work experiences at 2 Fortune 10-sized companies, a major utility company, and 1 of the Largest County government law enforcement agencies gives him a unique perspective to write this fictional account of the nation’s 1st Black President.
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Easy Come Easy Go is available for purchase online through the author’s website, from the publisher, Amazon.com, BN.com and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.