Kéntro Provides Hope for Countering Government Corruption in America
Sometimes a novel comes along that paints a picture so insanely dramatic, everyone pays attention. Enter the latest political thriller by Terry Stafford.
By: Joy Seekers Project
In his novel, Kéntro (the center), released for worldwide distribution on June 18, 2018, Stafford provides a window into what it might look like when a U.S. president gains unprecedented bipartisan support through a constitutional amendment, to move the nation's capital to the geographic center of the continental United States. A move led by an accidental project manager from temporary offices at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. A new city is built on twenty square miles in the middle of nowhere northwest of there, near Lebanon. "Think Dubai."
This is the first installment in the author's new Brandon McStocker Series. Why this story? Why now? Studies show that 44 percent of Americans believe that corruption is pervasive. Almost 7 out of 10 people believe the government is failing to fight corruption. 55 percent gave fear of retaliation as the main reason not to report corruption. Yet, 74 percent said ordinary people can make a difference in the fight against corruption. These real-world statistics provide the backdrop for this story.
About the Author:
Terry Stafford (https://www.TerryStafford.com) is a senior project manager, an author, and a writing coach, helping others to get their words on paper and published. He is also the founder of The Joy Seekers Project, a movement to help people clear clutter and gain clarity to pursue their dreams. His first novel, Strings of Faith, is a musical journey of pain, friendship, and restoration. Terry lives with his wife, Gail, in California's Central Valley, near Visalia.
For more information, or to schedule an interview with Terry Stafford, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 559-467-8212.
Terry Stafford, Author