'2023 The Fall of an Empire'
To whom it may concern...
I am an avid reader of many articles on you site. I love the in depth coverage of what really seems to be going on in our world.
Recently there was an article titled A Book Too Hot For US to Handle? Tracking Terrorist Money. After reading the article it brought to mind a dear friend of mine that seems to be in the same situation with her book and sounds like it would fit right in with this one. The book is named "2023 The Fall of an Empire". I am interested in posting an article somewhat like the one I mentioned on your site. The author is currently looking for a publisher and was turned down by a major publisher as "too controversial" on the night Obama was elected. I think it needs to be read.
I am sending you a downloadable copy for you to read if you wish, it's a good book! I am also sending you a link to where she has it for sale, I believe there is a free download until the end of the month there.
If you could let me know via email whether any of this is possible and how, I would appreciate it. Heck, If you read it and wanted to write an article about it, that would be great also!
Thank you for your consideration!
2023: The Fall of an Empire
by Abel Cain
Download: 1 documents, 1524 KB
Printed: 446 pages, 6" x 9", perfect binding, black and white interior ink
Daring to cross political and racial lines, in a manner yet unseen in the literary world, 2023: The Fall of an Empire invites Americans to revisit their history books and learn from the mistakes of other once powerful nations that have actively participated in their own demise. This 430 page tale takes the reader through a political and emotional journey that expands beyond America’s borders. It challenges the citizens of the United States to analyze exactly how “un-united” they truly are and to realize their true vulnerability in the international arena. 2023 emphasizes the need for America to pull together as a united nation, but admits that, division may be inevitable based on modern politics, religious conflicts, and the inability to effectively communicate across racial, cultural and religious lines.