Blogger4Obama Just Released
My current book Blogger4Obama has been released and is now available through my site or at fine bookstores everywhere. It is currently available in Paperback, Hardback, Kindle, Nook, iBookstore, and Google Play
It has been said that “A Picture is worth a 1,000 words…”Perhaps this is true, but here are my views specific to this book… “Most Pictures fade with Time, But A Few Well Written or Spoken Words are Timeless.” The Declaration of Independence is the definitive example of that fact. Yet, we have not quite reached a point in our lives where we can project a picture at an instant, and quite frankly, we cannot carry around pictures of every life changing event in our lives.
Blogger 4 Obama is about the many words that surrounded us during the 2008 campaign for the White House. I stumbled onto iReports.com on CNN almost immediately following the announcement of Sara Palin as John McCain’s Running Mate, as I wanted to see what everyday people were saying about this alarming decision. Being an Independent, I wanted to hear both sides of the coin.
It certainly did not take long at all to make a decision as to what side to take. It was primarily driven by the negative, crude, racist and vile trash talking by the Radical Right Wing Republicans on that site. I think it was the continual lies about Barack Obama that drove me to produce the number of posts that I did, as I felt that people were out there seeking information to make an informed decision come that November in 2008.
Post 2008 I was hooked, but felt my hands were tied being on CNN. So with a little research and trying different things out, I’ve reached the point that I’m at in 2012 with my own blogs and promotion through Twitter. So this book is only the start of the story and how it all came about and where it will continue to head.
John McCain’s announcement of his vice presidential running mate, Sarah Palin, in 2008 had at least one unintended result — launching an information technology expert into the world of political blogging. This new book, released with the 2012 election just around the corner, features the words that surrounded the nation during the last campaign for the White House. Author Sean Bond, an Independent voter, began blogging with iReports.com on CNN soon after hearing the announcement to counteract what he perceived as negative comments and trash talking by radical Right Wing Republicans about Barack Obama. Bond has since moved on to his own blogs and tweets.