A Cross Country Road Trip to Change America
Jane Parks Titus pens new political fiction about two best friends, “The Iron Law of Zoology”
Las Vegas (PRWEB) August 13, 2012
The U.S. political climate is exploding as the upcoming elections for the nation’s presidency are soon approaching. To not only educate readers on politics, but also entertain them, Jane Parks Titus pens her new book, “The Iron Law of Zoology: Politics Can be Fun” (published by AuthorHouse), telling the engaging and eye-opening story of two women wanting to make a difference.
Best friends Arabella and Elizabeth Ellen have great concerns regarding the direction the country and today’s culture is heading. They needed answers. When their attitude changes from “There’s nothing I can do,” to “We have to do something,” they begin their journey to find answers.
An excerpt from “The Iron Law of Zoology”:
“‘Hold on, Missy. It is important to know the truth. The facts. It is obvious you are just beginning your journey. We have all been fed the compost heap of life. Many of us fall for it because it fits with what we want. It takes much studying and thinking—only then will you understand.’”
“I would like readers to realize they can not believe everything they hear or read,” Titus explains. “Decisions must be made using logic. Emotions are not good decision makers or thinking tools. I would like them to realize how the removal of God and morals influences our behavior.”
About the Author
Jane Parks Titus was born in Cheboygan, Mich., in 1932. She wanted to be a nurse from early childhood, graduating from Mercy Central School of Nursing in 1953. Titus is also a two-time cancer survivor. After retirement, she became fascinated with politics and began studying it intensely, resulting in her new book.
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