Socialism Exposed: Which Door Will You Choose? (Author Interview)

Socialism Exposed, looks like a great look into socialism and the political philosophy behind it. Any plans to make this into a series or write similar books?


What do you think makes a great political book?

Political truth and timeliness both make a good political book, in my opinion.

What inspired you when writing Socialism Exposed?

My observations through the years of the political process and the direction of the country inspired me to write this. I have a solid belief about the direction we should be going, and watching the nation slide into a backward position inspired me to get this word out.

What are your ambitions for your writing career? Full time? Part time?

At age 92, I will write about what I am led to write about, but have no specific ambitions as far as time. I don’t regret a moment I’ve spent bringing this book together in the hopes that it will help my country now and in the future.

When did you decide to become a writer?

I didn’t decide to become a writer – I just wrote some articles and then they just kept flowing on! A family member did encourage me to write this book. My desire was to expose what has been going on in our country and attempt to try to make things better. I especially felt that the writings on freedom by our Founding Fathers were not very often referenced or well understood.

When writing Socialism Exposed did anything stand out as particularly challenging?

The challenge always has been to present a clear picture of what has been going on politically. Putting lofty concepts into “front porch” common-sense language so that people can easily grasp it is crucial.

How did you come up with the ideas in Socialism Exposed?

The ideas have developed through years of political and behavioral observation and then seeing the subsequent results of the decisions made. My passion is to take long-term observations and put them into simplified terms so that the American people can grasp them – and make much needed corrections.

What do you like to do when not writing?

Enhancing my musical programs for performance is ever ongoing. Creating themes and various programs to encourage my listeners is a primary goal of mine. Hearing the responses makes it all worthwhile!
I want to make life a little brighter for folks than it was before they heard the music.

How can readers discover more about you and your work?

You can read more about faith, freedom and the future of America at