Politics, a quagmire? Yes, that about sums it up.
I used to enjoy discussing politics. I grew up near Washington, D.C., where every child was weaned on the subject. I learned how to read between the lines of editorials almost before I could interpret Dr. Seuss. Now? Not so much. Few people tolerate opposing views as they once did. Political foes are tantamount to archenemies.
Why would I subject myself to this? Simple. I'm a masochist. I have never shied away from any political discussion. That's why I have so many “friends” (he said with a smirk).
Which book will we be discussing? Actually, all of mine touch on politics. (Like I said, a masochist.) During this interview, we'll be discussing Rebels on the Mountain, my tale romance and action/adventure during the time of Castro's Cuban revolution. Inasmuch as revolution, indeed all acts of war, are full contact politics, this interview should be interesting.
Please join us at Blog Talk Radio at 7:00 pm PDT on Monday, March 25, 2013. Look for the Books and Politics show. A recording of the live broadcast will be available at the same website.