The Black Plague of “Politics as Usual”
Surviving the Coming Elections Without Dying From Disgust & Despair
You can run. You can hide.
But unless you go completely off the grid, you won’t escape.
Another presidential election is here. And it doesn’t matter what you’re political persuasion is, you’re about to be buried in a deluge of political double-speak and deceit.
Is there a remedy for the buckets of verbal sludge candidates are about to drench you with?
Fortunately, there is.
And that antidote is: “Don’t Vote For Me.”
In this real-life, first-person tale, you’ll travel the dusty back roads of the country’s heartland during Kevin Hayes’ campaign to become a Michigan state representative.
Fed up by the incompetence, overspending, and party politics he saw in state government, Hayes, a county assistant prosecuting attorney for over 20 years, decides to run for office himself.
Follow Hayes on the Campaign Trail & Reap Many Rewards
Plagued by a late start, with five republicans and two democrats already in the field, Hayes knew he had a fight on his hands.
Soon, he endures…
…bullying by self-righteous lobbyists…threats by pitchfork-brandishing farmers…verbal sniping from fellow party members…and even accusations of, gulp, political incorrectness.
And the surprises, some good, most bad, keep coming.
Okay. By now, you may be thinking, “Sounds like this guy had a heckuva time. But what do I get from checking out his book?”
You’ll smile, you’ll grin, you’ll laugh.
“Never did I think I would enjoy a book involving politics, I certainly didn’t think I would laugh out loud, but I did, several times!” A. Spilling
“His humorous, no-nonsense approach to his writing style was riveting and enlightening.” James C. Andrews III
You’ll discover what political candidates really go through.
“Hayes offers a unique perspective of the democratic process; it is unlike any other book I have ever read.” Renee Jorae
“However, for the first time Kevin Hayes’s “Don’t Vote For Me” has given me a better understanding and appreciation of the sacrifices candidates make in order to make a difference.” James C. Andrews III
Most of all, you’ll enjoy it.
“He does so (writes) in an often lighthearted way, using humor to convey an important message so as to not make the book appear to be simply a bitter rant. He has written a very well-balanced account, which is an easy read and gets its point across quickly and effectively.” Darryl Schmitz
“It’s for real! If you like genuine stories about real people – this is a good one.” D. Skorich
View more of these testimonials on www.amazon.com. Just type “Don’t Vote For Me” in the search box on top.
So End the Pain of “Politics as Usual”
Unless you totally disconnect from society, there’s not much you can do about the tidal wave of advertising, speeches, editorials, discussions, and more heading your way.
But instead off feeling irritated, disgusted, and depressed, you can enjoy more laughs, more insights, and just plain more fun.
For only $5, you can start on “Don’t Vote For Me” right now by selecting either Kindle or Nook versions. Also, the print edition, whichusually costs $20, is available for a limited time for only $12—a 40% savings.
Whichever version you order, either price is about the same as one day’s lunch. So don’t wait, take the antidote now. Those mind-numbing talking points aren’t going to stop any time soon.
Non-election based version:
The Book You Can’t Put Down
Nowadays, you can’t get much for 99 cents.
But that’s all it’ll take to get hours of fun reading (and probably rereading) Kevin Hayes’ e-book “Don’t Vote For Me.”
Witty, entertaining, riveting, you bet.
But this short, 121-page story offers something 99 percent of the non-fiction tales out there don’t’: powerful benefits.
“There is humor, sadness but most of all honesty. Never did I think I would enjoy a book involving politics, I certainly didn’t think I would laugh out loud, but I did, several times! While the book is non-fiction it certainly reads like a story book. Absolutely wonderful!” A. Spilling
You’ll discover the real scoop behind political elections.
“…For the first time Kevin Hayes’s “Don’t Vote For Me” has given me a better understanding and appreciation of the sacrifices candidates make in order to make a difference. His humorous, no-nonsense approach to his writing style was riveting and enlightening. This should be a must read for anyone interested in thinking about getting into politics anywhere in the U.S.” James C. Andrews III
Most of all, you’ll have fun.
“This is a true story of a non-politician who runs for office. What he encounters along theway is laid out in an absorbing yet easy read. Lofty goals,the contrast between decency and cruelty in politics and a lot of humor are all here. It’s just a good yarn about an election campaign that you won’t get on the evening news. It’s for real! If you like genuine stories about real people – this is a good one.” D. Skorich.
Say “Yes” to Entertainment, Excitement & Enlightenment
You can get in on the fun by joining first-time candidate Kevin Hayes when he decides to run for state representative. Ride the campaign trail with the veteran prosecutor as he deals with pitchfork-wielding farmers, topless dancers, and even allegations of racism.
His journey along the dusty back roads of America’s heartland soon becomes an exercise in futility, as Hayes confronts more obstacles and surprises than you could ever imagine.
And for only 99 cents you can start on “Don’t Vote For Me” right now. It’s waiting for you in both Kindle and Nook versions. You won’t get this kind of payback—mucho laughs, insider political info, reading enjoyment—for 99 cents ANYWHERE.