The Bigot, or How I Learned to Love Donald Trump - a novel about populism


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Actually, I don’t drink. What got me thinking of such a book was my interest in prejudice and bigotry, where it comes from, how it’s disseminated, what it’s possible consequences are, etc. Regarding time, the book took hundreds and hundreds of hours. It went through several revisions and I enlisted the help of three other other writers / editors. It may appear to be written from a liberal perspective… but that’s part of the hook… Whether it’s liberal or conservative, or whether it could be so easily distilled to such a label, can’t be known until you read it. I’d say it’s more a social commentary on the left-right divide, but, again, everyone’s views will differ.


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BTW, enter to win a free copy.

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If you are interested in writing an honest, thoughtful, and timely review of The Bigot on Amazon, in exchange for a free copy of the book, either Kindle or print edition, you can contact me at teparfitt@gmail.com. You will need an Amazon account and a PayPal account. The story should particularly appeal to teachers. Having said that, although the novel is mainly satirical, I ought to warn you that in places it is extremely vulgar and, depending on your politics, disturbing. Thank you for reading.


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDKTAGrG3P8&t=43s Audiobook sample.