Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Jamie Glazov Author of United in Hate: The Left's Romance with Tyranny and Terror

Tell us the book title and your author name.

United in Hate: The Left’s Romance With Tyranny and Terror

What inspired the book?

When I saw my leftist acquaintances and leftists on the world stage cheering when 9/11 hit, I realized it was time to write a book exposing the Left’s charade of being for humanitarianism and social justice.

What makes this book special to you?

This book is special to me because I wrote it out of respect for the victims of tyranny and terror – who the Left tries to push into realms of invisibility. The Left’s priority is to wipe out the memory of the victims of adversarial regimes so it can keep its own agenda in place.

What makes this a book that other people MUST read and WHY?

If people want to arm themselves with knowledge to see more clearly the insidious forces that want to take our freedoms away, they need to read this book.

What people NEED to read this book and WHY?

People just need to have a passion for freedom and to be interested in preserving it.

What sparks your creativity? Any tips to help others spark their own creativity?

My creativity is sparked by my yearning to fight for the truth. I don’t think I can give tips to spark others’ creativity. This is something that must come from within. If anything, you have to rest. You can’t create properly when fatigued.

What has been the biggest stumbling block in your writing? Can you share some tips to help others get past similar problems?

Sometimes a project seems so large that you don’t know how you will overcome it. The key is to go step by step.

What do you think motivates people to become authors? What motivated you to get into this unusual industry?

Everyone is different. In my case, it was personal. Communism killed millions of my people. It killed members of my family. I wanted to expose the Left for its veneration of the killers that led that system, and other systems.

Tell me about the most unusual things you have done to promote any books?

Nothing really unusual. Just the standard interviews and reviews.

NON FICTION - Why are you the BEST person to write this book? What in your background or in your research makes you qualified to do justice to this topic?

I am the best person to write this topic because I come from a tyranny and know what freedom and despotism are. I have dedicated my whole life to analyzing the leftist mindset.

NON FICTION - If a potential reader thinks that your book wouldn't interest them, what would you say to convince them to buy? I'm thinking something better than "Its the greatest book ever." Give me something more specific :)

If a potential reader thinks that my book wouldn’t interest them then I would tell them they will never see the world in the same way if they did read it. My book unlocks the mystery of why leftists worship regimes under which they themselves would be killed.

NON FICTION - Why does the topic of your book interest you? Why would it interest potential readers? Give us a hook to reel in new readers.

United in Hate solves the mystery of why believers in the West venerate regimes and ideologies under which they themselves would be extinguished.

NON FICTION Is there a way to tie your book topic to current events? If so, tell us about how you could do that. I have a blog to feature information and examples about tying books into current events that might be a good place for you to promote your book.

The Obama administration is planning to give $900 million to Hamas. Why would you fund a Nazi organization? My book shows how this is just another continuation of the Left’s romance with tyranny and death.

If there's anything else you would like to share, this is the time and place.

United in Hate rips the mask off of the Left. The Left loves to portray itself as humanitarian and for social justice. My book reveals that the Left is vicious and has blood on its hands.

Thank you for visiting with me and in closing, give us your website address and a link to order your book.

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