Silver Springs, FL (PRWEB) August 02, 2013
Author Chris Fountain, penman of the first of its kind autobiography entitled “The Great Britain Blues” is wondering why his mother (an American in America!) told him today that she searched for “royal birthday”, or whatever it was, so that she could see what the Great Granddaughter/son of the 60-plus-year reigning Queen of England would be? Boy or Girl? Why do Americans care?
And furthermore, England (Great Britain) is the very same country that America delared its Independence from in 1776, and fought a decade long war with to be free from tyranny and oppression. Our most special holiday, the 4th of July, is in celebration of the USA's separation from England, is it not? So then why does America care about this so called “birth of a King” over 5,000 miles away? In England. It makes no sense to Chris, none whatsoever.
And a Wise Man once said that when the End of the World comes to us, there will only be 5 Kings left; those will be the King of Hearts, Spades, Diamonds, and Clubs… and for the last and 5th one, the King of England. Nothing could be more true it appears, but half the population of England would rather see the Royal Family gone—at least half—so that wise man might have gotten it wrong this time!
The Royal Family will be non-existent soon enough, no matter what the wise men say! And you can read Chris Fountain’s book, The Great Britain Blues, to find out why!
Chris Fountain was sent to England by the United States Air Force in 1995, and has lived most of his life these past 18 years in England, 14 of them as a Business Development Manager, meaning he spent all day meeting and greeting Business or Engineering Managers in England. Over one thousand "Brits" Chris has talked to in those 18 years, and way more than half of them confirm one thing in common, the Royal Family has run its course, and there is not a need for a King or Queen in the 21st Century!
The Great Britain Blues is currently available as an E-book at all E-book retailers, and will be available in paperback soon.
For more info, or to arrange an interview with Chris Fountain, email chrisfountainbooks(at)gmail(dot)com or call +1 352-502-3743 or visit his website at http://www.thegreatbritainblues.com.