Small Forces Are the Cause of Societal Downfall and Dysfunction

New book by Mike Conver examines societal issues and human responsibility.

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Absence of concern for the welfare and health of others, especially children, whether on the part of individuals or governments, is evil.

Cadiz, KY (PRWEB) May 28, 2014

Sex, drugs and alcohol are the demons of yesteryear. Today’s generation battles much larger monsters. Children are now the living, walking result of each of the small forces that shape and alter their lives: divorce, learning disabilities, and excessive drug use and alcohol consumption.

“Absence of concern for the welfare and health of others, especially children, whether on the part of individuals or governments, is evil,” Conver said.

Inspired by a lifetime in education and a background in the military, Mike Conver’s thrilling “Small Forces” uses a character-driven storyline to examine universal social issues, highlighting the influence on youth and future generations. The action novel demonstrates the consequences of even the smallest decisions in life, surveying the family structure and constructs of society and global culture. “Small Forces” implores readers to finally consider and address the root of societal downfall and dysfunction: each of us.

About the Author

Conver received his master's degree in counseling and his PhD in educational administration from Illinois State University, where he spent several years as an administrator in their Thomas Metcalf Laboratory School.

He served as Staff Sergeant in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War era. He dedicated more than forty years to children, working as a teacher, a special needs counselor, a principal, and finally retiring as a school superintendent.

Conver retired to Kentucky, where he has been active in the Rotary Club there and volunteers two days a week at the local primary school where he tutors first graders. Conver raised two sons as a single parent and enjoys two granddaughters.

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