Proclivities: Predispositions to Preconceived Notions

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Iowa farmer Jay Alan Reeves peels back the layers of cultural and political fecal matter in new book

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Never before has the general public been exposed to so much available information as our media provide.

In “Proclivities: A Pop Culture Odyssey,” author Jay Alan Reeves shares a humorous and candid series of interrelated essays and commentary on human nature, American pop culture and politics, including the relevance of social affairs, the economics of socialism and deficit spending, the questionable nature of men and women, race relations, religion and much more.

Reeves also provides commentary about the history of global warming and climate change, noting that it has nothing to do with the weather.

“There is no actual definitive or conclusive scientific evidence that man-made global warming or climate change actually exists,” Reeves said. “The real beauty of climate change is that any weather extreme can be said to be evidence of a problem.”

A grain farmer in Iowa, Reeves hopes his book will encourage readers to generate their own opinions separate from media and politicians and to consider the needs of the “greater good” when making decisions that affect other citizens.

“Never before has the general public been exposed to so much available information as our media provide,” Reeves said. “It’s important that we remain objective and critical, understanding that winning and being right means that we all do the right thing in understanding what that right thing is and why.”

For more information about the book, visit http://www.iamnotamused2.com.

“Proclivities: A Pop Culture Odyssey”
By Jay Alan Reeves
ISBN: 978-1-4808-1635-0
Available in hardcover, softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Archway Publishing

About the author
Jay Alan Reeves was born on an Iowa farm, and he works and manages a 900-acre grain farm
with his two sons. He has eight years of experience as a court-appointed child advocate. A
marriage therapy volunteer, he’s a recipient of the Iowa Governors Award for volunteerism.

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For review copies or interview requests, contact:
Jennifer Uebelhack
317.602.7137
juebelhack(at)bohlsengroup(dot)com

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