CANISTEO, New York (PRWEB) May 10, 2013
Compelling and engaging, “The Newshawk Reports” reveals a wide-array of blog articles that tackle various subjects, most especially on political and social issues. Written by Frederic Voss, this literary work offers a myriad of eye-opening ideas that educate, entertain, challenge and empower readers from all walks of life. Stimulating, these stories, narratives and blogs provide a unique and introspective glimpse into the realities of modern living, both the positive and the not-so pleasant, as well as illustrate how society has evolved throughout history.
With the author's no-holds-barred approach to expressing his opinions on controversial political topics, readers will be presented with insights that cleverly paint a vivid picture of the world in which we live and the direction in which our society is headed as the result of a collective lack of awareness, increasing incompetence, and passive tolerance for political dishonesty. Voss skillfully uses alter ego, “Newshawk”, whose ability to outline these issues in a brutally honest and humor-filled way makes the reading experience intriguing and amusing. His metaphorical descriptions and skillful use of sarcasm allows his works to be more than just a narrative. “Newshawk” brings life to the content by giving readers a literary dose of his devil-may-care attitude, which transforms mere texts into delightful graphic scenes in one’s imaginative mind.
As one goes through the pages of the book, he will learn to appreciate the courage that inevitably comes with the unveiling of the blatant truths about life, for without such bravery and sense of leadership, people may live blindly in darkness, leaving their voices muffled and their ideas trailing off into thin air. An inspiring, unique and stimulating must-read, “The Newshawk Reports” is a political comedy that powerfully ignites one’s senses.
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The Newshawk Reports * by Frederic Voss
The Writings of a Politically Incorrect Newsbird
Publication Date: September 6, 2012
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