(PRWEB) April 21, 2017
Ajatha Windwalker Wertknotts, a dedicated teacher, counselor and Christian, has completed her new book “Questions That Woman Might Ask”: a thoughtful discussion of recent social issues which pose many questions in society today. Wertknotts briefly lays out the topics of pedophiles, families struggling to hold together, the instability of the education system, welfare reform and many more.
Wertknotts expounds on one of her main points declaring action to help with social issues: “We [adults, teachers, parents] are the role models and the ones who hear the brunt of responsibility. Morality must continue, and decency must be reborn, or we will all be doomed to a future of lawlessness and young anarchists determined to rule unprohibited, uneducated, and uncivilized.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Ajatha Windwalker Wertknotts’s concise inquest of welfare, increased sexual activity in young children, civil rights, and nationality versus citizenship brings to light the pull of the changing culture on these social issues and discusses possible ways to counteract the negative influences that could result if action is not taken.
“Questions That Woman Might Ask” covers a variety of current societal issues that many Americans face but have no answers or solutions. Wertknotts presents a summary and analysis of each issue in plain language and clear reasoning, admitting that numerous answers exist but solutions must be found and acted upon.
Readers who wish to experience this thought-provoking work can purchase“Questions That Woman Might Ask” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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