Recent release "Used Too, Tomorrow!" from Page Publishing author Wm. D. Braley is a warning of what might occur if one does not fight to protect their rights. When the narrator's young grandchildren ask him to go off and do the activities he used to do in his youth, he explains they are no longer allowed as people in power have outlawed them completely.
MT. GILEAD, N.C., Aug. 15, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Wm. D. Braley has completed his new book "Used Too, Tomorrow!": a powerful story detailing a potential future for America if one does not stand up and protect their rights they currently have.
"This is just a fictional story today," writes Braley. "Tomorrow it could become a reality. If we don't take a stand, if we don't work together to preserve our heritage and teach our next generations, we could lose these things. If you think it's not important for our next generations to have the right to hunt and fish, then consider this. One day, it might be you having this conversation with your grandchildren about the Used Tos."
Published by Page Publishing, Wm. D. Braley's stirring tale serves as warning of what might lay on the horizon if those in control are able to wield their power and take away the rights of others. Using this fictional story, Braley demonstrates the dangers that come with striping away rights and allowing things one holds dear to become a thing of the past.
Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase "Used Too, Tomorrow!" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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