Book: Ickee Mushta by Sandy Grahamcategories: Book, Tea Party, Extrovert, Introvert, Texting Addiction, Deaf Communication, Student Mischief, Political Chasm, Politics
Sandy Grahamabout this book: Ickee Mushta is a charismatic, extroverted child who grows into a force in opposition to Tea Party politics. Along the way he meets a beautiful, deaf, introverted girl. He becomes intrigued with deaf communication. Together they discover both the benefits and pitfalls their different personalities create.
I set out to write a humorous novel and hopefully succeeded for much of the story. But along the way, my concern for the direction our American society intervened. We have become a society divided by a chasm impossible to bridge. Ultra conservative networks and politicians spew out vitriol against all who take issue with their position. Hiding behind a myth of patriotism, they foment opposition to change and attempts to reach any conciliation regarding everything from international conflict to domestic violence.
Ickee speaks out against the myth spun by ultra conservatives to hide their real motivation and implores us to return a balanced, cooperative government. His hope is not so much to convert conservatives as it is to encourage more moderate thinkers to vote in saner legislators.
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