Author, entrepreneur and leader, Jason Kraus, uses the narrative in ‘Late Bird’ to write a bold prescription for America’s return to freedom. Fusing a story of love and passion with a very real wake-up call about the state of the nation’s political and social unrest, Kraus calls all readers into action through a unique blend of education and entertainment. One critic describes Kraus as “an author who truly understands not only what makes America great, but what it will take to keep her the great nation she is.”
El Dorado Hills, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/22/2014 -- Many authors release books to provide readers with nothing but a quick thrill. However, author, entrepreneur and leader Jason Kraus has a very different mandate; to restore America’s greatness and let freedom once again ring. His statement has hit the shelves as a masterfully-crafted book that melds an uplifting story of patriotism with a call-to-action for all Americans who want to reclaim their nation from corrupt politicians and their self-serving special interests.
‘Late Bird’ is the story of the author, his readers and the 300,000,000 citizens who can band together and let their voices roar through the corridors of Capitol Hill. It’s a bold mission from a man who has a passion for helping at the very core of his being.
In pursuit of the American dream ... From an early age Falcon Sane wanted to be president. When asked why, he answered, So I can help people. During a period of political and social unrest in the U.S., tenderhearted Falcon travels through youth into adulthood crossing the paths of love, corruption, and power, in search of the American dream -- freedom. Despite incredible odds, he never gives up, never gives in, and never loses sight of who he is. His quests carry him to the wilderness of the Idaho mountains, into the belly of a foul profiteering county jail, clamped in the jaws of an unethical corporation, and ultimately to a long-desired romance. As a successful businessman, and with an incredible woman at his side, Falcon turns his passion toward fixing the corruption of his beloved America and runs for president. His message is clear: United, we can make a difference.
“My goal is simple: I want to help people,” said Kraus. “It’s time to reclaim America from the corrupt politicians and special interests. Clinton, Bush, Obama—none of them helped this great country rise to her potential. We need a leader not another President. God Bless every sincere heart dedicated to the greatness of the United States and the ultimate dream. The dream of Freedom. This is OUR country. Shoulder-to-shoulder brothers and sisters. Late Bird is meant to inspire and forge new thoughts.”
Continuing, “My desire is to capture the energy and passion Americans feel for our country. Let’s send a message to all sitting politicians—your time has passed. Freedom-loving Americans are fed up. Late Bird offers outlined policy reform and provides feasible solutions wrapped in an exciting tale.”
Since its release, the book has garnered a string of rave reviews. One reader commented, “A wonderful story of honesty and reverence of the true American experience. Great read! Jason Kraus has hit a home run. Read it and understand how American freedom gives you choices and chances to be the best you can be.”
Another critic adds, “Just finished the book. Thank you so much for sharing your life with us. Not only did I laugh and cry, my focus changed from all the chaos we are in right now, to the excitement of our future. Even though you wrote this as a novel, this can and will happen! Time for us to get to work!”
‘Late Bird’, available now on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1w2wNX5.
It can also be purchased directly from the publisher: http://bit.ly/1rpFeUM.
About Jason Kraus
Jason Kraus is an author and entrepreneur. His background includes a BA in psychology, counseling of troubled youths, and law enforcement. He writes a regular column for the purpose of breathing appreciation, freedom, and responsibility back into America. He lives in California with his wife. You can find him on Facebook under Jason Kraus and Twitter under falconsane.