A writer, philosopher and traveller inspired by nature, an author writes under the pen name "Ross Kramer." His upcoming venture “The Rise of Donald Drumpf” is an alternative history fiction written in the style of satirical play.
Miami, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/17/2016 -- "The Rise of Donald Drumpf" is a three-act satirical play with drama and dark humour being two of the major components. The play has been authored under the pen name "Ross Kramer." Ross has never been interested in politics, and has no political interests behind his upcoming play. However, as an author, he is intrigued by the role of psychological portraits of individuals found amongst the dramatic paintings of human history.
The author mentions, "The frequency with which the biographies of outrageous psychopaths are entwined with wars, genocide, and destruction in various regions of our long-suffering planet is truly remarkable. And then the question arises, almost involuntarily: Why is it that people allow dictators to control their destinies? What is it that leads entire countries and nations toward death or decline?"
The publication of the first edition of the play has been scheduled for December of this year. Ross Kramer hopes that his satirical play will inspire people to think about the issue of dictatorship and how the dictators come to power in the eras of instability and crisis amongst the nations. The play will rely heavily on imagination and art to hypothetically consider the ascendancy to power of a person with dictatorial inclinations.
Ross Kramer is currently in the process of completing and elaborating the play. A major challenge for the author is to maintain the pace and the level of the play. He has also started a Kickstarter campaign to raise $10,000 for "The Rise of Donald Drumpf." All funds raised will be used for the official release of the play, printing costs, narrator' salary for the audio version of the book as well as the future projects. This particular project will only be funded if at least $10,000 is pledged by Tuesday, November 8.
To find out more about this campaign, please visit http://kck.st/2e52F7L