NN&V: Obama 2012 Slogans Rewritten is your second book, and it’s very different from your first, Don’t Take My Lemonade Stand. Can you describe the seed idea for it and how it developed?
JJ: My story is how social media became a part of not only my book promotion, but one of how it helps me to get out my message of limited government, living within your means, and the need for a strong Defense to liberalism, that is, the principles in my book, Don’t Take My Lemonade Stand.
Also, the Obama 2012 Slogans Rewritten were just spur-of-the-moment thoughts at the end of my daily news commentary tweets, but then my followers (now totaling 20,500+) encouraged me to put the slogans into book form to expose the true nature and philosophy of Obama. Obama 2012 Slogans Rewritten provides a little fun with the facts!
NN&V: What kind of response are you getting from your readers to the book?
JJ: Terrific. Obama 2012 Slogans Rewritten sells online Amazon, in Barnes &Noble, and iBookstore (where-ever). Plus, it sells very well at my speaking engagements.
NN&V: Have you noticed a different audience is purchasing/reading this book? Can you describe who they are?
JJ: Actually, the audience for Obama 2012 Slogans and Don’t Take My Lemonade Stand – An American Philosophy are quite similar, but with a few differences. People bought and are buying Don’t Take My Lemonade Stand to better understand conservatism versus liberalism/progressivism. They wanted to understand exactly what each group believes in and why each is supported by their followers. Readers of Obama 2012 Slogans Rewritten just want to know more about how President Obama thinks, and they enjoy the often humorous format.
NN&V: What is your favorite slogan?
JJ: “Obama has a dream—you wouldn’t like it!”
NN&V: Anything else you’d like to add?
JJ: Hannity likes the slogans!