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10/17/13

Giveaway Interview WATERGATE AMENDMENT by JOHN FITZGERALD

A CLOSER LOOK AT THE WATERGATE SCANDAL
-After 20 Years of Research, Author Writes Political Thriller Surrounding Watergate and the 25th Amendment

The Watergate Scandal. A presidential disaster that still hasn’t met its equal. Involving the only resignation of a U.S. president, the Watergate Scandal rocked America’s faith in the political system. And perhaps for the better.

When John Fitzgerald first heard about the Watergate Scandal, he couldn’t understand why Nixon wouldn’t try to burn the tapes and cover-up the incident. In seeking the answer to this small question, he ended up uncovering not only information about Nixon and Watergate, but smaller pieces to the impossible puzzle that included Nelson Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, and, above all, the importance of the 25th Amendment. His 20 years of collected research on these events led him to write Watergate Amendment. In a suspenseful political thriller, Fitzgerald attempts to answer what happened, and what went wrong, all those years ago.

In an eye-opening interview, Fitzgerald can discuss, among other topics:

·   How the 25th Amendment could’ve played into the Watergate scandal
·   The possible role that Nelson Rockefeller played in Nixon’s resignation
·   How Nixon’s resignation wasn’t done to U.S. protocol
·   Manipulated elections
·   Political conspiracy theories

John Fitzgerald spent 20 years researching and doing work on Watergate Amendment. He served as a Paratrooper in Vietnam and then worked in manufacturing and marketing in the plastics industry, including munitions for the U.S. Navy.  He has published another book, Thanksgiving Breakfast, and is currently writing a third historical novel. He currently resides in Oregonia, OH with his wife.

For more information on Watergate Amendment, please visit watergateamendment.com


Watergate Amendment is available in paperback and ebook form on www.Amazon.com.


1. What is the first book you remember reading by yourself as a child?
The day they shook the plum tree.


2. What are you reading right now?
Sarum


3. How does your garden grow?
Very green with lots o f spices.


4. What is the last thing you Googled?
Information about mules.


5. What makes you cringe?
The squeal of car tires

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12 comments:

  1. This sounds interesting! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. This book sounds so interesting. I'd love to win/read it.

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  3. Just read your great review on Watergate Amendment. I remember watching a lot of the hearings when I was younger. I would love to read this book.

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  4. Just read your great review on Watergate Amendment. I remember watching a lot of the hearings when I was younger. I would love to read this book.

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  5. Watergate is a watershed moment in the history of Americans that begs for more investigation to see which version comes closest to the truth. This looks like an invigorating read and will make for more lively discussions.

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  6. Sounds like a very interesting thriller. I would love to read it. Thanks for having the giveaway.
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  7. More wonderfully sinister information about Watergate! I wonder what would happen if this this occurred in todsy's even more polarized climate. Nixon seemed to be much more powerful than recent Presidents! I guess Watergate helped legitimate further disrespect of the Presidency!!

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  8. I would love a copy of this book! I haven't read a good political thriller in a long time, but just recently read one that has me hooked on this genre again, "No One Can Know" by Adrienne LaCava. http://adriennelacava.com/ It is a fascinating read that takes a unique hook around still riveting, real mystery- the JFK assassination. I would love to read another great thriller about watergate. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  9. Count me in! This book looks fabulous. Thanks, Betty, for telling us about No One Can Know. I love political thrillers!

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  10. Count me in! This book looks fabulous. Thanks, Betty, for telling us about No One Can Know. I love political thrillers!

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