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Books by Drew Nickell

  • Bending Your Ear—A Collection of Essays on the Issues of Our Times

    Bending Your Ear—A Collection of Essays on the Issues of Our Times delves into the political issues facing America at a crucial moment in this country’s history, where we find ourselves struggling with our national identity and the direction in which we are headed. We have been bombarded with contradictory and confusing messages by the political and media classes to the point where we have collectively lost our way, forgotten our history, and lost touch with what it actually means to be an American. We need to be reminded that “we the people” have the ability to think for ourselves, and recapture all that has made this country the greatest country the world has ever known.
    Drew Nickell pulls no punches with regards to both the sociological and political states in which we find ourselves. He assesses the current events of American politics and offers solutions, at a critical time when we decide which direction we will take in the 2016 general election. Now is the time for anyone who cares deeply about America, to read what is contained in Bending Your Ear—a Collection of Essays on the Issues of Our Times.


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Author Drew Nickell has written editorials and feature articles which have appeared in the Washington Post, the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the (now defunct) Richmond News-Leader, the Baltimore Sun, The Hill’s Congress Blog, collegiate newspapers and many online media sites. Most of the essays appear on his site, http://www.drewnickell.com, which has been read in fifty countries on six continents since its launch for public consumption in September of 2015. His essays deal with political commentary, social commentary and occasionally, sports. Nickell earned a bachelor of science degree in communications-journalism at James Madison University in 1981, He has enjoyed an interest in national politics since the age of ten, and a love of writing since the age of fourteen, thanks to the encouragement he received from his seventh-grade English teacher. He is a native of Richmond, Virginia, and currently lives and works in Virginia Beach.

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