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Contact: Deb Shorter, firstname.lastname@example.org; 603-523-9549; www.debshorter.com
Former Caseworker Rips the Mask Off Welfare Fraud, Calls for Reforms in “An Eye into Welfare: Giving Away Your Tax Dollars”
Author Deb Shorter is proud to announce the publication of her first book, "An Eye Into Welfare - Giving Away Your Tax Dollars,” exposing the games, tricks and fraud used by many seeking welfare, and answers why some who truly deserve it are denied.
Shorter, who worked as a case worker for ten years, brings her many valuable, first-hand insights to the topic of welfare, which she considers in urgent need of reform.
In “An Eye Into Welfare,” Shorter delves into the twisted, turbulent and troubled world of the Welfare System, exposing who gets help, and who doesn't, and the reasons why.
In the interview room of a caseworker, she hears client’s troubles and works her way through the government policies that determine if aid will be distributed.
“Readers will run the gamut of emotions as they read this book,” she says. “They’ll laugh, they’ll cry, and they'll get angry. Then, they’ll want to fix the system.”
This entertaining and informative book offers ways to do just that, and spells out Ten Easy Solutions to America's budget problems within Human Services, especially Social Security.
Born in Amesbury, Massachusetts in 1961, Shorter now lives in New Hampshire's beautiful North Country with her husband, Ron and two Red Bone Coonhounds. She writes in lovely a cabin in the woods called "The Pen Den." She is a grandmother of seven.
Shorter loves to hear from her readers, and enjoys their reactions to her work.
“They are my enthusiasm,” she says. “It’s weird how so many people love the emotional roller coaster I send them on - and that is EXACTLY what I wanted!”
An Eye Into Welfare: Giving Away Your Tax Dollars is available in an affordable print edition from Amazon Createspace for $12.99 at https://www.createspace.com/4067938
and as a Kindle eBook for $2.99 at http://amzn.com/B00AQ3KRRM. For more information, visit www.debshorter.com.