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What To Do About POTASS: A comedic novella of political errors

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Tongue-in-cheek satire that will have you laughing out loud!

What To Do About POTASS tells the story of the bumbling antics of legislators and The President or, as he is known in the book, POTASS.

When Capitol Hill maintenance worker Thomas Wilson (or Will Thompson, as POTASS calls him) overhears different groups of legislators scheming about saving the country through
Paperback, 210 pages
Published October 5th 2019 by Glenn Shepard MD
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Dec 30, 2019 rated it really liked it
Glenn Shepard brings us a humorous, political novella, What To Do About Potass. The author's stories intricately woven with wit allow any reader to enjoy this book. Generally speaking, politics is a taboo topic; people either love you or hate you, with a passion. Shepard allows his readers to see the presidential seat in a different view as he realizes that he can trust very few people around him.

There is so much truth, sadly but true, woven within What To Do About Potass as Glenn Shepard shows
Rachel Kester
Dec 14, 2019 rated it really liked it
Author Glenn Shepard writes this satirical story about the chaotic life on Capitol Hill, particularly the president who is deemed POTASS in this novella. In it, you’ll read of Thomas Wilson, a maintenance worker who has been hired by the president to collect press stories about him, and who overhears a plot by legislators to overthrow the president in various ways in a scheme they believe will help to save the country. Wilson tells the president, but POTASS dismisses his concerns. Eventually, ...more
Jimmy Jefferson
Dec 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A satire look at the political landscape today

This comic presentation is amazingly funny and yet still filled with current political issue we see today. Your political views aside, this is one of those stories that will transcend the isle and be enjoyable from both sides of the fence. The story refers to the “potas” and the humor continues to flow from the golf course termination to the end. I throughly enjoyed the book and would say that I find some good relations and comparison to current
Shanell Meek
Jan 15, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
All around funny read.

First I want to stress this book is satire. It’s not meant to be taken seriously as it’s written in a tongue in cheek style that is meant to make the reader laugh. That being said it kind of reminds me of our current political situation and different branches of the government plotting to save the world while the “POTASS” just does his thing. The book is fun and full of laughs. It’s a pretty short read and doesn’t take long to get through at all especially if you’re like
Jan 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Glenn Shepard has brought us a hilarious account of politics in today’s age. No matter what side of the aisle you find yourself, there is a goofy politician out there for you.

Democrats are bumbling idiots and the Republicans are stuttering yes men. I try never to talk politics on my blog as it is such a polarizing issue in our country, but honestly, I laughed so hard I had tears running down my face.

Not only is it hilarious, but it is a quick read. I award What to Do a=About POTASS a full 5 out
Liliyana Shadowlyn
Jan 14, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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What to Do About POTASS is a timely, cheeky story. Given the current state of American politics, this book brings some much-needed levity. A true satire, POTASS will have you giggling at every turn. A brilliant way to take a break and relieve some stress! Even if politics isn't your thing, you'll enjoy this hilarious story.
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