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Carl Berryman’s Q&A with Publishers Weekly

Along with other indie writers, Carl Berryman’s sponsored Q&A was published on Sunday, November 27, 2022.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – WEBWIRE

From military service to becoming a futuristic fiction writer, Carl Berryman answers insightful questions on BookLife Talks about his recent novel, “Divided We Fall.”

He highlights his thoughts on the current state of US politics heading toward a leftward shift through his futuristic dystopian war novel, “Divided We Fall,” which is about the explorations on political correctness becoming a tool for oppression and how it deprives liberty.

Although the book was written in 2008, the story evolves as coincidentally relevant in today’s society. Berryman shares his inspiration to write and look through a futuristic lens on social issues and society’s trajectory towards socialism, which shares a gripping experience of vicariously living a potential reality filled with chaos through the stories in the book, “Divided We Fall.” Furthermore, it profoundly explores radical opinions on political correctness.

With his remarkable experiences and achievements in military service, he paved the way to build a career in writing fictional novels. Ultimately, he wants to make people aware of the infinite probabilities society faces.

“I don’t want to tell readers anything about myself. I want them to consider the book as portraying the consequences of allowing politicians to ignore the Constitution and consolidate power in their own hands at the expense of individual freedoms and the rule of law,” said Berryman.

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 Carl Berryman
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 Suspense Thrillers
 Literature & Fiction
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