Open Mic

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Big Daddy Abel wears his heart on his sleeve, and has his “real” heart in the right place. He lays himself emotionally naked for us to read, ponder and absorb. This is real, at times all too real. Be prepared, as Big Daddy takes you for a “real” ride into his real mind, real heart and real soul. More

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Review by: Patricia Hampson on March 10, 2011 :
This is a must read for anyone who has a thinking mind not brainwashed buy the current media pundits. Thank the lord we do have forward thinking young people who are not afraid to think for themselves. ATTA BOY BDA
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Jack Belleville on March 3, 2011 :
I’ve been following the Amish Outlaws for over a couple of years now and am always present with my friends at “Stage Right” when they play in my area, so when I heard that Brother Big Daddy Abel had written his first literary piece, “Open Mic”, I had to check it out. In this day and time when the media tries to sway our opinion to their point of view by bombarding us with their keywords, call to patriotism, and religious beliefs and our inbox is loaded with emails of the same nature, it is great to see a real, intelligent perspective, of what is really going on here. He easily kept my attention and before I knew it, I had clicked my way to the end in one sitting. It was a great read and I look forward to more things in the future from BDA, a man that I am proud to call “My Brother”!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Lucy on March 1, 2011 :
It is amazing how a message can spur such emotion/action in all of us. Author, Big Daddy Abel, is no exception. In this concise work, he shares his strong opinions on a message he received regarding immigration, language and religion: Three very hot topics in this nation, and those upon which all readers will most likely have their own, robust opinions. Whether or not you agree with BDA, you should agree that he hits a nerve, but does so in a way to encourage the reader to THINK about their stance on these topics, and to be open-minded enough to listen to opinions that differ from one's own. It is my viewpoint that the underlying message in this work is not just about the obviously stated opinions, but more so the stark counseling to open one's ears, open one's mind and open one's heart to differing perceptions. Take the time to read "Open Mic." You may learn something about BDA, as well as about yourself.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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