The Inspired Mic Spotlight – Ernest A. Gallo

I asked Inspired Mic presenters to send me a little something about themselves and what they write. I gave them free reign to pick and choose material about themselves that would be informative and promotional. As The Inspired Mic grows, potential audience participants would like to know something about those who steel their nerves and get up in front of a live audience to present their creativity. In the following days leading up to the October 21st event, each of the October readers who send me their info will be In the Spotlight:

 

Ernie PicErnest A. Gallo

Ernie is a survivor of the deliberate 1967 Israeli attack on the intelligence ship USS Liberty. In promoting his book, Liberty Injustices – A Survivor’s Account of American Bigotry, Ernie will read excerpts. The book was written to educate America of a serious problem facing our nation. His love of country and unique insights based on his Navy experience and 28 years with the Central Intelligence Agency created a deep based passion to capture the deceit, tracery, and bigotry the survivors of the USS Liberty have experienced over 48 years because they refuse to lie about the attack. With the lack of US Government honesty and the effects of our controlled press, the result has short changed the American public as to events in the Middle East.

Ernie’s book is available for purchase at the following fine retailers:

Books A Million: Hardcover  or  Paperback

Barnes and Noble:  Hardcover  or  Paperback

Amazon:  Hardcover  or  Paperback

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