Tired of politics as usual? Feeling pressured to take sides? Exhausted trying to figure out who you need to unfriend today? Author Lisa Orban comes to the rescue using humor, sarcasm, and a little bit of math to engage readers with a collaborative approach to solving our problems as a society united, rather than one resigned to remain in our current fractured state. Nor does the author require absolute agreement on everything presented during the course of the book, instead readers are encouraged to find the compromise in between the disagreements (or throw the book around the room if it makes you feel better).
Challenging the situation normal, all f**cked up narrative, the author encourages readers to find their common ground. We all want quality education for our children, good roads to drive on, safe water and food, accessible medicine and healthcare, clean cities, upward mobility, and a secure life for ourselves and our family. If I were Dictator takes away the Us vs. Them in these agreed upon needs of our country and presents a blueprint to begin doing just that.
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Lisa Orban was born in Galesburg, IL a long time ago on a hot summer day. Due to various shenanigans by the adults in her life, her time in Galesburg was short and the family moved to Quincy, IL where they settled down for a good long stay.
Things were rolling along for a while inside the confines of Quincy, and Lisa rolled with them. There were several divorces, marriages, different schools, friends lost & gained, and many, many moves throughout all this activity. Until, quite unexpectedly, Lisa found herself in foster care at 16, much to her surprise.
Upon turning 18, Lisa ran away as fast as she could to Phoenix, AZ where she lived for 3 years. Got married, had a two sons, made many mistakes, and then eventually, ran for her life back to Quincy, where she still lives to this day.
Lisa went to college, earned an Associates in Psychology, raised her kids, got married, and divorced, several times, bought a house and eventually settled down to live the life she wanted, as the ringleader in a madhouse of anarchy. She now writes books, takes in human strays in need of help, travels, and pretty much does whatever she wants, and is quite happy about it.
She became an author in 2015 with her first book, It’ll Feel Better when it Quits Hurting, and hasn’t stopped since.