CHANDLER, AZ (June, 2014) – Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic Christian Society —Where We’ve Been, How We Got Here, and Where We Need to Go by John Horvat II has earned an honorable mention in the General-Nonfiction category at the 2014 New York Book Festival.
“I am so pleased to have my book recognized by so many different awards programs – both in the U.S. and internationally,” says Horvat, who is vice president of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property. “This is quite an honor.”
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Horvat’s book has earned honorable mentions at this year’s Los Angeles Book Festival, Great Southeast Book Festival, Great Southwest Book Festival, Great Northwest Book Festival and last year’s New England Book Festival and London Book Festival.
Without relying solely on statistics, formulas and economic indicators, Return to Order shows how society’s obsession for a secular, materialistic culture is causing social and psychological emptiness and economic ruin. But most importantly, it addresses solutions that correspond to the longings many men and women now have for timeless traditions, family and authenticity.
In addition to Return to Order, Horvat is the author of hundreds of articles, some of which
have appeared worldwide in The Wall Street Journal, FOX News, The Christian Post, The Washington Times, ABC News and C-SPAN, as well as other publications and websites.
Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic Christian Society —Where We’ve Been, How We Got Here, and Where We Need to Go in hardcover (ISBN: 978-0988214804) retails for $21.95 U.S., while the e-book version (ASIN: B00B5HED8W) is $4.95.
To set up an interview or to book Mr. Horvat for a possible event, contact Linda F. Radke at 480-940-8182 or email [email protected]. For more information or to purchase copies of the book, call 855-861-8420 or visit www.ReturnToOrder.org.
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