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"Wayfaring Strangers"

A Novel


James Lee Burke


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"The End Of Absence"

Recaliming What We've Lost In A World Of Constant Connection


Michael Harris


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"Mona Lisa"

A LIfe Discovered


Dianne Hales


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"Mother Nature Is Trying To Kill You"


Dan Riskin, PhD.


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"Powers Of Two"

Finding The Essence of Innovation in Creative Pairs


Joshua Wolf Shenk







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Show # 154 – 07/21/14


Welcome to Kari Moran’s BookRadio Show!


Special Summer Remix!


Each week, you’ll hear about three new and notable


Non-Fiction, Literary Fiction and Self-Help Books


So, speakers on! For an engaging and informative hour of conversations with Kari's Guest Authors



●Caryl Rivers

& Rosalind C. Barnett, PhD


●Justin Go

●Steven D. Levitt

& Stephan J. Dubner




Click on the Player Below to Hear This Week’s Show






Chapter 1: Non-Fiction


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How the Myth of Female Ascendance is Hurting Men, Women—and Our Economy

Encore from 1/13/14


Caryl Rivers


Rosalind C. Barnett, PhD

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Despite dramatic gains in higher education and employment, women's progress is stuck and may even be shifting in reverse. So says Psychologist and Researcher Rosalind Barnett whose latest book with colleague, Caryl Rivers, contends that even though women "shattered the glass ceiling" in the late 80's and 90's, subtle forms of bias and deeply rooted discrimination continue to slow down their progress into higher paying positions of power. Consider that, over a lifetime of work, a woman with a B.A. will earn about $700,000 less than her male counterpart! It’s a pattern in nearly all career fields...and can only be changed by creating greater awareness and accountability. The return on investment for men, women and the nation's economy will be worth it.





Chapter 2: Literary Fiction


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A Novel

Encore from 4/21/14


Justin Go

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In his premiere novel, Author Justin Go paints powerful portraits of two parallel love stories...one developing during World War One, the other in the present day. Back in 1916, British 2nd Lieutenant Ashley Walsingham's one week love affair with Imogen Soames-Andersson compels him to leave his entire fortune to her. He dies in a climbing expedition in 1924...Imogen seemingly disappears. Fast-forward to the present, when San Francisco grad student Tristan Campbell learns he's the only heir to Imogen's fabulous inheritance...IF he can prove his lineage. In Paris, Tristan meets and falls for a Mirielle...will theirs be a tryst or true love? This story exposes the seemingly capricious nature of Love and the deep and indelible mark it can carve on the human heart.





Chapter 3: “All About e”


BookRadio's Chapter 3 – 

"All About e"

The latest e-Book Industry News


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Chapter 4: Self-Help


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The Authors of Freakonomics Offer to Retrain Your Brain



Encore from 6/16/14


Steven D. Levitt

& Stephen J. Dubner

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Just what does it take to put "Feakonomics" to work? The pair that introduced millions to a new way to view the world and see the hidden side of just about everything is back with "Think Like A Freak". University of Chicago Economist Steven Levitt and award-winning Author and Journalist Stephen Dubner present an atypical "Self-Help" book...Kari talks with Stephen Dubner about this latest iteration. It offers examples of how "Freakonomics" can help you examine problems more productively and creatively. Dubner says rational thinking can retrain your brain so, if you admit you don't know something, you can arrive at better ideas, persuade more effectively and think like a "Freak".




Chapter 5: The Reader’s Round-up

Kari checks in with Indie Bookstores to ask about this week's most popular books! 

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