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Show # 183 – 02/17/15


Welcome to Kari Moran’s BookRadio Show!


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



●David J. Linden, PhD.


●Daniel Handler

●Eve Pell




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Chapter 1: Non-Fiction


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The Science of

Hand, Heart and Mind


David J. Linden, PhD.

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Of the 5 main senses, touch is one of the most important and yet, after the age of 20, our capacity to feel touch diminishes by 1% each year! Touch is paramount to both physical and emotional fact, it's the very first sense we develop -- at the very tender age of 8 weeks, while in our mother's womb. In "Touch", Johns Hopkins Neuroscience Professor David J. Linden reveals the latest fascinating findings about how our brains and our body's touch circuits work in tandem...and what happens when they don’t. You'll discover the relationship between our sense of touch and serious physical conditions, including obesity and Type 2 Diabetes and you'll learn why we use expressions like "he's out of touch" or, "she rubs me the wrong way."





Chapter 2: Literary Fiction


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A Novel


Daniel Handler

Best-selling Children's

Book Author

Lemony Snicket

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This is a somewhat fantastical yet very adult novel about 14-year old Gwen Needles, the only child of struggling Radio Producer Phil Needles and his Artist wife, Marina. Angst-ridden Gwen plots with her best-friend Amber to break free of parental controls and societal expectations. They hijack a boat and plunder for treasure on San Francisco Bay – much like they imagine real Pirates experienced on the high seas. Also aboard are two crew members...a naive neighborhood boy and Gwen's Alzheimer's-challenged Grandfather. That's when things go very, very wrong.





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 Wisdom of

Unexpected Romance


Eve Pell

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She didn't expect it, but twice-divorced writer and documentarian Eve Pell fell in love at the age of 68 with a man in her running club. He was 10 years older. Theirs was a tender yet passionate marriage that ended when Sam died 6 years later. She wrote about it in a "New York Times" Modern Love column and it struck a chord with readers. Late-in-life love is a growing phenomenon among aging Baby-Boomers. In "Love, Again", Eve tells the story of her years with Sam and shares the love stories of 14 other couples – gay and straight – who open up and share their intimate stories about the joys and challenges of loving, again.




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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