November 24, 2017

 

WHAT AUTHORS ARE SAYING

ABOUT KARI MORAN’S BOOKRADIO SHOW!



the brain_fog_fixmike dowwhite

 

"Kari is a skilled interviewer who helps listeners grasp what books are all about!"

-Dr. Mike Dow

"The Brain Fog Fix"

 

 

the cavendon_womenbarbara taylor_bradford white

"Kari Moran did a wonderful interview with me. Many unique questions, and for a change, this interviewer had read my book, "The Cavendon Women". Her charming manner also added a lot to our conversation."


-Barbara Taylor Bradford

"A Woman Of Substance" & "The Cavendon Women"

 

 

the tin horsejanice steinbrg white

 

"Kari is a total pro. She put me at ease immediately and asked smart questions. She had clearly read my book with interest and care. Particularly with the dwindling print media devoted to books, the literary world is fortunate to have BookRadio."

 

-Janice Steinberg

"The Tin Horse"


 


 

 

Book Radio

Show Sponsors

 

Buy this book at IndieBound

Buy the books featured on The BookRadio Show and more on IndieBound.org 

 

 

dar logo

DAR.FM let’s you RECORD the Show on ANY platform so you can listen whenever you schedule it! It’s quick, convenient and free!

 

bug 120x90

 

Listen anywhere, anytime!  Get Kari Moran's BookRadio Show on your mobile phone with Stitcher SmartRadio.      


Click on the link for your FREE App now!  Thanks, and be sure to tell other Book Fans about the Show, and "Friend" us on FB! 

 

TuneIn

 

 

Privacy Policy

Members Login



Last month November 2017 Next month
S M T W T F S
week 44 1 2 3 4
week 46 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
week 47 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
week 48 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
week 26 27 28 29 30


Subscribe in a reader

facebook 64Like the Show on Facebook

 

Show # 136 – 03/10/14

 

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

 

 

●Alana Conner, Ph.D.

 


●Jenny Offill



●Megan McArdle

 

 

  

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

  

 

 


 

 

Chapter 1: Non-Fiction


 

clash Buy this book at:

amazon-logo IndieBound-Logo

“CLASH!”
8 CULTURAL CONFLICTS THAT MAKE US WHO WE ARE

Original Podcast 05/28/13


By

Hazel R. Markus, Ph.D.
and
Alana Conner, Ph.D.

hazel rose_markus_alana_conner

As our world becomes smaller, awareness of cultural collisions become larger. East versus West, Wall Street versus Main Street, Black versus White...we're all aware of these, but what of the more subtle cultural differences we have to navigate like Male versus Female, Coastal versus Midwestern, Corporate versus Non-profit? Kari talks with Cultural Psychologist Alana Conner about the Cultural Cycle and our Independent versus Interdependent selves. Get the latest findings in social science on how best to bridge culture clashes and thrive.

 

 

 

 




Chapter 2: Literary Fiction


 

the department_of_speculation 


Buy this book at:

amazon-logo IndieBound-Logo

“DEPT. OF

SPECULATION”

A Novel


By

Jenny Offill

jenny offill

 
 
 
  
 

This is a searing portrait of an ultimately enduring marriage between a wife who really wanted to become an "art monster" and a husband she describes as "famously kind". He loves but eventually betrays her to make life "easier". Their love story, and the family they create with a precocious daughter, begins with so much skepticism, they post the return address on their love letters to the "Department of Speculation". An exploration of loneliness, fierce love and forgiveness, their story is told in fragmented phrases can be devoured in a single sitting but will leave you with insights that will linger long after the final page.

 

 

 

 




Chapter 3: “All About e”

 

BookRadio's Chapter 3 – 

"All About e"

The latest e-Book Industry News

with

good e_reader

Editor-in-Chief Michael Kozlowski

GoodEReader.com

 

  




Chapter 4: Self-Help


 

the up_side_of_down 
Buy this book at:

amazon-logo IndieBound-Logo

“THE UP SIDE OF DOWN”

Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success


By

Megan McArdle


megan mcardle

 
 
 

No one escapes failure. Whether personal or professional, failure is a universal experience and it hurts. But why do some people and companies emerge from setbacks in a much better place while others take years, if ever, to recuperate? Kari talks with "Bloomberg View" Columnist and premiere Author Megan McArdle, who contends that failure is a necessary ingredient of success. Can you imagine what would have happened if Lincoln or Edison had given up after repeated failures? McArdle draws on personal experience, the latest research and stories of high achievers who learned from their failures to present a fresh way of looking at life and work.




 

 

 

 




Chapter 5: The Reader’s Round-up


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

 

 

joseph beth_booksellers_logojoseph beth_booksellers_location

Joseph-Beth Booksellers

Lexington, Kentucky


 

http://www.JosephBeth.com