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Show # 157 – 08/12/14


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



●Dianne Hales


●Laura McBride

●Michael Harris




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Chapter 1: Non-Fiction


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A Life Discovered


Dianne Hales


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Every year, 9 million tourists visit her visage at the Louvre...and the "Mona Lisa" smiles back at them behind bullet-proof glass – guarded around the clock. Her unsigned portrait is the world's most famous and is valued at $760 million dollars. So who was the model who posed for then 48-year old Leonardo da Vinci in Florence in 1503? When new historical research recently confirmed her identity as 24-year old Lisa Gherardini del Giocondo, Journalist and prize-winning Author Dianne Hales decided to visit her world, retrace her steps and meet her descendents. Blending biography, history and memoir, Hales takes the reader to the vibrant golden age of Florence where Mona Lisa married at 16, inspired a masterpiece at 24, died at 63 and became immortal.





Chapter 2: Literary Fiction


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A Novel



Laura McBride

Encore from 06/09/14

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The boomtown that was Las Vegas is the magnet that eventually connects the disparate lives of two troubled young soldiers from different wars, an 8 year old boy and his impoverished Albanian immigrant family and a woman struggling to cope with the sudden implosion of her 30 year marriage. In this, her debut novel, Laura McBride tells a story of resilience, hope and compassion despite losses that buckle the spirit. Of this strength in adversity, Emily Dickinson wrote:

"We never know how high we are 'till we are called to rise; and then, if we are true to plan, our statures touch the skies."





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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Reclaiming What We've Lost

In A World of Constant Connection


Michael Harris


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If you were born before 1985, Author Michael Harris says, like him, you're a member of the Straddle Generation....the last cohort of those who remember what life was like BEFORE the Internet came along and changed everything. Harris was a busy award-winning journalist when he realized that his digitally demanding world had robbed him of time to ruminate, daydream and be alone with his thoughts. It was then he realized the "loss of lack". Harris interviewed experts around the world to examine how this "Gutenberg Moment" is transitioning us from truly connecting as humans to a virtual world where we can't look up from our screens long enough to connect with ourselves, let alone anyone else! Harris says it's not too late to remember the gift of absence. If we don't, we may never remember its value.




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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