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Show # 62 – 09/26/12


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


Kati Marton – Natalie Serber – Elaine Fox



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



Chapter 1: Non-Fiction

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Kati Marton

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Writing with the earnest intention to share what she’s learned about love, loss, and renewal, award-winning Journalist and Best-selling Author Kati Marton talks with Kari about her earlier career as a Foreign Correspondent in Paris and offers readers her very personal memories of her two great loves -- ABC Correspondent Peter Jennings and Clinton-era U.S. Ambassador Richard Holbrooke.



Chapter 2: Literary-Fiction

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Natalie Serber

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In her debut, Author Natalie Serber draws on her past to offer readers 11 richly drawn short stories…most involving the complex connectedness between single-mother Ruby Hargrove and her daughter, Nora. Serber uses irony, humor and poignant observations to deliver stories spanning Ruby and Nora’s coming of age in the 60’s through the 80’s.



Chapter 3:“All About e”


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Chapter 4: Self-Help

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Elaine Fox

The latest brain science, including cutting edge Epigenetics, is revealing much about how the circuitry of our brains can be rewired. Unhappy pessimists can actually achieve happiness by training their brains to think positively. Leading Research Psychologist Elaine Fox talks with Kari about the latest fascinating findings in neurobiology…the implications are enormous.



Chapter 5: The Reader’s Round-up


Kari asks Books Fans “what are you reading...would you recommend it?