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S01-E10 – Kate Wiswell's Full Frontal Nerdity; release your inner nerd

Author Kate Wiswell tells us how important it is to embrace your inner nerd in her new book, Full Frontal Nerdity.
Wiswell is a Nerd-of-all-Trades: Educated at Harvard and an alumnus of the Second City. Kate tells her story through complex mathematics, comedy and her adventures in navigating social situations. Kate’s life story and the way she tells it can encourage all of us to proudly display our inner geekiness. #FullFrontalNerdity
Kate’s website: https://ffnerdityblog.wordpress.com/
Buy the book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MtXUah

S01-E09 – Rick Pribell on how alike we all are despite our faiths and creeds

Rick Pribell writes about his spiritual journey in Imagine God.
While his story centers around recovery from a major health issue, Pribell reveals the lessons he has learned about people of all faiths in his travels. While religion has been the subject of arguments, celebration and wars through centuries, Rick Pribell asks why it matters how someone worships but that we all have things in common: emotions, basic human needs, desires, we all want to protect our families, to contriute to society and to be treated kindly. Perhaps if we all come to those realizations through our own faiths, we would all get along much better.
Pribell also looks at the decades-long trend of younger people eschewing faith in large numbers. The author talks about why this has happend and how younger people can re-discover God (or the God of their faith).

Pick up the book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Zzwrfj
Rick Pribell’s Website: https://imaginegodbooks.com/

S01-E08 – Dr Richard Ruhling: Health, Happiness & Destiny Come From Wise Choices

This week on #Book Spectrum, we talk health with Holistic Health Dr. Richard Ruhling, a physician who took public health to serve in Africa but ended up teaching at Loma Linda University where he discovered proper eating can reverse most diseases. He is the author of Health, Happiness & Destiny Come From Wise Choices. Dr. Ruhling talks about one of the leading killers of Americans: prescription drugs, the pharmaceutical industry’s desire to keep consistent clients over finding cures and how to take better care of yourself through wise diet choices.
Dr. Ruhling also discusses the merits and mistakes with the current conventional wisdom about the COVID-19 pandemic, steps to take toward preventing yourself from being afflicted by the coronavirus and what you will want to do if you think you have symptoms.
Our conversation will be available later this week during our next Book Spectrum episode.

Buy the book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2WyAJ3n

Find out more about the book and our show on http://www.bookspectrum.com

Host Chris Cordani

Host Chris Cordani

Chris Cordani, host of Book Spectrum, used to love reading the backs and sides of cereal boxes, which led to him soon hearing about this place called the Library. After asking, “The library? What’s going on down there?” he decided to check it out. Years later, he created this podcast.

Through his career, Chris has created, hosted and produced several genres of talk and entertainment radio programs, creating and growing several throughout his career. Among his work, Chris also hosts the internationally-syndicated Revenge of the 80s Radio show, produces two shows airing in the NY-Metro market and worked in several capacities for stations of various formats throughout New York, including longtime talk station WOR. Through his work, Cordani creates content for radio shows and podcasts, books and interviews top newsmakers, leaders and celebrities from varied fields including entertainment, business, current events, politics, sports and history.



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