S01-E12 – PR Pro Scott Lorenz on finding the right title for your book

S1, E13: New on #Book Spectrum: #PR and #Publicity Pro Scott Lorenz, who has placed authors in national and international publications as well as #radio and #television stations, talks with host Chris Cordani about his book designed to help writers of their own books: Book Title Generator: A Proven System in Naming Your Book.
#Authors work hard writing, proofreading, and re-writing their books several times. Still, the small amount of words on the cover can make a huge difference between a best-seller and a missed opportunity.
Lorenz offers his experience and expertise in book promotion to help authors know what elements in a good title attract both readers and potential press. It is an important book for all those who want to compose a book. As a podcaster/broadcaster, I will add this book is also valuable for program, workshop and event creators.
Pick up the book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2C2bHml
Scott’s website: https://www.book-marketing-expert.com/

S01-E11 – "King of Satire" Preston Coleman: The Lost Gospel of Donald

This week on Book Spectrum: During a time of political vitriol and comedians who are trying to pass themselves off as political pundits, what happened to the good old American tradition of light-heartedly making fun of our political leaders on both sides? Every president has mannerisms and idiosyncrasies which are ripe for some jocular ribbing, so let’s all lighten up a bit.
Enter Satirist Dr. Preston Coleman, who has lampooned pols from all over the spectrum, who joins Book Spectrum to talk about his new book: The Lost Gospel of Donald. A couple of decades ago, he targeted the Clintons with his humorist glasses in the book Those Arkansaw Bumpkins.
In The Lost Gospel of Donald, Dr. Coleman takes us back to Biblical times as we meet the Roman Empire’s Donald of Gaul, a casino magnate who witnesses Jesus’ miracles and constantly tries to sign the Son of God as a magic act at his venue. Coleman brilliantly plays around with the public persona that made pre-President Trump an enjoyably bombastic business celebrity to create a book which will entertain both Trump supporters and detractors.
Dr. Coleman talks with host Chris Cordani about the book, the Donald of Gaul character, how poking some fun at leaders on both sides of the fence can be politically therapeutical and how many in our nation might need to develop a sense of humor.

Pick up The Lost Gospel of Donald on Amazon: https://amzn.to/30WwBOw
Pick up Those Arkansaw Bumpkins on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3hGuHHK
Preston’s website: https://prestoncoleman.com/

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

S01-E07-Carroll Baker of Classic Films: Who Killed Big Al?

This week on #Book Spectrum: star of the silver screen Carroll Baker talks with host Chris Cordani about her new mystery thriller, “Who Killed Big Al?” Known best for starring roles in the classic movies “Baby Doll,” “How the West Was Won,” “The Carpetbaggers” and “Something Wild” among many others, this is Ms. Baker’s fourth book.
During our conversation, we meet the characters who assemble on the fictional Escape Island off the Canadian coast, including the sharp-dressing but rather uncouth Big AL, who winds up dead where everyone has a motive and rather dark secrets. Can you solve the mystery?
We also look back at Carroll’s on-screen career and how she got into writing over the years.
https://www.bookspectrum.com
#Books #mystery #thriller #authors #interviews #movies #westerns #ScreenBabyDoll

S01-E06 – Jamie DeNovo: I-M-Possible Muscle For the Mind

Jamie DeNovo, a successful businesswoman and visionary who came back from a nightmare traumatic event which threatened to destroy her company, family and life tells her story. When all seemed lost, Jamie learned how to use the power of #neuroscience and Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland to physically adjust her brain to set her mind to get take her life back and become successful once again. Collaborating with one of the world’s top neuroscientists, Dr. Bryan Kolb, Jamie wrote I.M.Possible Muscle for the Mind: The Power To Achieve Success When Success Seems Impossible.
Jamie talks with host Chris Cordani about the book, how she developed the I-M-Possible Mind Muscle concept and how you can learn to adjust your own #brain to soon achieve #success, even if it seems impossible now.

Jamie developed I.M.Possible Muscle for the Mind, a precedent-setting brain change program that will give anyone the power to scale mental walls and achieve successes that now seem impossible. With humor, compassion and insight, Jamie now uses the findings of neuroscience to equip others to reach inside themselves and achieve great things even under the most adverse conditions.

Jamie’s Website: https://www.imakepossible.org/
Find Jamie’s book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3dNwkRU
The Companion Workbook on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3aDuotc

S01-E05 -Richard Krauland: Does Science Prove the Existence of God?

Can Science prove the existence of God?

In this new book Enlightened in the 21st Century, author Richard Krauland brings together his science and mathematics background to prove the existence of God and dispel certain scientific and political theories.

Krauland, a Professor of Mathematics at Pennsylvania University, takes the approach from his years as financial analyst, bank CEO, North American bridge champion analyzing the parts and coming up with the whole picture. Initially, Richard’s writings were meant to be letters to his children and not intended to be published. His kids, however, convinced their dad to bring Enlightened in the 21st Century to all of us.

Says Krauland, “Something, or someone, has organized all these particles, atoms, molecules, proteins, cells, organisms, and systems, so we can survive and multiply on this earth for the many years of our lives.”

Richard’s Website: www.EnlightenedInThe21stCentury.com

Get the book from Amazon: https://amzn.to/3cRXhTX

S01-E04 – Ann Marie Hancock: You Can't Drive Your Car to Your Own Funeral

On the next #Book Spectrum, Chris welcomes Ann Marie Hancock, author of You Can’t Drive Your Car to Your Own Funeral. Ann Marie tells an honest and unique story about the challenges of #caregiving after her mother was diagnosed with terminal #cancer. The book is also about the bond between mothers and daughters with both compelling and funny stories from Ann Marie’s time with her mom.
Ann Marie Hancock digs deeper into her heart as she and her daughter together overcome the devastating effects of Multiple Sclerosis with a message of undeniable optimism. http://www.bookspectrum.com
#MS #MothersAndDaughters #CaringForAParent

Pick up the book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2vlGmZ2

Ann Marie Hancock’s Website: http://authorannmariehancock.com/

S01-E03: Susan Zimet, Author of Roses and Radicals: The Epic Story of How Women Won the Right to Vote

Susan Zimet, anti-hunger advocate and author of the book Roses and Radicals: The Epic Story of How American Women Won the Right to Vote, talks with host Chris Cordani about the earliest days of the suffrage movement through the final ratification of the 19th ammendment and the women who made it happen.