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Show # 85 – 03/15/13


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


Matthew Goodman

Alex Espinoza

Dale J. Stephens



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Chapter 1: Non-Fiction

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Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland's History-Making Race Around The World


Matthew Goodman

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Imagine setting off on a round-the-world trip alone, with one small bag, the clothes on your back and a self-imposed deadline to make history. That was the goal of intrepid 25-year old newspaper reporter Nellie Bly in November, 1889. Her editor, Joseph Pulitzer had just bought "The World", and to sell newspapers and make headlines, he approved Bly's trip. A competing editor at "The Cosmopolitan" decided to give Bly some competition...so he sent Writer and Author Elizabeth Bisland in the opposite direction. 28,000 miles later, both women beat the deadline! Kari talks with Author Matthew Goodman about their incredible trip -- right out of the pages of the Jules Verne classic and into the history books.




Chapter 2: Literary-Fiction

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Alex Espinoza

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This is a sweeping, culturally-rich story of a gifted young Mexican boy's evolution in a time of revolution. When the talented Diego Leon begins to understand his true nature, he develops an unquenchable ambition to pursue his creative destiny in Hollywood. Through several twists and turns, fate propels him into the Golden Age of movie-making in the late 1920's, a time when "Latin Lovers" were in high demand both on camera and elsewhere. To reinvent himself and achieve stardom, Diego will sacrifice anything...and anyone...until he learns what really matters.




Chapter 3:“All About e”


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Chapter 4: Self-Help

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Ditch The Lectures, Save Tens of Thousands and Learn More Than Your Peers Ever Will


Dale J. Stephens, Founder of uncollege.org

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Is going to College worth it? If college grads learned the real skills needed to make their way in the world, 22.4% of those under 25 wouldn't be unemployed. Dale Stephens, who ditched school for self-directed study at the tender age of 12, tells Kari that college can be worth it, if you learn to identify your passion, become a self-directed learner and maximize what the institution can offer. This is the guidebook to help students hack their way through to do just that.



Chapter 5: The Reader’s Round-up


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