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Show # 197 – 06/25/15


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



●Sarah Hepola


●Rachel Stuhler

●Mel Pohl, MD and Katherine Ketcham




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Chapter 1: Non-Fiction


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Remembering the Things

I Drank to Forget


Sarah Hepola

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When she finally decided she could let go of her "primal" need for alcohol in the summer of 2010, 40-year old Sarah Hepola, a writer and Editor at Salon.com, ended a string of booze-soaked blackouts that began in her teens when she fell in love with what she called "the gasoline of all adventure"....and she had plenty of that. Years later she even did a stand-up comedy stint for 300 people while in a blackout. Drinking too much, too fast washes away short-term memory -- especially in women -- who metabolize alcohol differently than men. But drinkers in blackout mode can be surprisingly functional and that was Sarah's way. Her friends knew her pattern and yet couldn't help. In this frank, insightful and sometimes funny memoir, debut author Sarah Hepola reveals how she finally gave up the thing she loved, so she could begin to find and love herself.





Chapter 2: Literary Fiction


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A Novel




Rachel Stuhler

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Holly Gracin is a struggling Hollywood magazine writer who's about to give up her show-biz dreams and retreat home to upstate New York when she lands a terrific deal to ghostwrite a celebrity bio for 18-year old former Nickelodeon child star Daisy Mae Dixson. But the Pop Songstress, who's now starring in blockbuster films, isn't as wholesome and down-home as she appears. There's the sex, the drugs and the relentless paparazzi tracking her every move as she sails to hotspots in Europe where her whirlwind pace triggers a scandal and a public meltdown. Instead of an honest portrait, Holly knows she's facing the difficult task of resurrecting Daisy's image. Can she rewrite the truth? Daisy is the only one who really knows.





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Chapter 4: Self-Help


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The Proven Program To Help You

Stop Suffering From Chronic Pain,

Avoid Addiction To Painkillers – And Reclaim Your Life


Mel Pohl, MD and Katherine Ketcham

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This is a terrific guidebook to help those suffering from chronic pain who want to alleviate it and also want to avoid dependence on opioid drugs prescribed to suppress it. Here in the U.S., chronic pain is an epidemic -- an estimated 100 million Americans endure constant nerve, muscle or bone pain that drives many of them to take medications that can lead to narcotic addiction. But Dr. Mel Pohl, a family Physician specializing in treating patients with chronic pain and co-addiction says pain meds can actually increase pain and even lead to overdose. Dr. Pohl, Medical Director of the Las Vegas Recovery Center, says the key to healing chronic pain is to accept that you can work through it without narcotics, using a range of effective alternatives for body, mind and spirit to help your body heal the pain without narcotics, sedatives, stimulants, marijuana and alcohol.




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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