February 23, 2020




the brain_fog_fixmike dowwhite


"Kari is a skilled interviewer who helps listeners grasp what books are all about!"

-Dr. Mike Dow

"The Brain Fog Fix"



the cavendon_womenbarbara taylor_bradford white

"Kari Moran did a wonderful interview with me. Many unique questions, and for a change, this interviewer had read my book, "The Cavendon Women". Her charming manner also added a lot to our conversation."

-Barbara Taylor Bradford

"A Woman Of Substance" & "The Cavendon Women"



the tin horsejanice steinbrg white


"Kari is a total pro. She put me at ease immediately and asked smart questions. She had clearly read my book with interest and care. Particularly with the dwindling print media devoted to books, the literary world is fortunate to have BookRadio."


-Janice Steinberg

"The Tin Horse"




Book Radio

Show Sponsors


Buy this book at IndieBound

Buy the books featured on The BookRadio Show and more on IndieBound.org 



dar logo

DAR.FM let’s you RECORD the Show on ANY platform so you can listen whenever you schedule it! It’s quick, convenient and free!


bug 120x90


Listen anywhere, anytime!  Get Kari Moran's BookRadio Show on your mobile phone with Stitcher SmartRadio.      

Click on the link for your FREE App now!  Thanks, and be sure to tell other Book Fans about the Show, and "Friend" us on FB! 





Privacy Policy

Members Login

Last month February 2020 Next month
week 5 1
week 6 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
week 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
week 8 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
week 9 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Subscribe in a reader

facebook 64Like the Show on Facebook


Show # 114 – 10/07/13


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



●Leigh Gallagher


●Jennifer duBois

●Dr. Michael Merzenich, PhD




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






Chapter 1: Non-Fiction


the end_of_the_suburbs 
Buy this book at:

amazon-logo IndieBound-Logo


Where the American Dream Is Moving


Leigh Gallagher

Assistant Managing Editor, "Fortune"


leigh gallagher 

For more than half a century, suburban communities have epitomized the American Dream. But according to business and economic Journalist Leigh Gallagher, the Great Recession and other economic and societal forces have converged to alter the once bucolic suburban landscape. Marriage and birthrates are declining, commuting is more expensive and many cities are experiencing a renaissance, drawing young adults to more walkable, action-packed urban neighborhoods. To survive and thrive, suburbs need to change. Find out what's on the drawing board.   Rejuvenation may well be coming soon to a suburb near you!





Chapter 2: Literary Fiction


Buy this book at:

amazon-logo IndieBound-Logo


A Novel


Jennifer duBois

Winner of the California Book Award for First Fiction

jennifer dubois


In a story with echoes of the infamous Amanda Knox case, this is a highly nuanced psychological suspense story about 20-year old American Foreign Exchange student Lily Hayes. She's enjoying a relatively carefree college semester in Buenos Aires when her roommate, Katy Kellers, is murdered. Lily becomes the prime suspect...but, who is she really? Lily's heartbroken parents, her sister Anna, her wealthy lover, even the Argentine Prosecutor see a different young woman. Is she innocent or guilty? The reader must decide.





Chapter 3: “All About e”


Get the latest news on the e-book Industry with “GalleyCat.com”

Editor, Jason Boog





Chapter 4: Self-Help


soft wired 
Buy this book at:

amazon-logo IndieBound-Logo


How the New Science of Brain Plasticity Can Change Your Life


Dr. Michael Merzenich, PhD

michael merzenich


Our brains begin shrinking around the age of 60. It's called "cognitive decline". Odds are, if you've reached 50, you're likely to live until 85. That's the good news. The bad news is that nearly half of today's 50 year olds will continue losing brain-power and eventually develop dementia or Alzheimer's! But neuroscientists are making great strides in understanding the brain's plasticity...its ability to regenerate neurons, nerve cells and synapses that can reconnect us and improve our cognitive abilities. Kari talks with noted Neuroscientist Michael Merzenich, developer of BrainHQ.com and co-founder of Scientific Learning and Posit Science about how we can retrain and maintain our brains to improve our quality of life, no matter what our age!





Chapter 5: The Reader’s Round-up

Kari checks in with Indie Bookstores to ask about this week's most popular books! 






 the poisoned_pen_logo




the poisoned_pen_location 

The Poisoned Pen Bookstore

1404 N. Goldwater Boulevard

Scottsdale, Arizona‎