Nepatized! Book Tour: May 6 Book Signing #4

The April portion of the Nepatized! book tour has concluded. The signings were very successful, entertaining, and busy. Many came to chat with me and author Kenny Luck including "Duke From Dallas" of WILK fame :)

The first stop of May's tour will be at Northern Light Espresso Bar in Scranton from 7PM to 10PM. While this isn't a bookstore, copies of Nepatized! will be available for you to purchase...or you can bring your own copy to have it signed. If you can't make it to this signing, feel free to buy your copy on Amazon or both Barnes and Noble locations in Wilkes-Barre and Borders in Dickson City.

Nepatized and author Kenny Luck have been in the media recently during the book tour (click on the following links for the stories):

Book Info:
Since 2008, Northeastern Pennsylvania has been the crossroads for presidential politics, the national media, and, above all: Fraud. Dominating the headlines are stories of greed and controversy; news reports that reveal the corrupt, the immoral, and the idiotic. With so much attention given to the region in recent years, it inevitably leads one to ask: Who and what defines us?

NEPATIZED! investigates the most recent scandals, controversies, and corruption in Northeastern Pennsylvania. With more than thirty interviews by local politicians, media figures, and activists, this book takes a critical look at some of the people and events that have redefined the region. Lou Barletta’s anti-minority rage; Bishop Martino’s divinely-inspired bigotry; and Steve Corbett’s cacophonous diatribes are all part of, what the author calls, “a spectacle of unequivocal idiocy.”

With wit and intellect, author Kenny Luck’s fact-filled expose explores the region through the people who have helped to mold it: Lackawanna County Recorder of Deeds Evie Rafalko McNulty, former WILK host Kevin Lynn, Filmmaker Josh Fox (“Gas Land”), Political Scientist G. Terry Madonna, Union Leader Michael Milz, Blogger Dan Cheek, and King’s College student Justin Vacula tell the recent story of Northeastern Pennsylvania in their own words, their roles in shaping it, and their grievances against it.