All posts tagged: book signing event

Why We Love Serial Killers, Dr. Scott Bonn, ImaginePublicity

Barnes & Noble in Manhattan Hosts WHY WE LOVE SERIAL KILLERS Book Signing

Psychology Today blogger and Drew University criminology professor Scott Bonn converses with syndicated columnist and renowned journalist, Diane Diamond, about his new book,WHY WE LOVE SERIAL KILLERS: The Curious Appeal of the World’s Most Savage Murderers, Thursday October 23, 2014 7:00 PM at Barnes and Noble, 82nd & Broadway, 2289 Broadway, New York, NY. Serial killers and why they fascinate the public is an area of study and research for Dr. Scott Bonn. Along with his theories of media manipulation creating “celebrity monsters,” Bonn’s examination includes personal interviews with America’s most noted serial killers like BTK Killer, Dennis Rader, and Son of Sam, David Berkowitz. Unlike most other books on the subject of serial killers, the primary focus of Why We Love Serial Killers is not on the crimes and their details, but more to what kind of aberrations may create a serial killer, the most reviled type of criminal. With enough shocking facts and anecdotes for true crime enthusiasts, the book contains many conclusions of how serial killers are transformed into morbid pop culture personalities. Why We Love Serial Killers also examines the phenomena of serial killer groupies …

dying to live, amy susan crohn, imaginepublicity

DYING TO LIVE: Author Amy Susan Crohn Presents to NJ Book Club

DYING TO LIVE: Running backwards through cancer, Lupus and chronic illness is considerably more than a “story” about one woman’s struggle to live, it’s her reality. Amy Susan Crohn was invited to present her recently launched book, DYING TO LIVE,  to a book club in Tom’s River, NJ.  She spoke to the group about the long and arduous process of writing her book, the experience of taking her story back and forth in time, as well as publishing and releasing the book. Many of the questions put forth to Amy were about her experiences within the medical community, her treatment through her early years, especially about doctors who tend to be dismissive of the ailments of women, oftentimes diagnosed as nothing more than stress. Descended from a blended family, with two eccentric parents, and the legacy of being the grand neice of Dr. Burrill B. Crohn, a leading gastroenterologist whose work greatly advanced the understanding of ileitis -also known as Crohn’s disease at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Amy’s childhood was often filled with wonder and anxiety. The details of her childhood …