August 20, 2012

Rob Redding's Book 'Disrupter' spends week at No. 1

ATLANTA-- Three-time best-selling author, syndicated talk radio show host and journalist Rob Redding's new book on how to live a politically independent life has now spent the entire week at No. 1 on Amazon.com's "Hot New Releases."

"Disrupter: Pathway to Political Independence" has been No. 1 on Amazon.com's "Hot New Releases" in "Political Reference" for seven straight days and in the top 10, just behind pundit Ann Coulter's new book in "Hot New Releases" in "Commentary and Opinion" section.

"Disrupter" provides essays on how to answer questions about being an independent, gives references for independents while giving parts of Redding's life story.

"Disrupter" has catapulted his previous best-selling book "Where's the Change?: Why Neither Obama nor the GOP Can Solve America's Problems" back into the "Top 100" on Amazon.com.

Redding, who calls himself America's Independent Voice, has had three Amazon.com best-sellers this year. "Where's the Change?" and "Resurrection: A Historical Anthology of two African-American Philosophers" and his diet guide "The One a Day Fade Away."
Redding has an award-wining Independent talk radio show heard in all 50 on Sirius XM 128 The Power and in markets from Philadelphia to Atlanta and Cincinnati to Cleveland. He is known as "America's Independent Voice."

He has been named one of the "100 Most Important Radio Talk Show Hosts in America" by Talkers magazine. He was voted one of the Top 5 black talk radio show host by BlackTalkers.com last year.

His award-winning Web site, ReddingNewsReview.com, has been a resource for thousands each day for the last 10 years. The site has won three consecutive Black Web Awards for News distribution.

His new book "Disrupter" is available on Kindle and ReddingNewsReview.com.

1 comment:

  1. Rob Redding writes the present situation in his writing. Thanks a lot the author.

    Sell on Amazon


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