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Publisher's Summary

Teeming with stalkers and smooth-talkers, rappers and rockers, Naked DJ is biting satire at its all-too-real best. What "Jazmyn" Brown is asked to do to boost ratings and her radio career has her reeling — and questioning everything and everyone around her. Just how much of herself should she expose for her job? What will she do about the two men she loves? And could those demons from her past vanish already? Penned by a bestselling author and former DJ ( The Rock and Roll Madame when her show followed Howard Stern's on New York City's K-ROCK), get ready for an uncensored and hilarious backstage pass to one woman's treacherous rise to the radio top. Read by Rachel Butera, one of America's leading voice talents/impressionists and winner of Dana Carvey's First Impressions TV show.
©2016 Jo Maeder (P)2016 Jo Maeder
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Critic Reviews

"Grabs you on the first page and keeps the intrigue high. A rockin' radio riot that reveals everything." (Paul Shaffer, Musical Director, Late Show with David Letterman)
"Our industry is complicated, fun, and sometimes downright corrupt! Naked DJ dares to expose what happens off the air." (Delilah, syndicated nighttime radio host)
"Don't let the title fool you. This isn't an X-rated book. It's about a woman on a difficult and complicated path to understanding who she is and balancing her career with her personal life. Her story will stick with you long after you've finished reading it. If you read Jo's memoir When I Married My Mother, you discovered bits and pieces about her radio career. When you read Naked DJ you'll know that these stories must have happened in one form or another — you just can't make this stuff up." (Mary June Rose, former program director WGN/Chicago)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Annie Detroit, Kindle Customer on 05-19-18

Another Great One by Jo Maeder

First off, I love this author as a person. I don't "know" her personally , but I sent her a fan letter after I read her first (wonderful) book, "When I Married My Mother" ( I've never used the phrase ' a "must-read" in a review before because the phrase sounds bossy to me, but really; don't miss that instant classic.) and my fan email started a week long correspondence between the two of us. It's nice to discover someone you admire is a sweet lady that I believe, in a different world, would have been a friend .

I'm always afraid to say too much in book or film reviews, and I wouldn't want to ruin an instant of this engrossing story. Ms. Maeder is a born storyteller, and her characters are so well developed they seem real. "When I Married My Mother" has become one of those favorites I reread every six months or so, and "Naked DJ" has that same potential. My only disappointment is that Ms. Maeder opted not to do her own narration. Ms. Maeder's other literary offering is "Opposites Attack!" , another winner. I own both the print and audio versions of all three, and all three are satisfying. Thank you for writing, Ms. Maeder.

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