#1 New Release in History Reference ─ When Trivia Isn't Trivial
The world is full of things you didn't know, things you thought you knew, and things you never knew you never knew. From the eponymous podcast comes Your Brain On Facts.
Train your brain. So what if you picked up some historical inaccuracies (and flat-out myths) in history class. Your Brain On Facts is here to teach and reteach readers relevant trivia. It explains surprising science in simple language, gives the unexpected origins of pop culture classics, and reveals important titbits related to current issues.
A brain food boost. Get ready for trivia night done right. Inside, find true facts, strange facts, and just plain weird facts. Your Brain on Facts features general trivia questions and answers, offering science, art, technology, medicine, music, and history trivia to brainiacs everywhere.
- What's the language of the stateless nation in the Pyrenees mountains
- Where the world-changing birth control pill was tested
- Who wrote lyrics for the Star Trek theme song that were never used
If you enjoyed The Book of General Ignorance, The Best Bar Trivia Book Ever, The World's Greatest Book of Useless Information, and The Book of Unusual Knowledge, you'll have a blast with Your Brain On Facts.
About the Author
Moxie LaBouche was a burlesque performer and producer, goat farmer, and salesperson before starting the Your Brain On Facts podcast. She is also creator and co-host of the Science With Savannah, Age 7 podcast and YouTube channel. Moxie currently lives in Virginia with her husband and dozen or so pets.
Read more at http: //www.yourbrainonfacts.com/
Emily Peck Prokop received her B.S. in Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University, and is currently a podcast producer and editor. When she discovered podcasting as a hobby, she finally found an outlet for the random information she collected that she loved to randomly bring up in conversations. While she never considered herself a history buff, she found it was easier to remember when put into the context of fascinating stories related to things that came about in today's world. She's been featured in numerous podcasts and enjoys getting behind the mic whenever she can. She lives in Connecticut with her husband, two kids, and two cats -- all of whom get tired of hearing her start sentences with "I learned on a podcast ..."