Jasper, Indiana, USA – October 1, 2021 – Kevin Schewe, author of Bad Love Medicine, was featured on the Book Spectrum Radio Show with Chris Cordani. Chris Cordani used to love reading the backs and sides of cereal boxes, which led to him soon hearing about this place called the Library. Cordani creates content for radio shows and podcasts, books and interviews top newsmakers, leaders and celebrities from varied fields including entertainment, business, current events, politics, sports and history.
Bad Love Medicine is the fourth installment in the Bad Love Gang series and Schewe feels inspired to write the books. He loves the process and when “work” becomes inspirational and fun it is no longer work. Cordani was particularly keen on quizzing Schewe about balancing science fact, science fantasy, historical fact and complex time travel story lines? Schewe mentioned that, with time travel involved, his ability to create new scenarios is unlimited.
Schewe penned a screenplay for the first book, Bad Love Strikes, that has been racking up awards all over the world. It just nabbed number seven in Madrid, Spain after picking awards at the Seoul International Film Festival in Korea and in Munich, Germany at the New Wave Short Film Festival, where it was chosen as a Special Jury Screenplay Selection. It also has picked up the Prix Royal Paris Silver Screenplay Award, the South Florida International Film Festival for Best Original Screenplay for Young Adults, the L.A. Film Awards Best Sci-Fi Screenplay, and a Gold Script Writing Award for Sci-Fi Adventure from the Depth of Field International Film Festival. “Great writing needs to be savored and rewarded,” say the Prix Royal judges.
Bad Love Medicine takes readers from the deep-space beauty of Planet Azur back to a WWII Europe riddled with danger and espionage, bringing the time traveling heroes face-to-face with one of history’s greatest villains-Adolf Hitler himself. The Bad Love Gang series is part history lesson and part sci-fi adventure. Schewe’s engaging Bad Love Gang (based on his own friends in high school) once again set out to save history-this time, by stopping the Nazis from creating a time machine of their own.
Listen to the entire interview at https://soundcloud.com/expertclickradio/author-of-bad-love-medicine-kevin-schewe-featured-on-book-spetrum-radio-show.
“If history was taught this way in school, everyone would be a scholar and educating ourselves not only about our accomplishments but the horrors of the past that should awaken and give insight to the path of a better future. A rare gem!” -David Holladay, MD, 5-Stars
They also discussed exactly how Schewe picked the popular songs which are spread throughout all four of the books. The author talked about growing up with the songs of the 1960s and 1970s and how, during the writing process, those songs come to him in what he calls his “musical brain.” This is really a fun part of the Schewe’s interview with Mark Bishop.
In Bad Love Strikes, the Gang discovered The White Hole Project, a time machine created by President Franklin Roosevelt in case the atomic bomb failed. In the exciting first sequel, Bad Love Tigers, the gang used the White Hole Project to travel back to 1945 to thwart Russian spies and protect the secrets of Area 51. In Bad Love Beyond, the gang traveled not just through time but through space as well to learn the reason behind Blue Nova One’s mysterious visit to earth. Now, in Bad Love Medicine, the gang has a two-fold mission: reunite a love-struck couple (while saving one of them from a future fate of cancer) separated by time and stop the Nazis from creating a time machine of their own.
Watch the ‘Bad Love Medicine’ Book Trailer at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ena5OY7ybc.
Readers of all ages will love Bad Love Medicine, which also contains a soundtrack to guide you on your journey. Schewe, a lifelong WWII aficionado, has spent years researching the topics included in his books, including the nuclear physics behind the time and space travel, which makes the story that much more immersive. “These stories just come to life in such an organic way,” says Schewe. “They combine my childhood memories with my love of history, music, military aviation, WWII, science fiction and time travel.”
Whether you’re a history aficionado, a time-travel buff, a sci-fi lover, or are just in need of a fun book to cheer you up, Bad Love Medicine is the adventure you’ve been waiting for. Grab your copy today!
About Kevin Schewe
Kevin L. Schewe, MD, FACRO, is a board-certified cancer specialist who has been in the private practice of radiation oncology for over 34 years. He is an entrepreneur, having founded Elite Therapeutics and Bad Love Cosmetics Company, LLC. He also serves as Chairman of the Board of a small, publicly traded, renewable energy and animal feed company called VIASPACE, Inc.
A long-time history buff, Schewe is the author of the Bad Love Book Series, a young adult sci-fi adventure that spans much of early 20th century history. The series includes titles such as Bad Love Strikes, Bad Love Tigers, Bad Love Beyond, and the newest in the series, Bad Love Medicine. His series has garnered international critical acclaim, including the Wishing Shelf Book Award Red Ribbon. He has also adapted Bad Love Strikes into a feature-length screenplay, earning him multiple accolades, including Best Original Screenplay for Young Adults from the South Florida International Film Festival, Best Sci-Fi screenplay from the LA Film Awards, and a Gold Script Writing Award for Sci-Fi Adventure from the Depth of Field International Film Festival.
Bad Love Medicine, ASIN: B098TN6GKC, Broken Crow Ridge Publishing, July 6, 2021, available on Amazon and www.jancarolpublishing.com in ebook and paperback, 258 pages. Be sure to watch the exciting book trailers for the first three books here: https://bit.ly/BadLoveStrikes-Trailer and https://bit.ly/BadLoveTigers_Trailer and https://bit.ly/BadLoveBeyondTrailer.
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