What you need to know to sound like you’ve read the book

If you’re here, then we’ve probably had a conversation about the book – or we’re about to.

I know you’re busy, so don’t expect you to read the book. It would be great if you did, but you really don’t have to.

This is why I created a media kit with interactive links, benefits from the book, bullet points, takeaways, interesting facts, and summaries.

Thank you for inviting me and being willing to have me on your platform. During our interview or event, your audience and platform are the focus.

I want to bring value to your audience. Maybe leave them reflecting on some things, and getting the “side effect” of them wanting to read the book.

This media kit will help you navigate the who, what, when, where, why of The Beckoning Rooms. I hope you’ll enjoy the back story, and a few sneak peeks of what the book is about.

Please send me any relevant links you’d like me to share as I promote our interview on social media platforms.

Back Story

Ever since she was a child, Karin had dreamt a recurring dream. In this dream, there was always a house.

In each dream, in each house, there was a room that made her or wonder what was behind there that was so mysterious and that beckoned her to find out.

But something kept her from finding out in the dreams.

After a batch of therapy years later, and touching on a topic she couldn’t speak of in her previous therapy process, the dreams stopped.

That’s where The Beckoning Rooms comes in.

This book is a consequence of her own personal journey, but also of her training as a therapist and seeing the effects of working through our past, in her clients’ lives as well as her own.

Book Synopsis

Jenna, Jeremiah and Jacob all lead normal lives.They all wake up one morning in a strange bed, in a house they don’t know. They wonder why they’re here and how they got there. As they settle into the realisation that there is something that brought them here, a purpose, they all realise that there are rooms that seem to be calling them towards them. The beckoning rooms.

They spend 4 nights in the place with the beckoning rooms. Alone. Somehow forced to face themselves and their deepest, darkest thoughts, feelings and lived experiences. They thought they’d left all that behind.

Karin Brauner’s novel provides an insight into the human unconscious, and what we might choose to hide there. Overwhelming lived experiences, emotions or thoughts that are sent here will beckon to us from the deepest, darkest areas of our minds, and won’t release until we’ve dealt with them.

Will the characters in the novel deal with the beckoning rooms, or will they remain locked in the strange house forever?

Watch the book trailer below (bespoke music by Tom Phelan)

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About The Author

Karin Brauner is passionate about helping people get on track – or back on track – in their personal and professional lives, through practical tools and inspirational conversations in a variety of settings.

Karin teaches tools that she’s learned and developed throughout her own life. She knows how hard things can get, but also how great things can be once you move through to the other side.

She now shares the knowledge she’s gained, through various mediums, to show people a path to better self-care, support when processing their past and working out their present so they can lead an improved life and thrive in their personal and professional relationships.

Karin has also written 20 Self-Care Habits and has just re-published the second edition, with new forewords and next steps for her readers.

Why read it now?

  1. Jung quote “until we work on the unconscious, it will still affect us and we’ll call it fate”
  2. it’s a safe way to learn about the therapy process, without having to step into the counselling room if not ready
  3. empathy, self compassion
  4. learn more about yourself
  5. or just simply get taken to a magical place where the past meets the present and changes the future forever












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