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Former NRB Staffer Bob Powers Introduces First Book at DC Book Signing

Bob Powers at book signing.At his book signing Tuesday in Washington, DC, Bob Powers, under the pen name of R.K. Roberts, introduced his first book, titled The Story of Kinnard Breen.

With friends and colleagues present, Powers shared his longtime passion of wanting to write and the story behind the book. The book tells the exploits of Kinnard Breen, who goes from an "adventurous boy" in Wisconsin to the most sought after broadcast journalist in the world.

Published by Xulon Press, The Story of Kinnard Breen is available at Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Itunes Store, xulonpress.com/bookstore, Kindle, Christianbook.com, Familychristian.com, Tower.com, Ibooks, eBay, and Walmart.

Powers is currently a lobbyist with the Washington, DC-based firm of Aduston Consulting, representing Salem Communications. He is the former NRB Vice President of Government Relations and his background is in broadcast journalism. 

Among the well-wishers at the book signing were NRB President & CEO Dr. Jerry A. Johnson and NRB Executive Vice President & COO Dr. Linda Smith, as well as National Community Church Pastor Mark Batterson, who hosted the event. Powers is already working on his next novel.

Published: May 15, 2014

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