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Today, author Brad Berger asks readers to unplug from technology and come together to enjoy his new book, Unplug & Play! 50 Games that Dont Need Charging, now available in paperback or e-book at http://www.bradbergergames.com.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 17, 2014
Today, author Brad Berger asks readers to unplug from technology and come together to enjoy his new book, Unplug & Play! 50 Games that Dont Need Charging available at http://www.bradbergergames.com.
Since the turn of the 21st century the world has witnessed a decline in meaningful communication as advancements in technology such as social media and smartphones replace face-to-face interactions. Inspired by a time before the interruption of technology, Unplug and Play! 50 Games that Dont Need Charging offers relief from Americas need to be constantly connected through technology and a way to reconnect!
Unplug & Play! 50 Games That Dont Need Charging is the culmination of decades of games the author has played over the years. The book contains 50 games which test each players ability to strategize, bluff, read minds, memorize, think quickly, and solve puzzles, and its suitable for all ages.
Best of all, the only requirement to play these games is an ability to communicate and good old-fashioned pens and paper.
Unplug & Play! 50 Games That Dont Need Charging is a book you can take anywhere, says Berger. Whether youre on vacation, on a plane or home for the holidays, this book is great for people interested in coming together and engaging without the constant disruption of technology.
For more information on Brad Berger, to purchase the paperback version of the book, or the e-book, go to http://www.bradbergergames.com.
About Brad Berger
Brad Berger grew up in Great Neck, New York. He attended the University of Colorado where he earned a degree in French, Italian and German and spent several years living and working in Europe. He currently resides on Long Island where he works as president and publisher of a 130-year-old, family-owned publishing company.
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