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Thought-provoking Book “The Book of It” by Scott Rahn Will Be Displayed at the L.A. Times Festival of Books

As described by its publisher, the book is an intriguing collection of short stories, dialogues, and tirades exploring a myriad of subjects.


Don’t miss the exhibit for Scott Rahn’s “The Book of It” at the L.A. Times Festival of Book 2020.

“The Book of It” (Page Publishing; 2019) by Scott Rahn will be exhibited at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on October 3 - 4, 2020 at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.
The L.A. Times Festival of Books is the largest book festival in the U.S., attracting approximately 150,000 visitors. Since the first edition in 1996, it has become an essential part of Los Angeles’ cultural and educational scene. The annual, free public festival holds author panels, book signing sessions, storytelling, musical performances, culinary classes, and more. Aside from books, new and original works of art and photography will also be on display.
Scott Rahn’s book “The Book of It” will be exhibited by ReadersMagnet at the L.A. Times Festival of Books 2020.
“The Book of It” is a wide-ranging compilation of essays touching upon history, philosophy, religion, literature, and more, certain to provoke discussion and debate.
During his appearance on the syndicated radio program This Week in America with Ric Bratton, Rahn, who leads an unorthodox and adventurous life, said, “I was also both blessed and cursed with just curiosity about almost everything, so I’ve always studied and I read during most of my life history, science, philosophy, literature… just reading and studying.”
He then added, “I was a great conversationalist in the bar business, believe me. Pretty much anything anybody could bring up, I knew something about. “
To occupy his time and mind after quitting the bar business, he read and studied philosophy and religions, as well as the history of their adherents to get a context as to what they really believed or saw.
When asked to explain the rationale behind the title of his book, Rahn said, “It’s just a nickname. There’s not really a name for it. I found it in the tapestry of history. There are things that happen and things that happen again or things that happen at exactly the right time. It makes a person wonder if that’s always by accident.  
“I did search for a name for it or even a party responsible but I also started calling it ‘It’ because of statements like ‘There it is, there it is,’ ‘What is it?’ ‘Does it really exist?’ ‘Why is it hidden away?’ ‘Who was responsible for it?’… I kept calling it “It” and so It just sort of became its name.”
The author hopes that his readers will open their mind to the possibilities out there, things they weren’t taught in school or given the chance to see. He exhorts them to not believe everything but “read some books, study a little bit, and prove or disprove for themselves rather than just believe something they were told.”
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The Book of It
Author | Scott Rahn
Published date | March 27, 2019
Publisher | Page Publishing
Book Retail Price | $20.95
Author Bio
Scott Rahn spent his formative years growing up on a farm in Illinois throughout the 1960s, and worked in a restaurant until he became a chef, and eventually began training under different chefs. He was in the plastics business for 17 years, and is presently working as a commercial baker and learned much from his exposure to a wide diversity of cultures encountered throughout his career. Scott is a proud outdoorsman, having actively explored the Rocky Mountains from Santa Fe to Washington while boasting a knack for outdoor photography.

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 The Book Of It
 Scott Rahn
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