Sociable Launches New Author Series!





Eric Caron (left) with Sociable Authors host Kristen Pascucci (right)

Sociable has launched it's new "Sociable Authors" Facebook Live series, with the author of "Switched On The Heart and Mind of a Special Agent", Eric Caron. This new series hopes to support the local writing community with live interviews. 

Author Eric Caron
John Methia, Managing Partner/Executive Producer, believes this is a great way to get the word out. "We want to help authors promote their works, and what better way to do it than with the power of social media." 

"Switched On The Heart and Mind of a Special Agent" is a first book for Eric Caron, who is a recently retired U.S. Government Special Agent and Diplomat. Caron enjoyed a decorated twenty five-year career investigating terrorism, money laundering and transnational crime. He currently holds positions as an adjunct professor with the Massachusetts Maritime Academy on Cape Cod, and a terrorism expert for WHDH News 7/Boston.

As a twin in a large Massachusetts family with a heart of gold, Eric wanted to emulate his hero when he grew up—his Police Officer father, Sgt. Edmond Caron, a former Marine. Eric’s dad taught him valuable life lessons that formed his foundation and defined his path, and experience taught him the rest. With his family’s courage, love and guidance inspiring his journey, the author became renowned as an expert in the field of terrorism, money laundering and transnational crime. His investigations ranged from U.S. defense contractors and CIA going rogue, to WMD programs of Iran, China and Russia, to fire and intrigue in Dubai and Afghanistan.

Watch the FB Live interview, to learn more about Caron and his book:
https://www.facebook.com/trendsociably/videos/605068923176852/

Get your copy of  "Switched On The Heart and Mind of a Special Agent" today:
https://www.switchedonagent.com/



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