Braxton Cosby: A Transmedia Storyteller


There is more than one way to tell a story and more than one story for many people.

Dr. Braxton Cosby has it covered: radio, podcasts, books, film, and webcasts.

He recently published The School of Ministry: The Windgate, which had picked up two awards at the time of this broadcast: Readers’ Favorite Gold Medal Award for Young Adult – General and Literary Classics Gold Medal for Faith Based Young Adult, along with Literary Classics coveted Seal of Approval. It is a story of a young man who witnesses his parents’ murder at age 6, then jumps around in foster homes. It’s about his struggle to find his place in life. Braxton describes it in more detail and you just don’t want him to stop. No doubt it is award-winning.

His first novel, Protostar: The Star-Crossed Saga won the 2012 Readers Favorite Book of the Year Award for Romance: Fantasy-Sci-Fi category.

Dr. Cosby co-hosted Ask the Fat Doctors with NFL veteran Jamie Dukes, Dr. Terrence M. Fullum, and Tee Foxx of Foxx Entertainment Group. Ask the Fat Doctors was a weekly radio program that offered entertaining clinical help for those who had a vested interest in wellness. The show was also available for download in audio and video podcasts.

While Dr. Cosby has several books lined up in the cue, he is also working on movies (directing and acting) and many multi-media formats.

His storytelling about obesity comes down to one main theme, according to Dr. Cosby: too much volume. Eat less and move more is the key to combat it, which is why he has blogged about it, too.

Dr. Braxton Cosby is a multi-platform storyteller, a healer, and was selected as one of Jezebel Magazine’s 2013 Most Beautiful Atlantians.

The show aired November 8, 2013.

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