April's new photo book "April Unwrapped — My Naked Dreams Revealed" is now available at bookstores and online retailers, including Amazon.com at https://www.amazon.com/April-Unwrapped-Naked-Dreams-Revealed/dp/0984208577.
Have you ever had that horrible dream? You know the one: You are suddenly totally naked in public! Well, if you have, you are in good company. Celebrities, entertainers and many famous people experience the nightmare of being completely naked on air, on screen, or on stage.
In her new book, "April Unwrapped — My Naked Dreams Revealed" (CFBP Bestsellers, 2017), actress, comedienne and media personality April Brucker confronts her insecurities of being unwrapped in public.
In this unique photo book, April unveils her art as well as her heart in a body-positive, feminist affirming revelation. Like a delicious slice of cheesecake, April serves up a year of her naked dreams. Whether or not you have ever seen April on television, in media coverage, or on the Internet, you are about to see a whole lot more than you might expect. But relax, this book is not rated X; it's not even rated R. It's rated April!
April Brucker is an actress, author, comedienne and media personality who has received worldwide exposure on television, in the media and on the Internet.
Her network television credits include "What Would You Do?" (ABC), "CBS Sports Now" (CBS) and "The Today Show "(NBC). April has also appeared on "Entertainment Tonight," "Inside Edition," "My Strange Addiction," "No Reservations," "The Wendy Williams Show" and numerous other cable and syndicated television shows.
April attracted international media coverage with her presidential puppet Donald J. Tramp at the 2016 Republican National Convention and the U. S. Presidential Debates. She tours comedy clubs and theaters with her one-woman, political satire show, "The Lady and President Tramp."
She also authored "I Came, I Saw, I Sang: Memoirs of a Singing Telegram Girl" (Infinity Publishing, 2012), is a video correspondent for "The Clyde Fitch Report," the Internet nexus of arts and politics, and is a comedy blogger for "The Huffington Post."