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Based in Atlanta, GA - Rick Limpert is an award-winning writer, a best-selling author, and a featured sports travel writer.

Named the No. 1 Sports Technology writer in the U.S. on Oct 1, 2014.


Kindle Free Pick of the Week - The Eighties: A Bitchen Time To Be a Teenager!

For those of us that survived the 80's.

The decade of the 1980s has been called the Decade of Decadence. Decadence is defined as "the act or process of falling into an inferior condition or state; deterioration; decay" or my favorite, "unrestrained or excessive self-indulgence." For a decade that brought us Cabbage Patch Kids, Garbage Pail Kids, leg-warmers and New Wave, was it really self-indulgence?! For one kid growing up in the Central Valley of California, it was a time of self-discovery . . . a transformation from a kid, to a teenager, to a young adult . . . his growing up years. At times utterly hilarious, at times poignant and powerful, Tom relives his teenage years in this true-to-the-last-word memoir. Where were you when John Lennon died? When the Space Shuttle blew up? When Lawrence Taylor ended Joe Theisman's career on live TV? When the Loma Prieta earthquake rocked Game 3 of the 1989 World Series? Tom will tell you where he was and what it meant to him. You'll also hear about first kisses, first loves, a joke about your Uranus, avoiding fistfights, the joys of minimum-wage jobs, college roommates, and WHOLE LOT MORE. If you're one of the 70 million Americans who can claim at least one teen year in the decade, you can relate to the era . . . if your kids can't understand your fondness for your Breakfast Club and Princess Bride DVDs, this book may teach them a thing or two about YOUR growing up years. Go ahead, say the word "bitchen" outloud. Yeah, it was a bitchen time, the Eighties . . . (and, yeah, the word can be spelled "bitchen" or "bitchin'" - the author prefers the former . . . )


Conversation Corner No. 70: Author - Max Nomad

Max Nomad, an IT specialist and author of the new book, “Surviving The Zombie Apocalypse: Safer Computing Tips for Small Business Managers and Everyday People”.

He joined Steve and I on "ConverSation Corner" this week to give computer tips and talk about his book.

You can listen here:

And you can order the Kindle version of his book here:


Talking to NASCAR Drivers

Had the pleasure to interview three different NASCAR drivers on Thursday.

Not the big name drivers from the Sprint Series, but three guys that drive on the Xfinity Series and the Camping World Truck Series,

Ray Black Jr., David Starr and Cale Conley were a delight to talk to. They were polite, gave insightful answers and seemed to be having a good time talking to me,

How often does that happen?

These guys are appreciative of where they are in the sport and are hopefull they will keep progressing. Each has a unique story and it was fun talking to them each for a few minutes.


My 2/22/15 Appearance on CBS 13 WMAZ in Macon: Golf Products from the PGA Show

I was back on CBS 13 WMAZ in Macon on their Sunday Morning Show talking some of the great golf items I brought back from the 2015 PGA Merchandise Show. Soon the weather will warm up and you will be hitting the links.

Here are some great items to try:

1. Under Armour and their new ColdBlack line of clothes that Jordan Spieth is wearing.

2. Jones Golf Co. and the great bags they make. I brough on their shoe bag.

3. Adidas and their new Boost golf shoes.

4. Corqe golf grips.

5. Socks from Kentwool and Soxxy.

Have a watch:


New York, New York

Yes, it's cold in New York.

And it wouldn't be a hotel room in New York if there wasn't a building under construction in sight.