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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.

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Sunday
Nov192017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: The Divide

After leaving university, Nathan Doneen wasn't satisfied with the direction of his life. He had questions…he had doubts. So he began his search for answers along the Great Divide, a 2700 mile mountain bike route that traces the Continental Divide from Canada to Mexico…and he set out alone.

Cycling through a world of erratic weather, cramped bivy sacks, and overwhelming solitude, this long distance adventure threw Nathan from his comfort zone and into new perspectives.

With both his future and past in mind, Nathan's revealing account illustrates the challenges of the route—and life—and how it's possible to find the strength and courage to overcome.

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Saturday
Nov112017

Kindle Pick of the Week: Called for Traveling

If you the life of every professional athlete is glamorous?

Called for Traveling is a pro basketball journey that spans four continents, seven countries and twelve teams over eleven hilarious and adventurous years. After playing his college ball at Penn State, Tyler Smith had a path in mind of where he wanted his pro basketball career to lead. Bringing his own toilet paper to away games, courts made of concrete, and fully-geared riot police at every stadium were not part of his original dream.

Smith played basketball professionally for twelve teams in seven countries including Italy, China, Japan, Argentina, and Thailand over eleven seasons. He played college ball at Penn State, reaching the Sweet 16 in 2001.

His new book Called for Traveling (Sports Publishing, October 2017) is a hilarious adventure across the world of international basketball with stories about players and coaches he encountered including Yao Ming, Joe Bryant (Kobe’s dad), Rick Barry, Carlos Boozer, and Jawad Williams.

Where were all the big contracts people talked about? Would he even have a job next season—or next week? And would he be playing for free this month because the team didn’t feel like paying him? You immeditely feel like you know Smith and even put yourself in his place.

In this highly unstable and unorthodox overseas lifestyle as professional basketball player, Smith draws readers in quickly with his humor and ability to share his clever stories that seem outrageous, but are 100 percent true. His attitude and faith are tested relentlessly through bounced paychecks, injuries, and the seemingly endless frustrating reality of people around him speaking a language he could not understand.

From Italy to Japan to Uruguay, and even the NBA, the challenges and adventures only accelerate as Tyler’s wife and kids are added to the overseas equation. His unique story is highly engaging whether or not you’re a basketball junkie. Called for Traveling is an honest and entertaining inside look at one man’s journey playing pro basketball around the world.

Download the Kindle version now, and order yourself a copy.

Saturday
Oct282017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Instagram Marketing: How To Turn Your Pictures Into Profit

The power of Instagram.

Everybody knows that social media is a great way to promote a business, but did you know that Instagram is one of the best choices. While Facebook and Twitter are focused on what you have to say, Instagram brings you customers close to your products or services. They know they will get to see what you have to offer instead of having read about something.

Instagram marketing is a perfect way to turn your pictures into profits. That's what this book is here to help with.

Saturday
Oct212017

Kindle Pick of the Week: Choices: Real People Share Stories of How They Overcame Challenges to Design a Better Life

Carol McManus has done it again. This time with the help of Alan Skidmore.

Life is about making choices, both large and small. Choices can break patterns of the past and put you on a different course. The stories shared in this book are from real people who made a choice that had a life-changing impact on them. Their reflections on lessons learned and discovering the values that drove that choice will inspire you to look at your own choices in a different way so that you can design a better life for yourself.

Right now, it's available for 99 cents for the Kindle version.

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My review that is in the book:

Sunday
Oct082017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: I love Networking

If you hate networking you've got to read "I Love Networking"
For some, business networking is painful and they avoid it like the plague.

Ken is one of those people. He owns a small business that is in the same predicament as many others: it's struggling. Out of the blue, one of Ken's top customers invites him to visit local networking group. At first he resists, but finally says yes.

This is a short novel with a practical story detailing Ken's transformation from avoiding networking at all costs, to making it a pillar in his business. Experience the lessons yourself with the practice sessions at the end of every chapter.