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Entries in book. Kindle pick (8)

Sunday
Jan222017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Persuasion

What You Will Learn

This book is going to teach you everything that you need to know about the art of persuasion. You will learn about the basic psychological principles to use as you try to persuade, as well as the basic elements that must come together including timing, your facial expressions and body language, the tone of your voice, and more. Then, you will learn many of the leading techniques of persuasion that will help you get what you want out of life.

A bonus skill that you will learn in this book is the art of negotiation. Sometimes, even the most persuasive person can have difficulty with a particular stubborn person. If your persuasive tactic falls apart for any particular reason, you will find it very useful to have the skill of negotiation under your belt. Negotiation can be used whenever your persuasion falls through, with the goal of finding a middle ground that suits both parties. This book will teach you how to negotiate so that things lean toward your favor, though the other person will still see it as a win. Negotiation can also help to make your life more peaceful and help you reap the rewards that you deserve from life.

Now that you know what is ahead of you, it is time to take the first step on your journey to learning the incredible art of persuasion. You will find that reading this book is the first step of many that you will take on your path to change your life.

Sunday
Mar202016

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Egyptian Mythology: Gods, Kings, Queens, & Pharaohs

Brush up on your mythology.

Are you curious about the Egyptian myths? Would you like to know more about your favorite characters? Is it time to dig a little deeper and hear the real stories of the Egyptian Pharaohs and Gods?
If so, then Egyptian Mythology: Gods, Kings, Queens, & Pharaohs is the book for you! This book introduces you to the world of Ancient Egypt, explains the political system and religious beliefs of its people, and takes you on a journey to a time when writing was just beginning – and stories and myths were of utmost importance. You’ll discover the legends that flourished in this intriguing and world-changing time and place!

Saturday
Apr182015

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Salads To Go

Salads To Go
7 Delicious Salad Recipes Made For On The Go Convenience

If you have a busy lifestyle to keep up with, it makes eating healthy pretty difficult.   We all know that a good hearty salad is good for you.  However, due to everyones busy demanding schedules, finding the time to prepare a good salad isn't always possible.

Yes, you can get salad in many fast food restaurants; unfortunately, most fast food salads are either not fresh, contains processed fillers, or their dressing contains more calories than their burgers. 

Sunday
Jul132014

Kindle Free Pick of the Week - Don't Get Screwed

Don't Get Screwed...: A Humorous Guide to Overcoming the Crap That Life Throws at You! (a self-indulgent help book)

"Don't Get Screwed... who does? Great title, got my attention, but more importantly this author (who I've followed for a while now) really out did himself with this book, chock full of great humor and how-to advice that really works."


Monday
Sep032012

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Border Crossings

When a college student vacationing in Cancun is abducted, her parents turn to a friend to help find her.

After spurning the sleazy advances of an older man in a nightclub in Cancun, spring-breaking college student Taylor Woodall is abducted at gunpoint outside her hotel, and her friend is shot. Her father immediately contacts his old friend Catherine James, a smart, resourceful attorney who has long dealt with sketchy characters south of the border. After running into a dead end with the local cops, James stumbles across a street kid who may have some pertinent information, but after the two are attacked in a crowded market, she realizes she's in over her head. She has no choice but to contact Matt, an old boyfriend who is currently working as a gun for hire, training anti-cartel soldiers deep in the jungle. Once Matt is on the scene, the pace of the investigation picks up, but, given his extreme methods, James is forced to confront some prickly moral issues if she's going to find out exactly what happened to Taylor. Although the novel follows thriller plot conventions fairly closely, when it comes to character development, Weems makes interesting choices. James' discomfort with Matt's methods is well-portrayed, as she tries her best to accept using extreme violence to achieve moral ends.