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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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Monday
Aug222011

Kindle Free Pick of the Wk: Escape From The World Trade Center

As we approach the 10-year anniversary of 9/11, we should all do a little reading and think back to this day where out lives changed forever in so many ways.  This is a free Kindle book we should all read.

 9/11 Survivor’s True Story

This is the riveting account of Leslie Haskin’s escape from the World Trade Center after the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The former insurance executive shares what she saw and endured as she struggled down 36 floors in a doomed and dying building and away from a life focused on perks, prestige, and power.

Monday
Aug012011

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Cry Uncle

A good one from Judith Arnold.

After witnessing a professional hit, Seattle architect Pamela Hayes has testified in court against the hit man. Unfortunately, a mistrial is declared and the hit man is released on bail while awaiting a new trial. He intends to silence the sole witness to murder—Pam—before that new trial begins. She needs to hide, and she runs as far as she can: to steamy Key West., Florida.

Jonas Brenner, a Key West bar owner and easy-going slacker, is about to lose custody of his orphaned five-year-old niece—unless he can convince the courts that he’s a responsible father. What he needs is a prim and proper wife who will create the illusion that Lizard, as his niece likes to be called, is being raised in a stable environment.

What Pam needs is a new identity. Joe offers her a deal: if she marries him and takes his name, no Pacific Northwest hit man is going to find her. In return, she can pose as Joe’s respectable wife, dutifully caring for the rambunctious, feather-wearing Lizard.

Of course, this will be a marriage in name only. No sex. No emotions. No love. Which, once Pam and Joe move in together and the sparks begin to fly, is easier said than done.

Get it for free this week.

Monday
Jun132011

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Ex-Boyfriend's Handbook

Funny as can be.  Great summer reading.

When Edward Middleton hears those words from Jane, his girlfriend of ten years, he knows he’s in serious trouble. Determined to get her back, Edward realizes he must learn how to make women want him again. But one thing is certain: if he’s to be Jane’s Mr. Right, he needs to turn himself around. From Atkins to waxing, Edward works his way through the makeover alphabet. But can he rise from the ranks of discarded exes, or will his journey take him in another direction entirely? With over 100,000 copies sold in the UK, this is a hilarious look at relationships from a man’s point of view.

Monday
Apr252011

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Let's Go Europe 2011-The Student Travel Guide 

If you are a student, or want to travel like a student through Europe, here is what you need for your Kindle.

Every summer for the past 50 years, Harvard students have gathered together the bare necessities and set off with nothing but a backpack and some old-fashioned grit. Budget-conscious gourmets, nimble transit-takers, and die-hard bar-hoppers—Let’s Go Researchers have the time of their lives, so you’ll know exactly how to have the time of yours. As our veterans like to say, it’s more a lifestyle than a job. We’ve done it all—the good, the bad, the ugly, and the unforgettable—to bring our readers the most candid, witty, and irreverent travel advice available.
From Portugal to the Ukraine, from Norway down to Greece, Europe is a lot to take on. Luckily, the student adventurers behind Let’s Go Europe 2011 know that any traveler can handle it — with a little help. Whether whipping through London, Barcelona, and Prague in five days or spending a leisurely year abroad, travelers get all the info they need from Let's Go. Their wit and irreverence can brighten even the drabbest Renaissance museum — if travelers didn’t take their advice to skip it. From German beer halls to Roman ruins, Let's Go Europe 2011 is the ticket to adventure.
Free Europen travel advice, it's the only thing you'll get for free on your trip to Europe.

 

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