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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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Saturday
Jul082017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: The Power of Home Numbers

Numerology is any belief in the divine, mystical relationship between a number and one or more coinciding events. It is also the study of the numerical value of the letters in words, names and ideas.

Jesse Kalsi's extraordinary insight into human nature using AstroNumerology has made him an in-demand, repeat guest on TV and radio shows. A world-renowned numerologist, Jesse astounds audiences with the accuracy of his readings. In fact, one radio station reported that after interviewing him, their phone lines were jammed with a flood of calls from listeners! He makes a truly dynamic guest who intrigues audiences with the meaning and affect numbers have on everyone's life ― from celebrities to professionals to world leaders.

Now you can read what he has to say.

A successful businessman, Jesse masterfully combines his Eastern upbringing with Western experience to help anyone positively change the outcome of their life. His new book, The Power of Home Numbers: Personal, Business, Sports AstroNumerology Readings, details how to attract personal and professional success in life through the power of numbers. A world-renowned numerologist, Jesse specializes in residential and business numerology, and provides valuable insight on the power of numbers and how they affect our lives. His book also shares his incredibly fascinating readings of famous people, including Michael Jackson, Steven Spielberg, and Larry King – just to name a few.

With clarity and insight, Jesse has had a positive influence on the lives of thousands of people he has consulted over the past twenty years ― many of whom are prominent business people and extremely successful communication and entertainment companies.

"Numbers are alive and are represented by planetary energy,” explains Kalsi. "They have a direct impact on our success, health, happiness and prosperity.”

Kalsi is also a Certified FAA Flight Instructor and holds a commercial pilot's license. He received his Bachelor's Degree in India and holds an LLM in International Legal Studies from Golden Gate University in San Francisco. Jesse lives in Northern California with his wife Karen and their two children.

For more information, please visit www.jessekalsi.com

Sunday
Jun112017

Kindle Pick of the Week: That's Gotta Hurt by Dr. David Geier

Not a free pick this week, but a great pick for anyone who plays or watches sports.

 

In That’s Gotta Hurt, the orthopaedist David Geier shows how sports medicine has had a greater impact on the sports we watch and play than any technique or concept in coaching or training. Injuries among professional and college athletes have forced orthopaedic surgeons and other healthcare providers to develop new surgeries, treatments, rehabilitation techniques, and prevention strategies. In response to these injuries, sports themselves have radically changed their rules, mandated new equipment, and adopted new procedures to protect their players. Parents now openly question the safety of these sports for their children and look for ways to prevent the injuries they see among the pros. The influence that sports medicine has had in effecting those changes and improving both the performance and the health of the athletes has been remarkable.

Through the stories of a dozen athletes whose injuries and recovery advanced the field (including Joan Benoit, Michael Jordan, Brandi Chastain, and Tommy John), Dr. Geier explains how sports medicine makes sports safer for the pros, amateurs, student-athletes, and weekend warriors alike. That’s Gotta Hurt is a fascinating and important book for all athletes, coaches, and sports fans.

Sunday
Jun042017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Stop Chasing Carrots

Every year, Americans spend more than $10 billion on self-help products. Yet psychologists and philosophers agree that these commonplace approaches to creating happiness, success, and fulfillment make critical mistakes. Stop Chasing Carrots reveals how these mistakes begin with misconceptions about happiness and then presents a philosophy of life to achieve better results.

Here is the rare book that creates a philosophy of life based on scientific evidence. Replacing self-help materialism, Eastern spiritualism/minimalism, and complex but insightful psychological studies with an accessible, balanced, and realistic concept, Stop Chasing Carrots empowers readers to lead lives based on proven ideas.

Saturday
May132017

Kindle Pick of the Week: The Amy Binegar-Kimmes-Lyle Book of Failures: A funny memoir of missteps, inadequacies, and faux pas

With a book release party coming on Monday night in the Atlanta area, let's take a look at Amy Lyle's book:

THE AMY BINEGAR-KIMMES-LYLE BOOK OF FAILURES is a humor memoir. If you have ever failed at love, finances, been fired, not fit in, self-diagnosed yourself with disorders and conditions and/or said "I really need to get my s*** together," this is the book for you. Delight in Amy Lyle’s 45 years of missteps, inadequacies and faux pas. You may appreciate your own dysfunction a little more as you take a journey through Amy’s debacles including: “I Was Not Talking to You,” where Amy mistakes a handsome man waving at her as a potential suitor but in reality he was only trying to inform her that her belt was dragging on the freeway and “In the Neighborhood,” where members of a cult moving in concurred with a suspicious decline in the cat population.

There is more than just that.

 

Books launch info:

The book launch party will be a social media movement (#bookoffailures) and cocktail party, offering wine and cheese and lots of prizes from local businesses, including $100 Home Depot gift cards, free eye brow waxes, vampire facial, and a SculptSure fat reducing treatment. Fellow high-functioning dysfunctionals who aspire to channel their missteps, inadequacies and faux pas into success will be on hand to celebrate.

Ten percent of all book proceeds, including sales at the book launch and all sales total, will be donated to local charity, The Place of Forsyth County, which empowers people through training to become self-sufficient. The event is free for the public, but attendees are asked to bring a health or beauty item donation for The Place of Forsyth County.

Local dignitaries in attendance will be:
• Plastic Surgeon Dr. Myla Bennet from Elle Magazine and “The Housewives of
Atlanta”
• Jen Pete, owner of Atlanta’s Zifty.com, Forbes-rated “Best Small Companies”
and INC. ranked “Fastest Growing Companies”
• Andrea Ferenchik, blog author of “Mama Quit Her Day Job”
Members of the media who attend the launch will receive a free signed copy of the
book. The public may RSVP for the event by visiting Event Brite.

WHO Local author, Amy Lyle, and local charity, The Place of Forsyth County
WHAT Book launch party for Amy Lyle’s funny memoir, “The Amy Binegar-Kimmes-
Lyle Book of Failures
WHEN Monday, May 15, 2017, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. EST
WHERE Polo Golf & Country Club, Cumming, Ga. (6300 Polo Club Drive,
Cumming, GA 30040).

For more details, visit https://amylyle.me/.

Sunday
Apr092017

Kindle Pick of the Week: Playing With the Enemy

Note: Thanks for the tip from my friend, Pat Hegewald

As the 2017 baseball season begins...

It was true in the 1940s, and it is still true today: if you have talent, someone will notice. In Gene Moore's case, that someone was the Brooklyn Dodgers.

Gene Moore was a farm boy living with his family in Sesser, Illinois, a town so small even map makers ignored it. As a teenager, when he wasn't in school or helping his Pop on the farm, slopping the hogs and doing other chores with his older brother Ward and five sisters, Gene was playing baseball with the guys on the town team. Some were twice his age. The older fellows didn't mind having the Moore kid on their team because he could hit the ball farther than anyone else, he was the best catcher anyone had ever seen, he could throw men out from his knees, and not a ball ever got past him. Gene was 15 years old.

Word quickly spread across the United States about the country boy who could hit the ball a country mile. The Dodgers wanted to take a look at this farm kid, barely old enough to shave and still awaiting his first kiss, but brash enough to call the pitches from behind the plate and motion to the infielders and outfielders as to how they should position themselves for certain hitters.

Headed for baseball stardom with the Brooklyn Dodgers, Gene's destiny was interrupted by Pearl Harbor. After playing ball for the Navy in the Azores and North Africa, Gene and his team were sent to the States for a special-and top secret-mission: guarding German sailors captured from U-505. Unable to field a team, Gene convinced his commander to allow him to teach the enemy how to play baseball while he and his teammates waited for the war to end so they could be called up into the Major Leagues. But Gene's future changed irrevocably in Louisiana. His life . . . and maybe our national pastime . . . was forever altered.

Inspired by true events, Playing with the Enemy is the riveting story of a depression-era youth and his brush with destiny. Author Gary Moore, Gene's son, did not learn of his father's remarkable odyssey through World War II and the hardships of minor league baseball until the day before Gene's death. Confronted with evidence of a possible career in baseball, Gene finally broke his decades of silence and spent the next several hours relieving himself of the heavy burden he had been carrying. The stunning news sent the author on his own odyssey as he researched his father's life and interviewed dozens of people.

The astonishing story of Gene Moore's life in and out of baseball is an exciting and often heart-wrenching saga that will capture the heart of every red- blooded American who can still smell the fresh-cut summer grass or remember how it felt to tie on the cleats while dreaming of making it to the big leagues. Jammed with memorable characters from an extraordinary time in our country's history, Playing with the Enemy is a story that will be read and reread for generations to come. And it is one you will never forget.

Pat also wrote the theme song to go along with the book...  you can hear here: http://www.playingwiththeenemy.com/song_001.htm

"Field of Broken Dreams"

Son of a working man
Born in the heartland
An infamous day
Changed the course of his life

The call of his duty
To fight for his country
He followed his passion
In a world filled with strife

(refrain) Life is worth living
No matter which road is taken
And nothin’s as good or as bad as it seems
As one door closes, another will open
And children find answers
In a Field of Broken Dreams

Destined for greatness
Allied with tomorrow
This young man reaches
For a shining star

When chasing a dream
Crosses doing the right thing
Self becomes selfless
And fate
Remains afar

(refrain)

The break in his soul
Turned his hopes into shadows
And the reason he lived
Became a reason to cry

And in that dark moment
When life starts closing
A letter long lost
Tells a silent goodbye

(refrain)

Fate knows no conscience
And history tells the tale
And nothins as good or as bad as it seems
But life is worth living
No matter which road is taken
And a son learned a lesson
In a Field of Broken Dreams

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