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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
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.

Sunday
May282017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: 50 Things To Know Before Going on a Hike

A Beginner’s Guide To A Safe and Meaningful Outdoors Experience

Do you want to try hiking but fear getting injured, lost or worn out?
Do you want to know how to maximize the benefits of going outdoors?
Are you looking for a beginner-friendly guide to help you make your trip safer, enjoyable, meaningful yet less tiring?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this book is for you...

50 Things To Know Before Going On A Hike by Jonai Republica offers an approach to help you be prepared enough to have a fun, safe and meaningful hike.
Most books on hiking tells you the authors’ trail stories, mishaps and lessons learned during their own grand adventures, as well as tips on the best gears to bring.
Although there's nothing wrong with that, it is equally important for beginners to know what to do before and during the hike to make the best out of the experience.


Sunday
Nov062016

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Green Juice and Smoothie Benefits

Time to drink healthy.

Enroll in a greener lifestyle and add a few more healthy years to your life. Enjoy several recipes to help you get into a holistic lifestyle, learn about the benefits of green juices and how they can improve your health with just a few simple changes in your diet.

Sunday
Oct092016

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Rejection Proof Therapy 101

Rejection is an inevitable part of life. Benjamin Franklin should have said that the only things sure in life are death, taxes, and rejection. But while rejection hurts, it is a good sign that you put yourself out there. It is better to put yourself out there and take risks in life, than live a tiny little rejection-proof box.

Fear of rejection is a natural part of the human experience. But it can also limit you. You can never be truly rejection-proof, unless you completely shelter yourself and avoid living life. However, you can actually make yourself rejection-proof in the sense that you no longer fear rejection. Without fear holding you back, you can actually achieve your dreams. You will no longer hold yourself back out of fear.

Use this book to change how you view rejection. Instead of viewing rejection as a horrible event that you must avoid, you can view it as a learning experience and a normal part of life. You can remove the fear from rejection so that it no longer holds you back.

For free right now.

Sunday
Oct022016

Kindle Pick of the Week: Days on the Road: Crossing the Plains in 1865

Read abou tthe early days of our country.

Sarah Raymond was an unmarried woman of twenty-four who in May 1865--barely a month after the end of the Civil War--mounted her beloved pony and headed west alongside the wagon carrying her mother and two younger brothers. They traveled by wagon train over the Great Plains toward the Rocky Mountains, with no certain idea of where they would settle themselves but a strong desire to leave war-torn Missouri behind and start a new life.