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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
Nov052017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: The Password Trick

What if you could create a different password for every website you used and still remember those passwords? The Password Trick explains an easy-to-use formula for all your password needs. You’ll have strong passwords that are easy to remember and 99% of the time you’ll get in to the website on the first try!

Get it for free.

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.

Saturday
Sep162017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Liquid Courage

It's about getting and "edge"

Dean hates losing more than winning. He is willing to do what it takes to not lose anymore. Including use a new underground human growth hormone called “Fireball” hitting the gyms. It’s better than anabolic steroids, improving his legs and shoulder muscles. Anything to avoid second place at body building competitions or in his father’s love.

Dean’s body is changing. So is his mind.

As the HGH supply runs low, his ex-con buddies are pushing Dean to embrace his criminal side with a casino robbery and murder. That includes serving as pit fighters to a Russian syndicate and drawing the ire of a madman who wants “Fireball” all to himself.

What Dean’s friends haven’t told him yet is that they are eying a massive payoff as a final solution. A tribal casino sitting on the edge of town. Run by a paranoid general manager who employs a mean streak security detail eager to face a challenge.

Dean and his friends are ready to play the odds to feed a nasty “Fireball” habit, armed to the teeth and ready to take down the biggest score of their lives.

A Kindle Unlimited free pick..

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.