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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
Mar252017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: YOU CAN SOLVE THE RUBIK'S CUBE! In Under One Minute

I just got a Rubik's Cube and for those of you that have a Rubik's Cube laying around and want to fianlly solve it.

This ebook will teach you how to quickly solve the 3x3 Rubik's Cube. With enough practice, these methods will enable you to consistently solve the cube in under one minute. The methods used are also designed in such a way that they can later be built upon to easily learn more advanced cubing methods such as CFOP (Fridrich Method.) Amaze your friends and family with your newfound skill!

Saturday
Mar042017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Mastering Excel Macros

Still one of the most used mysteries of Excel.... macros.

Everybody wants to learn them. You're not a programmer though. How is a non technical user going to learn how to program? You do want to use macros to make your work easier but are you really going to sit down with a huge programming textbook and work your way through every. single. boring. page? Like most people, you'll start with great enthusiasm and vigor but after a few chapters, the novelty wears off. It gets boring.

Sunday
Feb262017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Alaska Bound

This exhilarating tale will take you on an unforgettable journey of fear, determination and triumph as Tom Jones' dream to experience Alaska lures him and his wife from the sleepy coastal town of Raymond, Washington to the sun baked slopes of northeastern Oregon and ultimately to the pristine wilderness of The Last Frontier.

Sunday
Feb052017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: 15-Minute Standing Abs Workout Plan

The author of twelve highly acclaimed health & fitness books, Dale L. Roberts, presents his ten standing ab exercise workout plan that requires less than 15 minutes. Based on nearly a decade of developing quality workouts that maximize the most from limited time—Roberts answers the question: What are the secrets to getting rid of belly fat without having to work tirelessly for hours at a time?

In this book, you'll learn:

  • How to target that problematic muffin top or extra pudge around your midsection
  • Why you DON'T have to roll around on the floor to get great abs
  • One fifteen-minute abs program that you can use anytime, anywhere
  • That you need NO equipment at all for a strong core
  • Why standing up is more effective for fat loss than lying down
  • Scientific data about how standing up improves your chances for life expectancy
  • A variety of other tips to get the most from ANY workout or exercise plan
  • How to keep your ab workouts brief, so you enjoy the finer things in life
  • Additional tips & techniques to use for your current exercise routine
  • BONUS: Get an exclusive FREE offer for a report of "The Ten Best Fitness Tools to Get More Results in the Least Time"
  • And, much more!

Buy this book NOW to stop wasting time and finally strip away that belly fat once and for all!

Saturday
Jan282017

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Alexander Hamilton

What did Alexander Hamilton ever do besides get shot in a duel by Aaron Burr? When it comes to the American government, the answer is: practically everything.

Born in the West Indies, Hamilton was the illegitimate child of a Scottish nobleman who lost a fortune in sugar plantations. Orphaned as a teenager, he came to America in search of an education, a home, and the war that would at last bring him fame and honor. As George Washington’s most trusted aide, Hamilton helped to win the American Revolution—but after the war, his enemies lost no time accusing him of trying to sell his country back to the British. He was the most powerful member of Washington’s presidential cabinet—so why did Adams and Jefferson hate him so much?