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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
Jun152019

Kindle Pick of the Week: Streams of Income

 

Streams of Income is a guide to making the ideal day an everyday occurrence by building multiple streams of income.

Multiple streams of income might sound nice, but is it actually possible? YES! Anyone can build a business that creates multiple streams to supplement income or maybe even provides a way to leave their current job. In Streams of Income, online business coach Ryan Reger unpacks the three main online business models and helps readers determine which one is the best fit for them. He also provides the resources readers need to take action and even goes into discovering the “why” for starting an online business. Whether the goal is to spend more time with family, be able to give more to important causes, or saving for kids’ college or retirement, Ryan gives readers the tools they need to reach their goals and live the multiple income streams dream.

Sunday
Jun092019

Kindle Pick of the Week: Lattes and Lies

I just love the name of thisbook!

The only secrets Barb Simone ever kept were those about herself. No one knew she had cancer. No one knew she had a boyfriend. And no one knew she was the basis for a character in a bestselling mystery series.

But it wasn’t cancer that killed Barb. Kirby suspects foul play.

Can the sleuth and his dog solve another case? Find out today!

Comics and Coffee Case Files are short mysteries of 35k words. The bite-sized chapters are perfect for commutes and other short stints away from the real world.

Get it now!

Sunday
Jun022019

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Buzz Aldrin: The Life and Legacy of the Second Astronaut to Walk on the Moon

A book on American hero, Buzz Aldrin.

At 9:32 a.m. on July 16, 1969, time stood still throughout the world, as thousands converged on the Kennedy Space Center and millions tuned in on live television. At that instant, the first rumbles began to shake the ground, as a small spacecraft attached to the giant Saturn V rocket several hundred feet tall started lifting off. Quickly being propelled several thousand miles per hour, it takes just a few minutes to reach a speed of 15,000 miles per hour, and just a few more minutes to enter orbit at 18,000 miles per hour. Apollo 11 was on its way to a historic first landing on the Moon.

Apollo 11’s trip to the Moon may have started on that day in 1969, but the journey had begun over a decade earlier as part of the Space Race between the United States and the Soviet Union. While landing on the Moon was a noble goal proposed as early as 1961 by President Kennedy, NASA and the nation as a whole moved with urgency simply to best the Soviet Union, which had spent the 1950s beating America to important space-related firsts, including launching the first satellite and cosmonaut in orbit. In fact, President Eisenhower’s administration began the design for the Apollo program in 1960 in hopes of getting a head start to the Moon, despite the fact the plans originated a year before the first Russian cosmonaut, Yuri Gagarin, orbited the Earth and two years before John Glenn did.

Sunday
May192019

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: 33 Science-Based Workout Hacks

Author/fitness guru/coach Felix Harder has written now seven books on the basics of bodybuilding - workout routines that are based on thoughtful (and scientific) preparation on his part. His means of relating his ideas and routines is so easily accessible that not following his train of thought (and workout routine) would be a poor decision!

Sunday
Apr142019

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Unzip Your Mind

 

It's time to be emotionally vulnerable, let it all out, and open the door to a new type of conversation that's good for you.

This book tells you exactly how opening yourself up to the unknown can improve your mental and physical health, and lead you to a happier and more fulfilling life.

Vulnerability isn’t a weakness. It takes incredible strength — and it’s worth the effort.

You’ll learn about the history of vulnerability, and delve into the world of cultural studies which show how emotions are interpreted differently depending on the society you grow up in — and the language you speak. You’ll gain insight into why vulnerability is good for you, and how it can help you feel better every day.

And then you’ll discover how to begin your own journey towards vulnerability. Practical techniques, combining the ancient wisdom of Eastern traditions with a modern approach, are laid out step by step. You can learn how to practice mindfulness meditation; how to use affirmations; how to let go of your addictions and habits using addiction journaling; how to harness the power of your breath; and much more.