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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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Day 12: Rick's 12 Days of Christmas - The Invaluable Experience

Day 12 is a day about being self-serving and also giving you a great idea for a book to download in Amazon's Kindle Store. Thanks to @TheLittleGiant

If you are interested in college sports in the least- playing, watching, learning about the ins and outs of playing college sports, former USA tennis player and two-time All American Danielle Lao and I released a Kindle book a couple weeks ago.

Download it for yourself, or give it as a gift.

Perfect for the young athlete who wants to learn about being a student athlete.

Danielle did a great job and it's a must read for anyone interested in college sports.


Kindle Free Pick of the Week - South Mouth - Hillbilly Wisdom, Redneck Observations & Good Ol' Boy Logic

Holidays got you down?

How could you not have a good time reading this book?

Cooter Brown is the stranger you sit next to in a bar and walk away 2 hours later with a new best friend. He’s the kind of guy you want to be at every party (but you don’t necessarily want to be responsible for him being there). Cooter is married with a couple of kids, a couple of dogs, a couple of grills, a smoker, a Harley, an extra fridge in the garage (just for beer) and a truck that can do pretty well off-road. “Heck,” says Cooter, “if things get any better, I may have to hire someone to help me enjoy it.” You can reach Cooter through his website:, you can friend him on Facebook:; and you can follow him on Twitter: @SouthMouthBook


Kindle Free Pick of the Week - 30 Ways To Eat Your Holiday Favorites And Still Get Into Your Jeans 

Does food play a big role In your holiday? Is your holiday mindset: lots of food = good time, not so much food = bad time? Can you possibly revel in holiday spirit without overeating? You bet you can.
Holidays are filled with traditions, many of them centered around food. Holidays also mean cultural, religious, and ethnic customs that dictate certain eating behaviors.
Although the point of holidays – any holiday – isn’t exclusively food and drink, we tend to wrap our holiday thoughts around food. What comes to mind when you think of Thanksgiving dinner or a New Year’s Eve celebration?
Food has meaning and that meaning may be interpreted differently by various religions, ethnicities, and cultures. Food also means comfort and security – something many of us look for and welcome around the holidays.
But, nowhere is it written that food has to be eaten in tremendous quantity – that a meal has to include stuffing, two types of potatoes, five desserts, or six types of candy. That idea is self-imposed.


'The Invaluable Experience' Hits No. 4 on Amazon

This morning in the tennis catagory of the Kindle Store.

Right behind Agassi's "Open" and ahead of Brad Gilbert's "Winning Ugly," "Facing Federer" and even "Rafa" by Rafa.   Not too shabby.

Order your download:


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