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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.

Entries in Kindle Book (205)

Saturday
Sep222018

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: 10000 Feet and Climbing

A seamless guide to modern personal flying machines for the flying enthusiasts. 10,000 Feet & Climbing contains chapters featuring the latest personal aircraft, ranging from microlights to flying cars. Apart from covering the technical aspect, information like performance, pricing, ownership, safety, and applications of various aircraft has been included. This book also features flying experience, opinion pieces and adventure stories of two champion pilots from Austria and the USA respectively. Crafted with colorful HD pictures, the book's language has been kept simple and humorous. A small glossary at the beginning followed by structured chapters will provide the readers with a refreshing and seamless content experience. Even if you are new to the field of aviation, this guide will help you understand the crucial concepts relating to small aircraft design, performance, operation, and even ownership regulations. Get started with it to enter the exciting world of personal flying!

Here's the link:

https://www.amazon.com/10-000-Feet-Climbing-Personal-ebook/dp/B079CN9951/ref=zg_bs_157626011_f_47?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=HFW8CF31FAFKNPSMZF44

Sunday
Sep162018

Kindle Book Pick of the Week: AEngineering for Cats: Better the Life of Your Pet with10 Cat-Approved Projects

A cute but fun read that is worth a mention.

DIY for at lovers.

There may be 100 million pet cats in this country, but who says that means they’re domesticated? Sure, they clean themselves, use a litter box, and hunt rodents, but cats are also territorial beasts who think furniture is meant for claw sharpening, and that running water is always better than still.

In this inventive, surprisingly funny, and highly entertaining and practical book, Mac Delaney addresses the quirks of cat behavior through the mindset of an aerospace engineer (because that’s what he is!)—and gives us 10 projects that solve the most common sources of friction affecting cats and their doting owners.

Take that preference for running water. Because cats don’t trust still water (in the wild, a stagnant pool can harbor disease), they’re often dehydrated and cranky. Here’s how to build not one but two different fountains that will provide fresh, moving water. Or another problem: Cats, diminutive in stature, can feel inferior around humans, causing them to act out in negative ways. The solution: Erect a cat shelf on your wall, giving your pet a prime perch and a height advantage. And that furniture scratching problem? Construct the Cat Cave—it has angled surfaces for optimal scratching, a curved top for ergonomic lounging, a carpeted interior for perfect napping, and an escape route out back for emergency exits.

For any cat lover with a modicum of DIY skills, here’s a whole new approach to living happily ever after with your pet(s).

Saturday
Aug252018

Kindle Pick of the Week: The Kindness Quotient

You'll feel better about yourself and your life after reading this book.

KQ, or kindness quotient, is a measure of how much each of us embodies the virtues of kindness, caring and generosity. A high KQ means taking advantage of all opportunities to be kind and finding personal success by bringing kindness into the world. Now there’s a way to boost your KQ and maximize your kindness potential.

The Kindness Quotient helps you understand exactly how kindness affects, and is affected by, everything you do. In doing so, we learn to better appreciate the importance of kindness in our personal and professional lives and learn new ways to share and experience the best that the world has to offer.

With The Kindness Quotient, you will:

- Develop the proactive habits of successful kind people
- Learn how kindness shown to others can boost your happiness
- Experience how tapping into the power of kindness can create success at work, at home and in the world
- Pinpoint new opportunities for kindness in your daily life
- Learn to embody the nine principles of kindness

Each of us has the potential to improve the world around us and increase our level of peace and happiness through kindness. So, what’s your KQ?

Pre-order now!

https://www.amazon.com/Kindness-Quotient-Power-Creates-Success-ebook/dp/B0776G9LM9/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Sunday
Aug192018

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Big Data in Context: Legal, Social and Technological Insights 

Learn about Big Data.

This book sheds new light on a selection of big data scenarios from an interdisciplinary perspective. It features legal, sociological and economic approaches to fundamental big data topics such as privacy, data quality and the ECJ’s Safe Harbor decision on the one hand, and practical applications such as smart cars, wearables and web tracking on the other. Addressing the interests of researchers and practitioners alike, it provides a comprehensive overview of and introduction to the emerging challenges regarding big data.

Saturday
Jul282018

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Don't Pee in the Wetsuit

 

Michelle Kennedy watched live coverage of a fiery, multi-car accident for an entire day before recognizing her father’s Chevy pickup pinned between the two semi-trucks. A television news reporter at the time, she narrowly avoided being assigned to cover the collision that killed her father. Suddenly a part of the news she’d reported on for years, Kennedy longed to run away from broadcasting, her life, and looped images of her father’s body underneath a yellow tarp.

Blending reverent reflection with rollicking adventure, Don’t Pee in the Wetsuit is a travel memoir about Kennedy’s attempt to sift through an unresolved relationship with her dad on a six-month trip around the world. Gallivanting through eleven countries with a best friend, Kennedy loses her clothes in Costa Rica, swims with bull sharks in Australia, gets scolded for peeing in her wetsuit on a cave tour in New Zealand, and overindulges on food, wine, and foreign men. Writing on the road, she struggles to forgive her father’s shortcomings and make peace with losing the first love of her life.