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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.

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Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Crouching Costs, Hidden Savings


Are you one of those brainless sheep that accumulates all kinds of crap you don't need just because you saw it on sale at a store or on TV? Do you watch rap videos and wish you had a ton of gold jewelry, a sports car, a pimped out "grill," a giant house with a $1,000 monthly air conditioning bill, and a swarm of gold diggers twerking in close proximity to your face?

Or are you an aspiring frugal warrior, satisfied with a simple life, who feels a little piece of your soul get murdered every time you pull a plastic card out of your wallet? If you are, and you're sick of how bloated your monthly bills have become, this training manual will set you back on the path to frugal freedom.

Crouching Costs? Hidden Savings?

Many people try to save money by doing painfully mundane and inefficient tasks like clipping coupons or growing their own vegetables. But the BIG costs in life are where the real money is saved, saved most painlessly, and often these big costs lie in stealth without you even realizing it. On top of that, old-fashioned personal finance gurus often recommend archaic practices that could cost you a Ferrari worth of hard-earned money in your lifetime. For example, one of the most expensive things humans do is SAVE MONEY. In the book, you'll find out why.

Less Money, More Freedom

Ultimately, in Crouching Costs, Hidden Savings: 10 Deadly Moves for the Frugal Warrior, Buck Flogging takes you into his discount dojo, revealing ten epic ways to save big on major life expenses. These savings can give you tremendous freedom to work less, play more, travel the world, and much more. To start your training, download it on Kindle now (also available in paperback and audiobook).

Get it now for the ultimate bargain... free!


Kindle Free Pick of the Week: History Bytes

Don’t like history? You’re probably reading the wrong books.

Read this book, and you’re gonna think, wow! Why didn’t somebody tell me that? American history is full of strange paradoxes, and that’s what makes it so interesting.

The truth is much of what we learn about history is a series of little white lies that over time have grown into tall tales.

  • Why doesn’t everyone know the Boston Massacre wasn’t really a massacre? Subsequent testimony proved the soldiers fired in self-defense. The King Street riot was started by a group of four street thugs who got their rocks off attacking lone British soldiers. Sam Adams and Paul Revere twisted it into a massacre.

  • And, if you think the Boston Tea Party was a response to British taxes that raised the price of tea in the colonies, think again. The Tea Act of 1773 actually reduced the price of tea paid by the colonists. The people hurt by the Tea Act were the smugglers. The lower price of tea undercut their business, and ensured that the East India Company would have a monopoly on tea.


Kindle Pick of the Week: Broken Promises

A legal page turner from Nick Nichols, who is a lawyer himself.

Scandal. Ambition. Struggle.

Jack Adams is a lawyer and as disciplined as they come. And at age 35, he has earned the trust of his mentor and boss and been handed a delicate case for the daughter of a major client. If he handles this right, his partnership is all but guaranteed. After he wins a big hearing, Jack sees the finish line in sight. But his career takes an unexpected turn when his client has other plans and Jack succumbs to her charms. Seduced and manipulated, Jack struggles to unravel the truth while he is forced to fight for his job, his law license, and even his freedom.

If you like legal thrillers that are edgy and gripping, then you will love Broken Promises. In this novel, break-out author, Nick Nichols, a long-time family law attorney, tackles all the spicy issues of divorce: adultery, addiction, power, and greed. The lead character’s error in judgment, namely, sleeping with his client, took him down a path that spiraled down into an abyss. The book serves as a cautionary tale for lawyers who might be similarly tempted.

Nick Nichols has seen it all when it comes to family legal issues and he does more than a "drive by" of a number of these from not only a lawyer's perspective, but also the reader's perspective. At some point, we've all had dealings with lawyers that included many twists and turns. This book will either open some memories or expose the reader to a new situation or set of emotions. Nichols does a great job with character development while bringing the plot to a carefully executed ending. A great end of summer read that does not disappoint. I'm looking forward to Nichols' next effort.

Well worth the $5.99.


Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Abraham Lincoln: A Life From Beginning to End