Financial Freedom and the American Dream: Five Steps for Financial Independence and Early Retirement - Advice / Financial book by Justin Boucher

Financial Freedom and the American Dream: Five Steps for Financial Independence and Early Retirement - Advice / Financial book by Justin Boucher

This book is on sale on Amazon for $0.99 (regularly $4.95) 12/5/2019 - 12/6/2019!

Imagine for a moment that you could achieve financial freedom and live the American Dream …

What would it mean to you? Retiring early? Freedom to live life the way you want? Work when you want or not? Travel? More time with your family? The resources to explore things you have been wanting to do for years?

For many people the idea of true financial freedom may not be believable. This is understandable as a lot of us have grown up with very little education around money and creating wealth. However, as a Certified Financial Planner® who has worked with hundreds of people in different stages of life,  Justin Boucher will show you that is very possible to reach financial freedom. In his book discover:

• Unique and effective methods to significantly reduce or eliminate taxes

• Clever ways to create an everlasting portfolio for generations to come so no one in your lineage ever struggles with money again

• The secrets for managing debt (including credit card and student loan debt)

• How to stretch your dollar further than you ever imagined

• How to make sure you never run out of money in retirement

This is not a get rich scheme or a program of severe budgeting, it is however a very clear and defined path to achieving financial freedom and living the American Dream. Whether you are already on track for reaching your goals, just getting started, or are struggling financially, you can start or dramatically accelerate your journey for achieving your financial dreams today!
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The Phoenix Series: Books 1-3 (The Phoenix Series Box Set) by Ted Tayler

The Phoenix Series: Books 1-3 (The Phoenix Series Box Set) by Ted Tayler

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With hard, fast action and a cast of characters you can reach out and touch, this is the thriller series for which you’ve been searching.

There are only so many outcomes for a man on a mission of vigilante justice.

He succeeds. He gets caught in the process. He dies. Or he meets like-minded people who believe they must make criminals pay for their crimes.

The Phoenix Series begins.

Lucinda - a book by Richard Dietrich Maddox

Lucinda - a book by Richard Dietrich Maddox

This book is on sale on Amazon for $0.99 (regularly $3.99) 11/27/2019 - 12/6/2019!

A fully Enlightened Being is living in modern America. And she is a woman. Lucinda is a child who spends her time daydreaming in a sacred woods. She is a girl who sees fairies and angels and the souls of animals and birds. College opens her eyes to the profound teachings of the East. After meeting and spending time with a wise Master, Lucinda heads off to India for a wonderful spiritual adventure. 

"Lucinda" is the thrilling story of a girl whose life carries her to the highest level of spiritual attainment. If you like the discovery of all life's possibilities, miracles, wonders, and the teachings of the great Saints, then you will love this uplifting tale.

Undercover Debutante - a hilarious memoir by Charlotte Laws

Undercover Debutante - a hilarious memoir by Charlotte Laws

This book is on sale on Amazon for $2.99 (regularly $4.95) 11/1/2019 - 12/31/2019!

“A page-turner that reads like a soap opera.” (Atlanta Jewish Times) Hilarious, award-winning memoir of a former Atlanta debutante’s outlandish adventures while searching for her birth family. Charlotte Laws “punctuates every moment with an extraordinary sense of comedic timing and a sharp eye for twisted details, [turning] bleak family secrets and struggles into one hilarious, witty joy ride after another.” (Kirkus) 

The Daily Mail says: “Charlotte reveals her success is all down to her fearless attitude and gusto.” The Guardian writes, “I didn’t realize quite how brave Charlotte is,” and the Atlanta Journal Constitution says, “Never underestimate a former Buckhead debutante!” 

The book includes fascinating stories about Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ben Affleck, Scientology, Liberace, Milton Berle, Julio Iglesias, Bill Cosby, Charles Manson, Tony Bennett, Ronald Reagan, and the devil worshiper who murdered the author’s grandpa.  

About the author:

Charlotte Laws is a cable news contributor, a former California politician, and a bestselling author, who was voted one of the 30 fiercest women in the world by Buzzfeed. NBC News says she’s a “crusader.” the New York Post describes her as a “champion of the underdog,” and CNN calls her a “hero.”

PLANET 6 - a sci-fi adventure from HUGO AWARD winner Morgan Gendel


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WHY I WROTE “PLANET 6” by Morgan Gendel

Three centuries from now, interlopers from several Earth-colonized planets have infiltrated the military of Earth Colonial Planet 6-2. Enter the Skyriders, members of an elite peacekeeping force loyal to Mother Earth, who patrol the colonies much like Lone Rangers, each on his or her own flying Disc. Zed Hellfinger is merely a cadet, but his allergy to authority puts him at the center of the growing conflict. With no one to trust, he has to go on a wild journey, helped by an acerbic amazon and a curmudgeonly Sergeant as he races to stop a plot that would lead to all-out war. 

If my debut sci-fi novel, PLANET 6, looks like a retro pulp book from long, long ago, that's intentional. While I'm best known as writer of the TV episode The Hollywood Reporter calls "Trek's most beloved story" (STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION episode "THE INNER LIGHT"), PLANET 6 is an homage to the fiction I devoured in my teens and 20s. Jules Verne and H.G. Wells wowed me with their future-forward imagination. Consider that before Wells, the phrase “time machine” didn’t exist! His novel of the same name set a tone for the romantic heroism to which I’m still partial – and also to the use of sci-fi to illuminate societal woes such as class structure. Even my young and not-yet-socially-conscious mind couldn’t mistake the implication of the underground Morlocks tending to the pampered Elois, then eating them. Verne’s “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,” meanwhile, was a master class in world-building and the antagonist-as protagonist, lessons I took with me to my TV career and now to my novel-writing. 

Yes, of course, Arthur C. Clarke, Robert Heinlein and Ray Bradbury were on my reading list, especially as I got older. But they didn’t stir my sense of adventure the way Edgar Rice Burroughs did. You probably think I’m going to cite his “Barsoom” series of otherworldly adventures, but it was actually the “Tarzan” novels that enchanted me. I have to conclude that the heroics of an underestimated outsider, which the young Lord Greystoke definitely was, spoke to me. You can see those traits in Planet 6’s young protagonist, Zed Hellfinger. 

Ian Fleming was there for me in high school and college. The James Bond novels were all good yarns, loaded with a modern-day version of swashbuckling. When I saw “Goldfinger” on the big screen, you could forgive me for thinking it had more than a touch of, if not sci-fi, then at least the fantastical, with its lasers and dirty nukes and not one but two eye-popping electrocutions. 

There was an obvious omission to my list of classic sci-fi authors two paragraphs up but I’ve saved the biggest sci-fi influence on me for last. That would be Isaac Asimov. “The Stars Like Dust” was the first modern sci-fi book I read and it kicked off a decades-long immersion into the Asimov oeuvre. His Galactic Empire, handily traversed via jumps through hyperspace, looked an awful lot like the “Star Wars” Empire and the psychohistory that undergirds his “Foundation” series pre-sages today’s “Big Data.” Asimov instilled in me a love for real science fast-forwarded into the stuff of sci-fi, and you can taste a lot of that flavor in “Planet 6.” 

My love of heroism and adventure hasn’t waned. I read every one of Patrick O’Brian’s “Master and Commander” books and missed them so much I then read all the “Horatio Hornblower” books. With my envisioned multi-volume “Skyrider Chronicles” I hope to chart the long life of Zed Hellfinger as he moves up the ranks of his Disc-riding military unit and, as C.S. Forester did with Hornblower, follow the parallel track of his personal life. I should be so lucky! 

So why did I write PLANET 6? The answer is that my real dream is that some youngish person today is as moved by my debut novel and its heroics and science and adventure and sci-fi view of political morality as I was – and still am – reading my favorite authors.

Run Don't Think (The Agency Book 1) by C.C. Bolick

Run Don't Think (The Agency Book 1) by C.C. Bolick

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At seventeen, Angel never planned to run away the night of the dance - until she's told her life depends on it. On the run with her boyfriend Skip, the pair must sever contact with everyone they know. First, they dump their phones. Now they're running with no idea who's watching from their rear-view mirror. The only thing they know for sure is the suitcase between them holds one hundred thousand dollars.
 
And they'll have to fight to stay alive.

Angel has no idea her dad works for a government agency that monitors people with powers or that she’s been on their list for years… she definitely never imagined vampires could be real. Can they make it to a safe house and avoid a killer out for her blood?

Aether: Chapter 1 by Matthew Woods, Michael Cerisano and Mauricio Marces

Aether: Chapter 1 - comic book by Matthew Woods, Michael Cerisano and Mauricio Marces

Everyone remembers their first day of high school. It's can be a scary time trying to fit in and make new friends. It's even scarier when seemingly demonic forces try to take over your school, murdering students along the way. AETHER tells the story of Richard, an unassuming freshman, who bands together with a group of outcast kids to stop the impending evil.

XITPRO SYSTEM: Positioning Small Business Owners for Breaking the Mold and Successfully Selling Their Business

XITPRO SYSTEM: Positioning Small Business Owners for Breaking the Mold and Successfully Selling Their Business free book promotion Tom Gledhill

Free book promotion on Amazon 11/25/2019 - 11/29/2019!

Business owners are not building something from scratch. They have a company, they have a product or service, distribution channels, customers, they generate revenue, have some staff and infrastructure. All they need to do is tweak a few things to go from closing the company’s doors to receiving a substantial amount of cash when they sell the company.But small business owners are reluctant to spend thousands of dollars to have a consultant analyze their company and suggest ways for them to increase their company’s value.This book presents an easy to use and understand methodology to help the business owner make their company more transferable and sustainable — two elements a business must have in order to be salable; and save thousands of dollars in consultant fees.This book will provide you with a roadmap to help identify the strengths and weaknesses of your company. This book is actually a “workbook” complete with forms and tools to make the task easier. Most small business owners have not given any thought to the sale of their business. This book will help them improve those elements of a business that appeal to bankers, investors, and business buyers.

Mark IV - Literary fiction by James Ostby

Mark IV - Literary fiction by James Ostby

Frustrations. We all deal with them in one way or another.  Many may wonder what they would do if they were in charge of country, a political body...  Most would never resort to illegality or violence, but what if some did, as a futile and mistaken last resort?

Mobley's Law - A Mobley Meadows Novel by Gerald Lane Summers

Mobley's Law - A Mobley Meadows Novel by Gerald Lane Summers

"Mobley's Law, A Mobley Meadows Novel," is the first in a highly rated western trilogy.  Author Gerald Lane Summers has eight other novels, including the remaining two in this series.  They are, "Curses, A Mobley Meadows Novel", and "Mobley's War".

Mobley Meadows is a U.S. Circuit Court Judge sent by President Grant to Texas to resolve a dispute between the federally appointed governor (after the Civil War) and the confederate candidate who won the election by a two to one margin.  The federal governor, E.J. Davis was refused to accept defeat, claiming that due to the inclusion of a semi-colon in the election law wording, he did not have to give up his title.  The newly elected governor, Richard Coke, and a band of his henchmen stormed the capital building and refused to leave until the issue was resolved. If not resolved quickly, it was likely a war would ensue.

Mobley Meadows believed that justice delayed is justice denied.  As he traveled his circuit, he conducted trials wherever he happened to be; on the prairie, a farmhouse, the streets of Waco and on a train bound for Austin.  When Governor Davis heard of Mobley and his decision on a new property tax plan, he conspired with others to assassinate Mobley before he could hear the dispute between the two claimants to the governorship.

In the second novel, Mobley's fiance' is captured by Quana Parker, a notorious Comanche war leader.  She is a pharmacist with great medical experience and promises to help Quana's wife survive childbirth.  Mobley and his deputies are at that time in Cimmaron, where Mobley is required to resolve an important land grant case.

The newest of the Mobley Meadows series, just released, involves another historically absurd situation. It is called, "Mobley's War." Its focus is on the lawlessness in Texas after the start of the first great depression in 1874 and which lasted off and on until 1910.  The Governor at the time, Richard Coke, appointed himself to the U.S. Senate and left the state. The Lieutenant Governor took over, but the legislators paid their own salaries and canceled all others.  No law enforcement remained and it became every man for himself.  Not willing to miss out on the opportunity, the KKK started on a rampage to kill all black Freedmen. Mobley Meadows was not willing to tolerate the situation and set out to resolve it any way he could.

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