Sports & Outdoors

Asbury High and the Thief’s Gamble

Asbury High and the Thief’s Gamble

| February 9, 2020

Asbury, although a haven to shoobies (tourists) in the summer, is a divided coastal town. With the rich half living in the East, and the rest living in the West, most friendships stay within their boundaries. Luckily for a spunky-smart tomboy, a clever billionaire athlete, a gossipy-in-the-know cheerleader, and a wrong side of the tracks […]

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Jump Over It: Build Self Confidence and Stop Procrastinating

Jump Over It: Build Self Confidence and Stop Procrastinating

| November 27, 2019

National Bestseller! How to stop procrastinating like a champ. In a certain sense, we are all athletes. We have our arena where we want to become superstars. It might be sales, trading, transactions worth millions or writing books that will become bestsellers. Unfortunately, it`s us that decide never to enter this arena at all. We […]

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Days of Miracle and Wonder

Days of Miracle and Wonder

| November 27, 2019

The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat; the human drama of competition. It’s these glorious ups and the torturous downs that are the fundamental allure of sport. The wonderful uncertainty is what keeps us excited and eagerly anticipating the next game. It can play out in different ways but nothing captures our imagination […]

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Legends of Baseball: from Aaron to Ozzie

Legends of Baseball: from Aaron to Ozzie

| November 15, 2019

Hammerin’ Hank Aaron knocked them out an awful lot to pass the great Babe Ruth – the first “Sultan of Swat.” Robinson & Roberto are among the most admired. The number 42 is universally retired. But someone else did wear it. He grabbed it just in time. The Sandman got the call when the game […]

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Passionate Oversights

Passionate Oversights

| November 5, 2019

This is a true story of seduction and corruption. All the events occurred in the town of Burkesville, a small farming community in South Central Kentucky. Charlie Mason is a happy, retired gentleman living in Syracuse, New York; one of the snowiest parts of the nation. He yearns to move to a warmer climate such […]

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Dogs and Love – Stories of Fidelity

Dogs and Love – Stories of Fidelity

| November 2, 2019

Do you remember your first dog …the way it somehow knew you alone were its person? There’s something about a dog’s companionship, and utter devotion, that eases the hard days and brings more joy to the good days. Entertaining, heartwarming and insightful, each of these true stories will trigger memories about the dogs you have […]

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Scuba Diving Made Easy

Scuba Diving Made Easy

| September 29, 2019

Scuba Diving Made Easy is a lively, entertaining, and highly informative book taking readers beyond scuba diving courses. It provides scuba divers, beginners, and experts, with a few simple, practical exercises, the solution to remove the blocks of our subconscious mind that keep us from Scuba Diving in Relaxation.Marco speaks in a clear, friendly, and […]

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World Football Domination

World Football Domination

| September 2, 2019

It’s 2050 and the renaissance of football (soccer) thinking has just begun. This is the first installment of a football science fiction journey shared by two countries from opposite ends of the world. ‘Are you sure there is no wreckage?’ ‘Nothing at all, we checked all the surrounding areas and nothing.’Gunnar’s mind shifted to conspiracy […]

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The Right Martial Art For You

The Right Martial Art For You

| August 26, 2019

Here’s How You Can Find The Right Martial Art For Your Body, Mind & Goals! Looking for a new activity? Want to take up a martial art, but don’t know which one is best for you? No need to worry! This all-inclusive martial arts guide will help you choose the right martial art for you! […]

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King of the Vultures

King of the Vultures

| July 13, 2019

A young man from a small village in Cameroon takes America by storm. Winston Churchill Mbongo has spent years dreaming of playing basketball for Coach Tex Brawner and the Hickston College Vultures. When the opportunity finally arrives, he doesn’t disappoint. A player who stands 7’8″ and handles the ball like a point guard is, of […]

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