Career Reinvented: How to Build an Independent Life by Starting Your Own Business, by K Gregg Elliott. (Still 0.99?)
“If you are tired of your boss, co-workers or the company you work for, this is the book to read. The author provides insights and inspirations you need to become your own boss. This book gives you the principles in running your own business and how to make the switch to building your own independent life.” — Amazon Reviewer
Do you worry that new workplace technologies and accelerating change will mean less job security?
Do you hate your job and find yourself wondering if this is all there is to life?
Have you ever dreamed of being your own boss?
This fast-paced book packed with actionable advice will help you make the big decisions of WHETHER and HOW to start a business.
There has never been a better time to start your own business!
This book explains three mega-trends disrupting the traditional workplace.
You’ll learn why so many freelancers feel happier and more secure compared to those with corporate jobs.
If you are a self-starter, if you’re tired of your 9-to-5, if you’ve lost your job, or if you just know that you have more to offer the world, this book is for you!
I will not only share practical advice on HOW to succeed in building an Independent Life, I’ll tell you WHY the time to do so is now based on the latest research.
I will show you:
How the decline of corporate jobs, the rise of artificial intelligence, and the sharing economy are affecting traditional jobs.
The self-inventory you should take before you go into business for yourself.
Principles for success in running a business, based on my own 10 years of success as a solopreneur, as well as the insights of 9 more solopreneurs and small business owners.
A method for launching your business that can increase your chances of long-term success.
Why business training is not important to run many successful businesses.
The job and business opportunities of the near future foreseen by workplace experts.
Inspirational true stories from real people who were in a bad place then changed everything by going independent.
Follow the advice in this book, and you will be much more likely to achieve your dream of running your own business.
Self-employment in the U.S. is expected to triple in the next two years.
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139 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 21 reviews.
Atticus, by J.B. Manas. (Still 2.99?)
“Couldn’t turn the pages fast enough. An exhilarating ride through the mind of an exciting author that I was lucky enough to discover and enjoy!” — Amazon Reviewer
WITHIN ONE MAN’S PAST LIES THE WHOLE WORLD’S FUTURE
A lone British World War II pilot crash lands in a present-day Pennsylvania town with no memory of who he is or the world-changing secret he possesses. When he’s rescued by rookie female cop Marti Coldwater, the two find themselves relentlessly pursued by government agents and a mysterious Nordic assassin.
On the run with a stranger who’s displaying increasingly shocking abilities and may be friend or foe, Marti is thrown into a world of highly classified government programs and astonishing alien secrets, including one that now threatens humanity itself.
In this riveting sci-fi thriller from J.B. Manas, co-author of The Kronos Interference, stakes and tension are high when a stranger arrives with no memory and a deadly secret that could wipe out the entire human race. The Kronos Interference earned a starred review from Kirkus Reviews, who named it to their Best of 2012, calling the book “impressively original” and a “tour de force.” Atticus follows Manas’s penchant for writing fast-paced fiction that blends history, science, and adventure into a fun, twisty thrill-ride–this time from the Philadelphia suburbs to the volcanic hills of Iceland.
245 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 19 reviews.
The Last Orchard: A Tale Of Survival In A Powerless World Book 0, by james Hunt. (Still free?)
“It doesn’t take long for this book to roll into high gear. I felt compelled to read it in one sitting, savoring the situation, the action, and the characters Mr. Hunt created to endure a harrowing event. The story doesn’t hit any false notes; the plot seems plausible enough and realistic in its execution. The characters act and react as I would expect real people to do. That carries a lot of weight for me. I’m anxious to dive into the next book!” — Amazon Reviewer
Charlie Decker traveled to Seattle to acquire a much needed loan for his family’s Orchard. After a dozen requests, Charlie is forced to head home empty handed. But his plans are derailed after an unexpected attack on the city renders all electronics useless. No cars. No phones. Everything about the modern world has been destroyed. And that’s when the chaos begins.
101 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 27 reviews.
The Sometimes Sisters, by Carolyn Brown. (Still 2.99?)
“I was hooked on this story from the minute I opened the book. It’s a lovely southern novel about family, turmoil, love, mistakes, more love, and ….. you’ve got the idea. It’s amazing how quickly you fall in love with the characters, and you have to know, since it’s Carolyn’s book, that things are going to turn out good…but it is always a long (and often tearful) journey to get there. This is a 10 tissue book…spread out…until you get to the end, then you’ll need a whole box.” — Amazon Reviewer
A bittersweet inheritance reunites three estranged sisters in a novel of family, trust, and forgiveness from New York Times bestselling author Carolyn Brown.
When they were growing up, Dana, Harper, and Tawny thought of themselves as “sometimes sisters.” They connected only during the summer month they’d all spend at their grandmother’s rustic lakeside resort in north Texas. But secrets started building, and ten years have passed since they’ve all been together—in fact, they’ve rarely spoken, and it broke their grandmother’s heart.
Now she’s gone, leaving Annie’s Place to her granddaughters—twelve cabins, a small house, a café, a convenience store, and a lot of family memories. It’s where Dana, Harper, and Tawny once shared so many good times. They’ve returned, sharing only hidden regrets, a guarded mistrust, and haunting guilt. But now, in this healing summer place, the secrets that once drove them apart could bring them back together—especially when they discover that their grandmother may have been hiding something, too…
To overcome the past and find future happiness, these “sometimes sisters” have one more chance to realize they are always family.
309 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 618 reviews.
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