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Released in September 2014!!

Why Do We Have to Reinvent Everything? eBook

Summary:  Build a better mouse trap? Reinvent the wheel? Why do we always have to do things bigger, better, and badder than those who’ve paved the way before us? Is it a good aspect of the human condition or is a bad affliction?? Let’s get to the bottom of it!

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Released in June 2014!!

How to Stay in the Priority Zone

Summary:  How to Stay in the Priority Zone walks you through the necessary steps of understanding, recognition, searching, and finally discovering how to lead a more fulfilling and intentional life!

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Coming in November 2014!!

Easy Does It! {the writer’s first journey into Sci-Fi writing!}

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Teaser Copy: “How fast does this ship fly?” Brandon stumbled out of his seat.

“Fast, let’s just say it goes fast. Okay?” Leo snarked. “You guys alright? I don’t know how they found us so quickly. I must be getting rusty in my old age. But they don’t have any craft that can fly to Pluto, at least not any that wouldn’t take decades just to get here. So we should be safe here for quite a long while. Give us time to figure everything out.”

“What is there to figure out?” Sara remarked sadly. “We’re probably stuck here on Pluto, or at least I mean Brandon and I are stuck. How long will you live exactly? You said you were what, a couple of thousand years old already. Right?”

“I don’t really know how long I’ll live. I’m the only one left of my kind so I don’t have anything, or anyone, to compare myself to. What exactly do you mean that you and Brandon are stuck here, anyway?” Leo quizzed her.

“I just mean that we won’t live as long as you, so however long we have to hideout here is a much bigger dent in our lifetime than it is for you, that’s all I meant. I didn’t mean that we weren’t in this together. Just that, just that, well, the impact to our lifeline is more significant. That’s all I meant,” Sara spurted out.

Leo touched Sara’s shoulder, “I’m sorry that things haven’t been all rainbows and unicorns since I asked you to come to the library with Brandon.”

“Gee, obviously no one is worried about me at all!” Brandon exclaimed.

“Oh, Brandon, quit being so selfish, eh? I am worried about both of us.”