Learn How Basic Cooking Technique
Gives You The Ultimate Power in The Kitchen
by Colin Stuckert
Unlock The Power Of Cooking Technique And Never Again Suffer Through A Boring Meal!
By learning how to cook, you become the absolute ruler of your results.
What you will learn from this book:
How to cook 99% of the ingredients you come across by knowing only a few cooking techniques!
Impress your friends and family with how great your meals taste after spending mere minutes learning the techniques!
A simple technique for cooking chicken perfect every single time. (You’ll never again have to eat a “boring” chicken breasts.)
How to always develop a “crust” on your steak.
How to prepare fish to perfection in less than 10 minutes… every single time.
A way to fall in love with your veggies. (And watch your kids do the same!)
Why salt isn’t “bad” for you like most think… if you always follow my “seasoning” procedure.
How to cook an egg 5 ways. (And how you’ll regularly want to eat “breakfast for dinner.”)
The most important aspect of making a healthy dessert. And a few of my staple go-to desserts that keep my annoying sweet tooth at bay!
A technique for making large meals with only the push of a button.
The basic techniques that I use to do 99% of my cooking.
How to use the simplest cooking technique in the book to make over 5 meals for then week… and it only takes 5 minutes of cooking!
About the Author: Colin Stuckert
“My mission is to make health and fitness easy for you by arming you with the most simplified and actionable information possible……If you want control over your destiny than you must grab the reins of your life and get moving a positive direction. Then you have to do the work day every single day.….You only get about 30,000 days of life. Don’t waste another one of these precious gifts.…..Get moving. Get doing.”
by Rich Marcello
Rich Marcello brings readers another powerful novel that examines the complexities of love.
Paige Plant is destined to be a rock star, to save the world, to inspire revolutions with her songs, and that is exactly what she sets out to do in “The Big Wide Calm.” Rich Marcello’s new novel follows Paige on her quest to create the perfect album–12 songs that will make her galactically famous and, during their creation, take her to places she never imagined possible.
“The Big Wide Calm” is at its core a story of trust and the complexities of love through the eyes of the young and old. The novel is the second of three Rich Marcello is writing about different kinds of love, and it explores an emotional connection rarely seen between male and female characters.
Praised for his captivating writing and understanding of love, honesty and relationships in The Color of Home, author Rich Marcello brings equally compelling prose and understanding to “The Big Wide Calm.” Marcello gives Paige such a distinct voice that readers will connect with her from the very first page.
Available on Amazon & Barnes&Noble
About The Author: Rich Marcello
Rich Marcello grew up in New Jersey surrounded by song and word. He wrote and recorded his first original songs for his college folk group at the University of Notre Dame. Marcello eventually ended up in a career in high technology, managing several multi-billion dollar businesses for Fortune 500 companies. However, he never stopped creating art. He is now pursuing his love of poetry, song and fiction with the same enthusiasm and discipline he demonstrated in the business world. “The Big Wide Calm” is Marcello’s second novel. His debut novel, “The Color of Home,” was released in December 2013.
Connect with Rich at: www.richmarcello.com
Pest Control for Organic Gardening:
Natural Methods for Pest and Disease Control for a Healthy Garden
By Amber Richards
Does putting toxic chemicals on your garden, especially when growing vegetables, herbs and fruits concern you? It should, as these can pose health risks to your families, pets and the environment. Yet, there is a problem. How do you defend your garden from various pests and diseases that can destroy a garden?
Pest Control for Organic Gardening is an e-book for gardeners (especially helpful for beginner gardeners), that gives practical and sometimes surprising methods to address these problems in biological and natural means.
Organic foods grown on your own are healthier, safer, delicious, and fresher than their counterparts, which are chemically treated. It also promotes a healthier environment for everyone.
Growing your own organic food can reduce your grocery bills and is an enjoyable hobby at the same time. Even if you don’t have the space or time for a full blown vegetable garden, raised beds or container gardens are great alternatives. These also need this information for best results to get a robust, healthy harvest.
Black Women Living in East Asia
Asia’s political power and economic influence is on the rise internationally, but it’s not the usual suspects that are making their mark, getting to know the people, building lives and building bridges of cultural understanding on the global stage. Find out why 17 women of color decided to get out of the rat race, off the beaten path and blaze a new trail in East Asia. These courageous women are the first to share their unvarnished stories in their own words.
Get Your Copy from The Publisher or Amazon
About the Author
T.K. is a Canadian-born writer. She is a former Instructor of Global Management at Ryerson University and former Assistant Professor in the School of International Studies at the University of Ulsan, South Korea. T.K. is also the author of a ground breaking new anthology called TRAILBLASIAN that showcases the emerging cross-cultural relationships between Black and Asian People.
TRAILBLASIAN reveals why 17 women of color decided to get out of the rat race, off the beaten path and blaze a new trail in East Asia. These courageous women are the first to share their unvarnished stories in their own voices. Their stories will move you and open your eyes to the opportunities, tribulations and joys of the black experience in East Asia.
A Journey from Careerist to Adoptive Father to a Real Husband and Dad
by Patrick R. Riccards
When Riccards suddenly (and inexplicably) loses his job, he is devastated, but it forces him to take stock of his life – to re-examine his relationships, his perceptions of himself, his fears, his values, and dreams for the future.
Dadprovement is his raw and honest account of recognizing that he wasn’t the great father or husband he thought he was, that he had simply been going through the motions. Starting with the adoption of two children from Guatemala, Riccards writes of the vast obstacles faced in the international adoption process, the challenges of building a family, and the rollercoaster ride that follows as one tries to balance career and home life.
Part adoption story, part career memoir, and a complete telling of one man’s path to personal and professional redemption, Dadprovement details some of the difficult truths to inspire and help other parents wrestling with how to live up to society’s expectations when it comes to career and family.
About the Author
Patrick R. Riccards is a nationally recognized strategist, writer, and public speaker on school improvement and education reform issues. A noted education agitator, he is the author of the award-winning Eduflack blog. Named PR News’ Public Affairs Professional of the Year in 2013 and Bulldog Reporter’s Not-for-Profit Communicator of the Year in 2011, Riccards is a contributing author to Why Kids Still Can’t Read: Challenging the Status Quo in Education and PR News’ Media Training Guidebook: Volume 2. He is also the author or editor of a dozen major education policy reports. Most importantly, Riccards has been married to Jennifer since 2001 and is the proud father of Michael and Anna. Today, his most important jobs are those of husband and dad. Visit him online at www.dadprovement.com.
25 Email Tricks for Busy Professionals
From the SaneBox Team
Increase productivity by efficiently managing your inbox!
It’s hard to believe when the movie “You’ve Got Mail” came out in 1998, people actually looked forward to opening their inbox. According to a recent McKinsey study, today an average employee spends 13 hours per week reading and replying to emails – a completely reactive activity, which is not part of anyone’s job description unless you’re in email marketing or sales.
At SaneBox, we’ve spent the last 4 years helping professionals fall in love with their email again. We’ve done lots of research, talked to thousands of customers and compiled a list of tricks to help you get to Inbox Zero every day.
With this ebook, we aim to help you:
• Streamline your email process
• Avoid common, time-consuming mistakes
• Communicate more effectively over email
• Become an Inbox Zero Superhero
Follow the steps in this book, and we promise you’ll wish you got more email, just like back in 1998!
“ALL THE LITTLE THINGS”
BOOK 3 IN THE HOLIDAY ROMANCES SERIES
by Portia Perotti
FREE July 18 & 19
The eagerly awaited new book in popular author Portia Perotti’s’ contemporary romance Holiday Romances series.
Olivia Beechum has spent most of her life trying in vain to be important. From the ballet classes and beauty pageants of her youth to please her mother to the years of college where she learned graphic design to make her father proud, she has done everything she knows how to do to make herself mean something to someone … but it all goes down the drain when she loses her “acceptable” job and her “acceptable” apartment and is forced into menial labor as a bookstore clerk at Manning’s Manuscripts & More … a local book shop run by the most gorgeous man alive.
Introduced through their mutual friend, Emily, Olivia becomes the employee and flat-mate of Parker Manning … the most amazing guy ever, if Emily is to be believed. But the truth is, Parker has some issues of his own.
All his life, Parker has had difficulty coming to terms with people choosing to walk out on him. With the exception of his parents, whose deaths were no fault of their own, every single person he has ever cared about has left him. And now, here is Olivia … beautiful and witty and fun … living right under his roof, working her way into his heart. But Parker knows it’s only a matter of time until she, too, will leave him.
Despite knowing the good things he feels with Olivia can’t last, Parker selflessly opens both heart and home to her while hoping against hope he can find a way to convince her to stay. But when an unexpected phone call forces Olivia to make one of the biggest decisions of her life, will the little things be enough to prove that with Parker is where she truly belongs? Or will the lure of being accepted at last get in the way of true happiness for them both?
˃˃˃ Don’t miss any of the addictive Holiday Romances novellas! A Ghost of a Chance, and the 12 Charms of Christmas are available now!
Interview with Glory S. Davis
Sometimes I Look at Sinners:
A Collection of Short Stories
Glory you have had an amazing career of over 43 years as an educator. During any of that time did you consider any writing projects?
Yes, off course. I was an English and speech teacher in secondary school. I wrote many skits, plays, and speeches for students. But, I was too busy to do anything professional.
When did you realize that there was a writer in you yearning to express herself?
Near the end of my career, I attended the South Mississippi Writing Project Summer Institute at the University of Southern Mississippi. Because I was complimented and encouraged, I caught the bug there and decided that whenever I got the chance, I would try my hand at it. After retiring, I was so bored that I started writing meditations. From there, I wrote eight stories which I published.
Yes, it is.
What was your inspiration to write this book?
Many people look at America and worry about the economy; I, however, looked at America and worried about man’s separation for God and his propensity to sin. I thought that I would try to do something to put America back on the course toward being the religious country that it was in the beginning… for which it was founded.
Tell us what readers can expect to find in:
Sometimes I Look at Sinners: A Collection of Short Stories.
My readers can expect to fine eight delightful stories with religious themes. They can also expect to learn or be reminded of religious truths about honesty, dying, lost hope, deception, fornication, and many other forms of sin.
What do you hope will be the impact on readers after they read your short stories?
I hope that they will find the lessons presented in a funny and entertaining way. However, I want the readers to take the stories seriously, to recognize and to internalize each of the themes. It is my wish that my stories win souls for Christ.
Do you have your next writing project in the works?
If so, can you give us any hints of what comes next?
I have completed a book of meditations, Outside the Gates of Heaven, which I plan to publish by the end of this year. I have also completed a self-help book, Escape for Mothers of Prisoners. I plan to publish it soon after my second book. After those books are published, I am going to write sequels to several of my stories.
What advice would you give to other writers who are in a sense “waiting to retire” to pursue their writing passions?
I would advise them to read, read, read and read some more. It is also helpful to keep a journal, not only a reflective one, but one in which they record descriptions of people, places, and interesting conversations. The journal will be very helpful, especially when writing fiction. Lastly, I would advise them to learn the business of publishing and of promoting books.