Chasing Influence: Transformational Coaching to Build Champions for Life

After back-to-back tragedies, the town of Wassail Falls rallies around Coach Stick Olson. As generations of players return to support Coach Olson, and share stories of the role he played in their lives, it becomes clear Coach hasn’t just been teaching baseball and chasing victories; he’s been chasing influence and providing leadership and life lessons. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Tenting into Twilight: A Senior’s Guide to Camping

Explore the Wilderness with Wisdom: Embark on a Seasoned Adventurer’s Journey Imagine a gentle breeze rustling through the trees, the distant call of a loon over a serene lake, and a star-filled sky above. Now picture yourself, at the prime of your golden years, right in the heart of this tranquil wilderness. Tenting into Twilight: A Senior’s Guide to Camping is your comprehensive companion to rediscovering nature’s wonders at an age when time is ripe for adventure. $4.99 on K... [Read More...]

Free: Wall Pilates Workouts

Embrace a full-body exercise routine and revitalize your health with this fully illustrated guide to the wonders of Wall Pilates! Discover this comprehensive guide with 60+ exercises for flexibility, balance, and muscle tone. Suited for all levels, it includes step-by-step instructions, a 28-day challenge, and much more, offering a low-impact, cost-effective path to holistic well-being. Free on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Mindset First: Break Free from the Weight of Results, Play with Confidence, and Perform When It Matters Most

Tired of all the fluffy and cookie-cutter mental game advice? Keep reading to learn a reliable and repeatable way to win the mental game The pursuit of excellence is a double edged sword that leaves many hockey players or any high-performer worrying about mistakes, overthinking, and lacking confidence. Fluffy and cookie-cutter advice like be positive, don’t worry about it, and just be confident only makes things worse. These might be the mental states you are trying to achieve, but they a... [Read More...]

A New Forager’s Guide To Wild Food: 100 Common Plants and Mushrooms

Explore 100 North American plants and mushrooms with ease. This guide offers simple identification, steering clear of harmful look-alikes. Learn about their edible uses and harvesting tips. An essential tool for year-round foraging. Get your copy now! $1.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

When Good Trails Go Bad: Planning, Surviving, & Being Rescued From Your Worst Day On the Trail

In this book, Stephen W. Littlewood provides a reliable guide on safe trail running and hiking. You will learn how to prepare for and respond to emergencies to be one step ahead of unforeseen circumstances during your outdoor adventures. Are you really prepared to save your life, right now, if you were lost or injured on a trail? This book provides you guidance on why things go wrong, who will rescue you, and what to do before and during an emergency to survive and be rescued in the wilderness.... [Read More...]

Free: The Grocery Store Packed Pannier: A Guide to Cheap and Easy Bicycle Camp Cooking

Cooking on a bicycle tour has never been easier. Learn to create inexpensive, easy-to-fix, great-tasting meals sourced – and replenished – from the shelves of common grocery stores without relying on specialty food items. You’ll find the equipment, ingredients, techniques, and 29 gourmet recipes for making every trip delicious. Free on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Free: Mount Rainier National Park Photo Hiking

Join Debbie & Anthony on their Photo Hiking trek through Mount Rainier National Park. This less than 30-minute short read is a chronological photographic recap of their trek across this beautiful National Park as a mid-50’s couple. They provide tips, tricks, and lessons learned from their 44+ National Parks visited during their middle-aged years with the hope it will make your National Park experience more enjoyable. Free on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Where’s Chuckawalla Bill’s Cabin?: A True Tale of Being Lost in the Hi-Desert

I recall looking down at my feet, then to the right and left before saying out loud: “Dear God, I’ve lost the trail!” Hell, not only was there no pathway of any kind, but as far as I could see, there were no aluminum cans or punctured helium birthday balloons. This recount of a horrifying ordeal takes you along with me on a perilous thirty hour Hi-Desert hike during which you will experience every known human emotion; from anticipation to desperation, to the redemption one can... [Read More...]

Pickleball for Beginners Part II – Level Up to Intermediate. Get Off the Beginner Treadmill and Master the Skills of a Competitive Intermediate Player

PICKLEBALL FOR BEGINNERS PART II: Get Off the Beginner Treadmill and Master the Skills of a Competitive Intermediate Player is a sequel to PICKLEBALL FOR BEGINNERS PART I: How to Get Started Playing Pickleball, available in a revised edition with new and edited content. See Bob’s website at for more details. Learn how to master these skills and level up from beginner to intermediate: The difference between ready positions at the NVZ and baseline Tracking the ball Making c... [Read More...]