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The Ultimate Guide To Travel The World: How To Become Location Independent To Live And Work From Anywhere, by Norbert Figueroa. (Still free?)

"Excellent tips and amazing writing skills. A very pleasant read, for sure. The information on this book is useful for planning a long trip around the world and even a road trip not too far from home. Thanks Mr. Figueroa for sharing your experiences and knowledge with us." -- Amazon Reviewer

Do you dream of traveling the world for as long as you want and move between places as you wish, while still making a living?

It might not seem possible... But it is!

The Ultimate Guide To Travel The World is about taking that courageous step to becoming a nomadic entrepreneur to discover and experience the world on your own terms. Expert long-term traveler Norbert Figueroa shows you through a series of practical tips and stories how to escape the rat race to create a life of travel and become location independent - all of this while still following your passion. This one-stop guide will give you all the essential tools and steps you need to learn how to travel long-term and run a business from anywhere in the world.

For more than five years, Norbert has been showing readers of his popular travel blog that traveling long-term is more accessible than ever. He proves that once you understand how to sustain yourself independently of location, and learn how to think outside of the box, this lifestyle will take you to destinations you never imagined visiting before - and without breaking the bank!

In the range of step-by-step advice covered in this book, you'll learn:

- The most important thing you need before planning a long-term trip.
- The best strategies to introduce yourself to a location independent lifestyle.
- How to become an online entrepreneur, including several ways in which you could make a living abroad.
- How to minimize the risks of taking this lifestyle.
- The best ways to manage your time between business and travel.
- How to travel and live abroad for less money than what you spend at home.
- Ways to manage your finances on the road, even if you have debt.
- How to evaluate the cost of living and traveling around the world.
- How to travel for free or a fraction of the cost by travel hacking.

+Many more helpful planning tips and strategies to travel cheaply and make a living on the road.

Whether it is for a short or long trip, these practical tips will help you take action to structure your location independence in your own terms.

Imagine your life and all the places you will visit once you achieve this.

What are you waiting for? Click the Buy Now button to get started today. The sooner you act, the sooner you'll achieve it!

357 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 12 reviews.

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The Wicked Wager ( A Regency Murder Mystery & Romance ), by Anya Wylde. (Still free?)

"I'm a fan of Jane Austen. I'm also a huge fan of mysteries, so when I see stories that embody the two I jump over the moon. Luckily for me I recently was approached to read The Wicked Wager, which is a fabulous example of when the regency period and murder mysteries collide! I really enjoyed the main characters in this mystery: Richard and Emma. There is the feeling of intense romantic chemistry between them, and they set the scene perfectly. As the story unfolds I got caught up in the mystery and with each twist and turn was trying to guess who did it! With many toe curling moments and lots of mystery this was a perfect read for me. I can't wait to read more books from this fantastic author." -- Amazon Reviewer

The infamous rake, Lord Richard Hamilton, has finally chosen his bride-the very appropriate Miss Emma Grey.
The ton approves, Lord Grey is pleased, Lady Grey delighted, and Emma is over the moon, but her uncle, (the blasted) Duke of Arden opposes the match, and Emma is ordered to move to the duke's estate to think things over.
Richard Hamilton refuses to take things lying down and concocts a plan. A plan that should have brought the lovers together and had them married within a month. It was a simple matter of masquerading as the duke's gardener, compromising the lady, and then having the duke rush them off to Gretna Green.
Alas, he underestimates the duke's intelligence and the tangled situation on the estate-never had he imagined that compromising a lady could be so difficult.
His endeavours lead to a comedy of errors, charades, and knotty love affairs. Yet he forges ahead in spite of pesky house guests, a flea bitten mattress, his lovesick best friend, and a blackmailer.
Just when things seem to be going well, someone is murdered (very inconvenient), and he happens to be one of the suspects (extremely inconvenient).
His simple plan for winning the wager suddenly becomes … a tad complicated.

244 pages, with a 3.5-star rating from 158 reviews.

Rescue Me, Maybe, by Jackie Bouchard. (Still 3.99?)

"Jane, the main character, is almost painfully passive and introverted; I loved seeing her grow in this book. I love that there wasn't a fairy tale ending. It's very real on so many levels. And the humor - I can hear the character in my head when I read. Her struggles with her mother-in-law make me wince and laugh. I fell head over heels in love with her father-in-law. And her dog, Maybe. Laughing the entire time. Y'all, this reads more like a first novel, but one well done. It comes across as personal, making the characters very three dimensional, relate-able. Worth your time and money." -- Amazon Reviewer

From bestselling author Jackie Bouchard comes a heartwarming story of loss, love, and finding hope in unexpected places.
If you lost both your husband and your dog within weeks of each other but were more devastated by the loss of the dog, would you tell anyone? Maybe your closest friends…Unfortunately, introvert Jane Bailey hasn't made many friends in Philadelphia.
So when her aunt and uncle ask her to come to Prescott, Arizona, to help at their B&B, Jane packs up and makes the move. On her way, she finds a scared stray at a rest stop. But Jane can't bear the thought of ever loving and losing another dog. She's determined not to let the mutt steal her heart. She's also determined to have next to no interaction with the B&B's demanding guests and its annoying (yet handsome) handyman. As the dog works her charm, soon Jane must admit that just as much as she rescued the dog, the dog has rescued her.
Revised edition: This edition of Rescue Me, Maybe includes editorial revisions.

326 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 263 reviews.

A Sea Dog's Tale: The True Story of a Small Dog on a Big Ocean, by Peter Muilenburg. (Still 1.99?)

"I read it in record time as I just wanted to keep seeing what happened. I will warn you, it is about the dogs whole life start to finish. But what a wonderful life he lived! And I loved the way the story was told, often reflecting back on other times. If you love sailing and love dogs, then I'd highly recommend it." -- Amazon Reviewer

A family with wanderlust, a sailboat to carry them across oceans, and an 11-pound dog to watch over them…

These are the elements of this delightful memoir of adventurous living. Young newlyweds Peter and Dorothy Muilenburg found their way from New Hampshire to the Virgin Islands. He had been a civil rights Freedom Fighter, jailed in Mississippi while protesting racial injustice. In St. John, she founded the Pine Peace School. They both taught. On an East End beach, he built a sailboat strong enough to take them anywhere, and they put to sea with their two young sons.

But their crew was not yet complete. Santos, a schipperke, came to them as a tiny puppy and sailed with them all his life-75,000 deep-sea miles-four times across the Atlantic, crisscrossing the Caribbean, coasting the U.S. eastern seaboard, exploring the Med, ranging up African rivers. A lightning rod for trouble, he survived a kidnapping, hurricanes, raging surf, being lost overboard at sea, and was twice given up for dead. And he watched over his family with fierce and abiding devotion.

If you want to see the world-really see it--go by sailboat. And if you want to absorb the world through every pore, take a venturesome dog as your guide. The bright spirit named Santos became a legend to millions of readers through the pages of SAIL and Reader's Digest magazines. Now Peter Muilenburg-a wise and observant chronicler with a true wanderer's desire to engage the world on authentic terms--has written this captivating story of familial love and adventure, unforgettable people and places, and an amazing schipperke who has sailed right into the sea dog hall of fame.

270 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 38 reviews.

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