JoeyTweets BookBlast – “Vetted Again” by K’Anne Meinel

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Title: “Vetted Again”

Author: K’Anne Meinel

Genres: western, romance, action, adventure,

Description: Allyssa Herriot and her wife Fiona, are experiencing growing pains in this marriage of theirs. From the large animal practice they established on their ranch, to the horse rescue, to their growing family…all will put strains on the marriage as well as themselves physically, emotionally, and economically. Add in outside influences like the well-meaning friends, family, and volunteers and these things can add to the stress.

Trying to make a living on the remote ranch is hard enough, but in this modern day and age keeping up on the latest technology and ideas can motivate some and keep others from venturing outside of their comfortable little nest.
Will Allyssa and Fiona rise above the problems or fail not only at their marriage but at the businesses they have established together? Join the continuing saga, a ranch, a rescue, a thriving veterinary practice and their lives as they juggle the things they are building together for themselves and their family.Continue reading

Audiobook Giveaway: “Success Is a Side Effect” by Monica F. Anderson, DDS

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Monica F. Anderson, DDS, is giving away the audiobook “Success Is A Side Effect: Leadership, Relationships, and Selective Amnesia” to twenty (20) lucky listeners via JoeyPinkney.com and JoeyTweets.com.

All you have to do is comment on this post to participate. This audiobook will be absolutely free. Use an email address that is readily available to you. After replying to the verification email, you will be sent the download code and instructions.

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JoeyTweets BookBlast – “A Sense of Place” by Tony Thompson

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Title: “A Sense of Place”

Author: Tony Thompson

Genres: nonfiction, self-help, how to, memoir

Description: “Being sexually assaulted by my uncle at the age of eight, in what was then West Germany, was one of the significant issues in my life that deeply affected my sense of place and being. Spending the first fourteen years of my life in an orphanage was turbulent.” ~ Tony Thompson

A sense of place/belonging is what we all long and yearn for. Here is a story of one’s quest through philosophy, religion and psychology to find answers to life’s big questions. The author spent the first 14 years of his life in an orphanage. He then went home to live with his estranged mother and hostile stepfather in South London. From an early age to that quest of learning himself, where he is from and where he is going. Regardless of our upbringing, we all have those burning questions within us to know who are we.Continue reading

JoeyTweets BookBlast – “Success Is a Side Effect: Leadership, Relationships, and Selective Amnesia” (audiobook) by Monica F. Anderson, DDS

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Title: “Success Is a Side Effect: Leadership, Relationships, and Selective Amnesia”

Author: Monica F. Anderson, DDS

Genres: audiobook, how to, self-development, self help, success

Description: Success Is a Side Effect is a powerful, practical guide to achieving more fulfilling relationships at work, at home, and in your community by best-selling author and motivational speaker Dr. Monica Anderson. Her unique approach to personal growth is illustrated with real-world situations, surprising statistics, and laugh-out-loud anecdotes.

Discover the positive side effects of authentically pursuing your passions with practical lessons in leadership like:

  • Schedule your nervous breakdowns
  • The trouble with cheerleading
  • How to avoid emotional miscarriages
  • The cougar myth
  • Eat lunch with strangers
  • And why you absolutely must have multiple streams of happiness

Click “Continue Reading” to see a behind the scenes look at Monica “Dr. mOe” Anderson, DDS, recording some of the content in Success Is a Side Effect.

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