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Introducing Sabre-eBooks.com Publisher Series books
The Adventures of Jimmie Dale, by Frank L. Packard. Dale’s history is an interesting one. He was born in 1888, the son of a wealthy NYC family. After spending his teenage years working at a safe manufacturing factory he entered Harvard. While there he amused himself with a wide range of practical jokes, extensive reading in detective fiction, and with amateur theatrics. After graduation in 1911 he was elected to the extremely exclusive St. James Club. Then, while starting his life of leisure—the only appropriate life for a “gentleman” such as himself—he decided to carry out another prank, to tease the police and to amuse himself, for “the sheer deviltry of it.” He created the identity of the “Gray Seal” and began to enter homes, stores, and public buildings by night. The Gray Seal always opened safes, no matter where they were or how guarded they were, and left behind a gray diamond paper seal. The Gray Seal never took anything else; his goal was amusement, not larceny.
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Here is the list of dates for So You Want To Start Running…Again!’s Virtual Tour
April 16th – My Reading Room
The Review: So You Want to Start Running…Again is a quick easy read that’s encouraging and basic to help anyone get started running or get started back running. I found it to be informative, but very superficial. But then again, this is just about getting started. I think this book is great for inspiring someone on the cusp on starting to run again. I read it in less than an hour and can see referring to it from time-to-time. Mr. Stevenson is well-researched and his topics are handled well.
I suggest this for someone who’s thinking about running or getting back into running that wants a quick read to get them out the door again. His title says it all and it delivers.
April 19th – Pages I Turn
The Review: I am not a runner, and never have been. However, my husband has been a runner off and on throughout our marriage. Reading this book Jeff Stevenson reminds me of my own husband.
Mr. Stevenson gives sound advice, to make sure you first see your doctor before starting any type of running. I liked how honest and frank Mr. Stevenson was in this book about the hard work, and how to log distance, eat healthy, set goals, warm ups and cool downs, and there was also a chapter on not becoming discourage.
I found this book (its really a pamphlet) to be extremely helpful, and shows that it is never too late to start a program. I recommend this book to anyone wanting to start running again. The book is motivational and has many resources for various helps throughout.
April 20th – Proud Book Nerd
April 20th – Year of Jubilee Reviews
The Review: Jeff takes us through some of his tried and true suggestions from personal experience. He went from being a non-runner to getting back into it with some hints and ideas he found online and from other people. He has taken his experience and the things he has learned and put them into a comprehensive booklet to encourage new runners.
At age 39 I am in the need of some exercise, and Jeff is showing in this booklet that it is possible to get back out there and run again. Firstly he mentions visiting your Doctor, just for an overall check before you haul off and run a marathon. We aren’t quite as young as our brain would like to think and this way you aren’t pulling muscles and injuring your body. Set yourself up for success by having attainable goals with your exercise and eating habits.
He mentions joining a running program, so that you have some accountability and people around to motivate you and keep a journal log of your runs.
Great concise write up by Jeff for those of us who weren’t sure we could get back to it, and can!!
Sabre-eBooks.com and its authors invite you to borrow some of our titles from Amazon.com. These Authors are participating in the FREE giveaways of their books for a limited time.
Sasha Extraordinary Dachshund by CJ Adams
So You Want to Start Running…Again? by Jeff Stevenson
Life is a Business by Charles Cox Jr.
The Lover and the Madman by Joe K.
Creatures of the Night That We Loved So Well by James Fetters
These books are available for a limited time.
For those readers who love the classics, but haven’t found all of them for the eReaders, Sabre-eBooks.com will be re-publishing some titles for eBook.
We are calling this the Sabre-eBooks.com Publisher Series and will not only have the original manuscript, but we will have some additional interesting back stories and information on the original books and the authors. The list of titles will follow soon, so look for the new version on Amazon.com in the next few weeks.
Sabre-eBooks.com is expanding its services by adding social media and email marketing campaigns. In an effort to assist our clients on a more complete scale, Sabre-eBooks.com is adding social media marketing on Facebook and Twitter and email marketing to a world-wide audience.
Sabre-eBooks.com has been in business since 2011 offering self-publishing services ranging from electronic book conversion and distribution to full blown printed manuscripts. Sabre-eBooks.com works with both established and novice authors within a wide range of genre.
“Sabre-eBooks.com’s vision says it all: “Integrity Driven.” As an author and composer, I’ve known and worked with Jeff Stevenson and Sabre-eBooks.com for several years. If he says he will do something, he does it on time, every time. I can’t give anyone a higher recommendation for a friendly, efficient and effective working relationship.” John J. Cline, Author of The Last Confederate Battle
For further information on Sabre-eBooks.com, contact Jeff Stevenson, (208) 278-6350, or by email at email@example.com
May I also suggest that you contact Jeff Stevenson directly for more info. firstname.lastname@example.org He’s the best when it comes to self publishing and goes above and beyond to do right by his clients! And no, sadly, I don’t get a commission for referrals. But after dealings with a couple other self publishing places, Jeff is the only one I found to be upfront-honest, keep his promises and deliver a high quality book very quickly!
Challenge and adventure have always been two key elements to my life. As a young boy growing up in a small town in Oregon my rather unique parents allowed me to roam the mountains around our town with a rifle in hand and my dog in tow. As the fourth of five boys, I loved the solitude of the Blue Mountains and spent the time I had dreaming up fantastic stories while aching for somebody to listen to them. As early as third grade I would write short one act plays that my schoolmates and I would act out in front of the blackboard to the delight of my class and teacher. In high school I wrote features for the school newspaper and short stories for my friends, using them as the actual characters.
After graduating from Oregon State University in 1987 and spending a few years working in the finance industry, I discovered the wonderful world of travel. My first trip outside the U.S. was a three month backpacking trip around Europe, from Galway, Ireland to Santorini, Greece.
With my appetite whet for more adventure, I returned home to take up scuba diving, sailing, mountain biking, and backpacking, while continuing to write. I completed my first novel, “Downwind Run” shortly after returning from my first sailing trip to the British Virgin Islands. Shortly after my marriage to Amy I talked her into quitting our jobs and leaving on a 15 month around the world honeymoon, the topic of my first published book, “Travels with Amy”. During a summer of long bicycle rides with my brother Dale we cooked up the idea for “The Greatest Patriot”. I’m currently working on the second book in the Kennedy series of three fictions.
I currently live in Boise, Idaho with my wife and two children where I am a branch manager for Bank of America Home Loans. While my passions obviously lie elsewhere, my professional background has given me the marketing and business acumen to sell a book like “Patriot”. I am a talented public speaker, an experienced networker, and a personable salesman.
Many of my stories come from personal experiences and many of the scenes in stories take place in areas of the work which I have actually traveled. I am a scuba dive master, a sailor, a history buff, a restorer of classic cars, and a cancer survivor. I have traveled extensively in Asia, Central America, Europe, the U.S. and the Caribbean Sea.
Charles E. Cox, Jr. Is a native of Minnesota’s Twin Cities. He is an author, speaker, philanthropist and serial entrepreneur with a passion for helping people of all ages and race find their inner strength through financial stability, entrepreneurism and overall financial literacy. Charles believes that the combination of a solid education with a deep understanding and respect for the monetary impacts on life will help all people on their journey to prosperity. Charles’ entrepreneurial spirit has led him to spend the last fifteen years of his career seeking challenging opportunities in real estate investment and sales, development and venture capitalism. Charles has also managed careers in construction, as a licensed general contractor and electrician in the state of Minnesota.
Charles also shares a deep commitment to youth development as well as strengthening all communities in which he participates. Charles currently resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota.