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Author: Michael James Fitzgerald
14 November 1957 - 17 September 2021. I write, read, run, and ski.
I wanted to share an exciting new book that just came out last week, a book our times demand. Within days of publication, it was a #1 new release on Amazon. Here’s my Amazon review:
Mark Jonathan’s Interview Strong speaks loudly from the authority of experience, from one who was once dreadfully unemployed and who now interviews countless candidates with empathy from the other side of the table.
I got the feeling that if you and I apply the habits, principles, skills, and psyche this book expresses so well, it would be nearly it impossible to fail to “get that job.” Yeah, you heard me. Let me repeat: Jonathan’s whole-souled book will make it mathematically impossible for you and I to fail if we manage to apply its advice well. (Individual results will vary, of course, but you get the idea.)
One of the books (many) strengths is its storytelling. It’s like a textbook with heart. Story is woven into the fabric of the book, making it an easy-to-read page turner. You connect with the author and the people he meets and advises, such as the chronically unemployed Five, a gut wrenching and liberating saga to be sure.
Mark Jonathan knows whereof he speaks. A seasoned interviewer and interviewee, Mark is a senior human resources executive with over 20 years of experience in talent acquisition. If you are looking for a book to help you interview stronger and get that next job, you can buy the Kindle or paperback now at a low introductory price (a price that won’t last).
About 20 years ago, my friend Jeff Skousen wrote a book about his mission entitled All I Ever Needed to Know I Learned on My Mission, which he published and sold out. After our 40-year mission reunion this past summer, Jeff gave me a copy of his book and I thought it was fantastic. I encouraged Jeff to create a new edition and get it published on Amazon.
The book is now available. It’s a great read for anyone planning to go on a mission or if you every wax nostalgic about your mission. During October 5–8 (conference weekend), he is running a free Kindle promotion. To get it, click the link below.
The Kindle version is free this weekend until October 8, 2018. The paperback book is not included in this promotion. It’s priced at $7.99. If you buy the paperback, however, you can get the Kindle version free via Kindle MatchBook). After the promotion, the Kindle version is $1.99.
In the Last Days is a basic guide of the topic of the Second Coming of Christ, with a wide variety of scriptural passages that cast light on the Last Days, the Millennium, and the end of the world. Students of the Second Coming will find a simple, scriptural foundation of the doctrine surrounding this sacred season.
If you’ve ever wondered if the law of attraction is real, or if the ideas presented by secular teachers of this law have any foundation in the scriptures, The Law of Attraction and the Scriptures is a good bet for you. It takes a simple approach to the law of attraction, relying on the standard works accepted by Latter-day Saints—The Bible, Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, and Pearl of Great Price—to illustrate its meaning.
This is a basic guide for newcomers to the topic who want to look at a wide variety of scriptural passages that cast light on the Last Days, the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, the Millennium, and the end of the world. Students of the Second Coming won’t find anything sensational, highly speculative, or particularly new or groundbreaking in this book, but rather a simple, scriptural foundation for the doctrine surrounding this sacred season.
More elementary than exhaustive, the guide walks through many of the major events surrounding the Second Coming of Christ, mainly through the Standard Works of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—the Bible, the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price—but also through some archaeological, historical, and statistical sources. (It’s a compilation of posts from my blog “Put on the Armor of Light,” written between September 2014 and November 2015.)
The Young Adult fantasy novel Song of Falling Leaves is available for free on Amazon Kindle from Tuesday, April 12, 2016 through Saturday, April 16, 2016.
What’s Song of Falling Leaves about?
Fourteen-year-old Andi McCall lives in a high-rise apartment in downtown Chicago with her an ambitious, overworked father and a distant, addicted mother. While her mom is in rehab one summer, Andi leads a dull life until her mother’s drug dealer nearly takes it from her. With a little convincing from her friend Ben, Andi decides to spend the rest of the summer on her grandfather’s ranch outside Elko, Nevada.
The evening she arrives on the ranch, Andi meets a incredible Quarter Horse named King’s Jubilation. Orphaned as a colt, the horse has grown into a unbreakable stallion, but after a life-threatening illness, Jubi learns to accept Andi’s gentle hand and the pair are soon more than friends. Together with Jubi Andi discovers that she is more gifted than she ever dreamed, with a secret past beyond her imagination.
The novel is the first book in a four-part series that follows Orlando “Andi” McCall’s emergence as The Wanderer, a Benevolent who protects the earth from utter destruction during the Last Season. The second book in the series, The Last Winter, is in progress and is due to be published in the near future.