Audiobooks Narrated by Eric Michael Summerer

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So You Want to Start a Side Hustle: Build a Business that Empowers You to Live Your Life, Your Way Audiobook

So You Want to Start a Side Hustle: Build a Business that Empowers You to Live Your Life, Your Way

Author: Carrie Bohlig, Craig Clickner Narrator: Eric Michael Summerer, Erin Deward Release Date: September 2021

Carrie Bohlig and Craig Clickner started side hustles to make their lives better-to break free from the limitations of corporate America and have more time with their kids and each other. Today, they're entrepreneurs who have built multiple thriving businesses and helped thousands of people through mentoring, coaching, and sharing their insights across the globe. In So You Want to Start a Side Hustle, you'll learn all the secrets of their successes: Through real-life stories, lessons learned from personal wins and losses, and illuminating anecdotes about their experiences speaking to solopreneurs and other small business owners, Carrie and Craig show you how to get your idea from the thinking and planning stages to the life-changing, revenue-producing venture you want it to be. Designed as a 'traveling adventure guide,' So You Want to Start a Side Hustle lays out how to establish a clear Life Vision and develop the right Lifeset for ongoing success. This foundation, say Carrie and Craig, is crucial. It's the framework that allows you to sharpen your focus, overcome challenges and obstacles, and create a side hustle that has an ongoing impact on your life and generates lasting success and revenue.

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How to Talk to a Science Denier: Conversations with Flat Earthers, Climate Deniers, and Others Who D Audiobook

How to Talk to a Science Denier: Conversations with Flat Earthers, Climate Deniers, and Others Who D

Author: Lee Mcintyre Narrator: Eric Michael Summerer Release Date: September 2021

'Climate change is a hoax-and so is coronavirus.' 'Vaccines are bad for you.' These days, many of our fellow citizens reject scientific expertise and prefer ideology to facts. They are not merely uninformed-they are misinformed. They cite cherry-picked evidence, rely on fake experts, and believe conspiracy theories. How can we get them to change their minds and accept the facts when they don't believe in facts? In this book, Lee McIntyre shows that anyone can fight back against science deniers, and argues that it's important to do so. Science denial can kill. Drawing on his own experience-including a visit to a Flat Earth convention-as well as academic research, McIntyre outlines the common themes of science denialism, present in misinformation campaigns ranging from tobacco companies' denial in the 1950s that smoking causes lung cancer to today's anti-vaxxers. He describes attempts to use his persuasive powers as a philosopher to convert Flat Earthers; surprising discussions with coal miners; and conversations with a scientist friend about genetically modified organisms in food. McIntyre offers tools and techniques for communicating the truth and values of science, emphasizing that the most important way to reach science deniers is to talk to them calmly and respectfully-to put ourselves out there, and meet them face to face.

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The Shogun's Last Samurai Corps: The Bloody Battles and Intrigues of the Shinsengumi Audiobook

The Shogun's Last Samurai Corps: The Bloody Battles and Intrigues of the Shinsengumi

Author: Romulus Hillsborough Narrator: Eric Michael Summerer Release Date: August 2021

The Shogun's Last Samurai Corps tells the thrilling story of the Shinsengumi-the legendary corps of Samurai warriors tasked with keeping order in Kyoto during the final chaotic years of the Tokugawa Shogunate (1600-1868). This book recounts the fascinating tales of political intrigue, murder, and mayhem surrounding the fearsome Shinsengumi, including: ● The infamous slaughter at Ikidaya Inn where, after learning of a plan to torch the city, a group of Shinsengumi viciously attacked and killed a group of anti-Tokugawa plotters ● The bloody assassination of Serizawa Kamo, the Shinsengumi leader, under highly suspicious circumstances ● The final tumultuous battles of the civil war in which the Shinsengumi fought and died in a series of doomed last stands

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Swoony Billionaire: The Kline Brooks Collections Audiobook

Swoony Billionaire: The Kline Brooks Collections

Author: Max Monroe Narrator: Cj Bloom, Elizabeth Hart, Eric Michael Summerer, Jeremy York Release Date: August 2021

Meet the swooniest billionaire of all time in one awesome and hilarious romantic comedy collection. This collection includes Tapping the Billionaire, Tapping Her, and the novella Be My Billionaire Valentine. A favorite book boyfriend of all time, Kline Brooks sets a different kind of standard. If you're the type of woman that prefers crotch selfies to small talk, this hero isn't for you. If you HATE laughing, this hero isn't for you. If you want your male leads to grunt, thrust like jack rabbits, and have one-track minds that prefer a nice pair of t*ts to brains every hour of every day for the rest of forever, well . . . then, this hero still isn't for you. But. If you enjoy a good swoon, a hearty laugh, witty banter, some hot as f*@% f*@%ing, and an awesome HEA, then dive into this collection and never come up for air. Kline Brooks isn't the kind of man you regret. Contains mature themes.

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Democracy by Petition: Popular Politics in Transformation, 1790-1870 Audiobook

Democracy by Petition: Popular Politics in Transformation, 1790-1870

Author: Daniel Carpenter Narrator: Eric Michael Summerer Release Date: July 2021

Known as the age of democracy, the nineteenth century witnessed the extension of the franchise and the rise of party politics. As Daniel Carpenter shows, however, democracy in America emerged not merely through elections and parties, but through the transformation of an ancient political tool: the petition. A statement of grievance accompanied by a list of signatures, the petition afforded women and men excluded from formal politics the chance to make their voices heard and to reshape the landscape of political possibility. Democracy by Petition traces the explosion and expansion of petitioning across the North American continent. Indigenous tribes in Canada, free Blacks from Boston to the British West Indies, Irish canal workers in Indiana, and Hispanic settlers in territorial New Mexico all used petitions to make claims on those in power. Petitions facilitated the extension of suffrage, the decline of feudal land tenure, and advances in liberty for women, African Americans, and Indigenous peoples. Even where petitioners failed in their immediate aims, their campaigns advanced democracy by setting agendas, recruiting people into political causes, and fostering aspirations of equality. The coming of democracy in America owes much to the unprecedented energy with which the petition was employed in the antebellum period.

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Failure to Disrupt: Why Technology Alone Can't Transform Education Audiobook

Failure to Disrupt: Why Technology Alone Can't Transform Education

Author: Justin Reich Narrator: Eric Michael Summerer Release Date: July 2021

Proponents of large-scale learning have boldly promised that technology can disrupt traditional approaches to schooling, radically accelerating learning and democratizing education. Much-publicized experiments, often underwritten by Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, have been launched at elite universities and in elementary schools in the poorest neighborhoods. Such was the excitement that, in 2012, the New York Times declared the 'year of the MOOC.' Less than a decade later, that pronouncement seems premature. In Failure to Disrupt, Justin Reich delivers a sobering report card on the latest supposedly transformative educational technologies. Reich takes listeners on a tour of MOOCs, autograders, computerized 'intelligent tutors,' and other educational technologies whose problems and paradoxes have bedeviled educators. Learning technologies often provide the greatest benefit to affluent students and do little to combat growing inequality in education. And institutions and investors often favor programs that scale up quickly, but at the expense of true innovation. Technology does have a crucial role to play in the future of education, Reich concludes. We still need new teaching tools, and classroom experimentation should be encouraged. But successful reform efforts will focus on incremental improvements, not the next killer app.

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Breaking Barriers: How P-Tech Schools Create a Pathway From High School to College to Career Audiobook

Breaking Barriers: How P-Tech Schools Create a Pathway From High School to College to Career

Author: Stanely S. Litow, Tina Kelley Narrator: Eric Michael Summerer Release Date: July 2021

Breaking Barriers shows how to redesign high schools so that all students can move on to college and successful careers. In a negation of the American Dream, a child's zip code is currently a far better predictor of success than hard work, intelligence, or resilience. This book tells the story of a school model that focuses on equity and works to prove that all young people can achieve academic excellence given the right support. P-TECH (Pathways in Technology Early College High School) combines public high schools and community colleges in partnership with employers, providing both opportunity and support for all students. This innovative and effective approach eliminates barriers to replication by engaging all stakeholders. The first P-TECH, which opened in a low-income Brooklyn neighborhood, is now a model for school reform. Praised by President Obama and heads of nations, its story is told through the voices of students who have shattered the myths about which students can succeed.

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Advice for Working Dads Audiobook

Advice for Working Dads

Author: Harvard Business Review Narrator: Eric Michael Summerer, Jennifer Jill Araya Release Date: June 2021

Gone are the days when fathers were expected to put work first and family last. Today, men worldwide are redefining fatherhood and finding greater fulfillment both at work and at home. But old ways die hard. Many managers prefer the status quo, and fathers aren't finding the support and flexibility they need from their employers. Dads still feel pressure to downplay or hide their involvement in their children's lives. And even as more men step up as parents, across every level of society the burdens of parenting and running a household still fall unfairly on women. Fatherhood is one of the toughest jobs and the biggest responsibility you'll ever take on. Advice for Working Dads will teach you how to balance and integrate work and parenthood, how to navigate the common pitfalls at work, and how to find success when you're taking on twice as much-for the good of your family. This volume will help you: navigate workplaces and bosses that want you to forget you're a parent; spend your time at work and at home more purposefully; make time for yourself, your friends, and your hobbies; set reasonable expectations and limits in the always-on work culture; communicate better with your spouse or partner about careers, parenting, and housework; get the paternal leave you and your family need; set your family up for success; and more.

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The Secret of Giza Audiobook

The Secret of Giza

Author: Ken Warner Narrator: Eric Michael Summerer Release Date: May 2021

What if humanity didn't start on Earth . . . ? An incredible discovery deep inside the Great Pyramid, a mysterious signal sent from the Bermuda Triangle, and a ruthless experiment taking place in Area 51: How are they all connected? When Malia Kwan exhibits unusual abilities, government agents show up at her home to apprehend her and her twin brother, Jaden-and all hell breaks loose. After their parents are killed, Jaden and Malia flee into the night, becoming fugitives. Before long, they discover their true identities are tied to the lost city of Atlantis-and to the origins of humanity itself. And now a threat emerges that could wipe out the entire human race-unless Jaden and Malia can stop it!

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Captain Quasar & The Phaze-Worlds Dilemma Audiobook

Captain Quasar & The Phaze-Worlds Dilemma

Author: Milo James Fowler Narrator: Eric Michael Summerer Release Date: May 2021

Captain Quasar is beside himself. The United Earth Fleet has established its home base on the terraformed island of Kauai, where humankind is starting over. But when an act of sabotage threatens their existence, Captain Bartholomew Quasar and his intrepid crew must return to space to hunt down the saboteur. Unbeknownst to them, rifts have opened between parallel worlds, and our heroes are flung into a dangerous reality where they encounter alternate versions of themselves as well as new friends and foes along the way. In the end, Quasar will have to make the ultimate sacrifice in order to save the multiverse from an extinction-level event at the hands of a ravenous extradimensional threat: the Void.

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On the Trail of Bigfoot: Tracking the Enigmatic Giants of the Forest Audiobook

On the Trail of Bigfoot: Tracking the Enigmatic Giants of the Forest

Author: Mike Dupler Narrator: Eric Michael Summerer Release Date: April 2021

On the Trail of Bigfoot is a firsthand account from paranormal researcher and skilled outdoorsman Mike Dupler on his many years of investigations into the Bigfoot phenomena. This plainspoken guide explores a variety of fascinating aspects of the Bigfoot mystery: ● Whether Bigfoot are interdimensional beings or biological-or both ● The similarities and disparities between the Sasquatch phenomena and other paranormal manifestations (fairies, wild men, Mothman, and the strange events at the notorious Skinwalker Ranch) ● Bigfoot's origins and their place on the primate evolutionary tree On the Trail of Bigfoot also offers compelling theories as to the origins and arrival of Bigfoot in North America. Unique to this book is a detailed examination of stick structures attributed to Sasquatch, providing a wealth of information and reasoned speculation on the nature of these enigmatic calling cards that serve as haunting reminders of Bigfoot's presence. Other evidence examined provides insight into possible communication techniques, such as tree knocks and perhaps even a spoken language, and an exploration of the implications of Bigfoot's social interactions and higher intelligence.

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Masks of the Outcasts Audiobook

Masks of the Outcasts

Author: Andre Norton Narrator: Eric Michael Summerer Release Date: April 2021

The planet Korwar was a glittering jewel of a world, inhabited by the galaxy's wealthiest, visited by the upper classes of other worlds in search of diversion. The jewel had a flaw: the Dipple, its name coming from a contraction of 'displaced person,' where the misfits, the hopeless, the penniless eke out a wretched existence on the dole. Two young men hoped to escape from the Dipple: Troy Horan was deported from his own planet after it lost an interstellar war. When he had a chance to work in an unusual pet shop, he though his luck had changed. But the owner was playing a dangerous game of intrigue, and when he was murdered Troy barely escaped with his own life. Aided only by telepathic animals from old Terra who had befriended him, he had no choice but to hide in ruins left behind by the now-vanished original inhabitants of Korwar; ruins which explorers had entered without returning. Nik Kolherne had a face so cruelly scarred and disfigured that he wore a mask to cover it. When he was recruited with a promise of being given a new face, he was uneasy but accepted the offer. Then he found out that he was party to a kidnapping for more sinister purposes than he had been told, and he was the only hope of the young heir's survival-if the two of them could survive on a planet veiled in eternal night, swarming with dangerous predators.

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