Allen R. Smith is a an award winning writer living in Vail, Colorado and has been published in magazines, newspapers and hundreds of websites specializing in humor, health, fitness, nutrition and outdoor sports.
Smith has been featured on the Denver affiliate station of NBC, the Denver Post, The Writer Magazine, OntheSnow.com, the Aspen Times, LIVESTRONG.COM, Trails.com, Idaho Mountain Express, Vail Daily, Tahoe Daily Tribue and published his first book, “Ski Instructors Confidential” in 2005. His second book, “Watching Grandma Circle the Drain” is also available here and he has a new book coming out in 2014. He can be reached at snowwriter.com.
Charles Ponzi had the chutzpah of Bernard Madoff and the audacity of Donald Trump in an age of innocence. This is an illustrated novel about the historical events surrounding Ponzi’s Scam of the Century, the enthusiasm and panic he generated, and the people he involved his scheme.
Down-to-earth real-world advice for dealing with in-laws, money, arguments, household chores, etc. offered based on extensive research and life experience by “untherapist,” straight-talking and best-selling author, Samuel Murphy.
Conceptual Revolutions in Science stands at the threshold of discoveries in both science and consciousness. Here you’ll meet leaders at the frontier edge of science. If you would like to consider these revolutionary concepts for yourself, this book will take you on a fascinating, fast-paced, and potentially life-changing journey.
Popular author and humor essayist, Allen Smith has done it again. He’s managed to skewer everything that’s sacred—including sex, political correctness and even religion—in his new book, Monkey in a Pink Canoe.
Explosive Speed and Power isn't something you are either born with or not, but like all things can be developed. K.O. Power will show you how to unlock your hidden potential, allowing you to be faster and more powerful than you thought possible.
A concise “how to” book that helps Internet users understand, identify and avoid the many online scams that cost individuals a total of over 500 million dollars in stolen cash and goods that are reported every year. Perhaps the majority of these crimes go unreported and men are the most common victims.