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Your Next Big Idea

Samuel Sanders has written an inspiring and encouraging book that will have you view life in a different dimension. Readers will find encouragement to think outside the box and try out things that they previously would not have paid attention to. Samuel Sanders is a diverse author writing to readers of all levels. Whether readers are a student, starting a small business, or are in the corporate world, Samuel Sanders will share with readers how they can grow that small idea that they have been sitting on. The author has a guide that will enable readers of all kinds to grow as a person and as a brand.

Your Next Big Idea: Improve Your Creativity and Problem-Solving is a great book for both creatives and those that do not consider themselves to be creative. Samuel Sanders will bring out the creativity in those that read this intellectually invigorating book. The author directs his readers to think beyond their surroundings. The language and tone the author uses are friendly and welcoming, like having a conversation with a friend or colleague. This approach is helpful for getting outside of your comfort zone and really analyzing methods that will work to advance whatever project you are engaged with. These tools will benefit people across all areas in life and can be applied to more than just business undertakings. Reading this inspiring book will make readers aware that the next big thing in whatever project they are working on is achievable.

Your Next Big Idea: Improve Your Creativity and Problem-Solving covers topics like identifying problems and looking for solutions, how to be an inquisitive person in an intelligent manner, erasing stigmas, strategizing in different areas, welcoming ideas, and how to interact with those that have the same mindset. This is the ideal book for readers looking for problem-solving skills and how to be better in one’s craft.

Pages: 225 | ASIN : B08QZXG1X4

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You Have a Gift

Christopher Wheat
Christopher Wheat Author Interview

Weirdo 2.0 gives readers the tools they need to handle a harsh boss along with information about autism. What inspired you to write this book?

In the book, I mention how impossible it was to sue the school district because I couldn’t find a defamation lawyer that would take my case. I really believed I was not going to let these people win, so that is what inspired me to write the book. I had kept all of the emails, letters, and recordings from that last year and beyond because I knew there was going to be something rotten, I just never thought it would have been that bad.

I appreciated the personal accounts you shared in this book. What were some ideas that were important for you to get convey?

The biggest thing for me to convey was, that I wanted any person who is living with a disability should never have to deal with abuse from others…especially at work! The most difficult part is when you have a neuro-deficient disorder, people will look at you and see no cane or wheelchair, so how can you be ‘disabled’? I want people to learn how important it is to advocate for yourself or you will constantly be beaten to the ground!

What is one thing you hope readers take away from your book?

We’re all humans. None of us are perfect but we try to live our lives the best we can. Never let anyone else tell you that your worthless or you can’t do anything right. You have a gift, no matter what disability you may have. Use that gift and inspire others, because you never know who might be watching thinking they have nothing to offer.

What is the next book that you are working on and when will it be available?

I have 3, believe it or not. One is about my mother-in-law who had journaled her USO trip to Iceland during the early ’60s and I found it to be really fascinating and I want to share it with the rest of the world. The other is a book about relationships dating and marrying a person with autism. The last book is about police and how they handle people with autism.

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Feeling bullied at work?
Wondering if HR is talking behind your back?
I’ve walked in your shoes!

This volume as additional material about autism and other disorders.
This story chronicles my experience with a harsh boss who wanted me out. If you are a worker, teacher, parent or disabled person, I’ll give you the best options for dealing with this problem. I’ll let you know what worked and what failed. I know how you feel! My situation was so bad I almost lost my house, all because my job wanted to get rid of the Weirdo. This conflict was so enormous, that this reached all the way to the White House. An intense and vivid personal account of how I wasn’t willing to give up – and neither should you!

Hungry Monster Book Awards: August 2016

The Hungry Monster Book Awards are given to books that have astounded and amazed us with unique writing styles, vivid worlds, complex characters, and original ideas. These books deserve extraordinary praise and The Hungry Monster is proud to acknowledge the hard work, dedication, and imagination of these talented authors.

Gold Book AwardGold Award Winners

Death Leaders by Kendra Hadnott

Jabberwocky: A Novella by Theodore Singer

Silver Book AwardSilver Award Winners

Milijun by Clayton Graham

Derailed by Alyssa Rosy Ivy

Bar Nights by Dave Matthes

Death of a Gypsy by Janet Hannah

Mervyn vs. Dennis by Niels Saunders

Stage Door Comedies by Sally Roger

Asana of Malevolence by Kate Abbott

In the Eyes of Madness by Michael Pang

Welcome to Deep Cove by Grant T. Reed

The Six and the Crystals if Ialana by Katlynn Brooke

Thing Bailiwick: A Collection of Horror by Fawn Bonning

Tarbabies: The Shadow Man of Ichabod Lane by Allen Brady

 

Books have the ability to entertain and inform us. They can make the impossible possible. They are vehicles of time travel and windows into perspectives. In books, authors are gods and imagination is their power. Transforming letters into words; words into characters and places; and these into emotions and worlds. Even if we never meet, we are connected by the stories we tell.

 

Visit the Hungry Monster Book Awards page to see more information on the awards. See all award winners.

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