Marcus has written thousands of pages of law enforcement reports describing the details of cyber crimes, sexual assaults, drug trafficking, and murders during his career as a federal agent. He now uses all of that "practice" to tell stories that excite, entertain, and engage. While life doesn't always have a happy ending, there is always hope found in family, friendships, and kindness.
He and his family have lived all over the world and love exploring and making friends wherever they find themselves: from California's high desert, to Sicily's historical marvels, to the beaches of the mid-Atlantic coast, to the rain soaked forests of Washington, to the base of Mt Fuji, and to the majestic Rocky Mountains. The world is full of mystery and untold stories.
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The Flaming Grenade - Fountains of Power Book 1:
Set on the beaches of California and the mountains of Sicily, The Flaming Grenade takes us on an adventure to discover ancient secrets with modern technology. Archie, a scientist in Half Moon Bay, CA is accidentally used as a test subject in his company's secret teleportation research, a mistake that somehow connects him to an ancient Power long sought after throughout the centuries. His discovery links his cutting edge research with his fiancé's family history, and together he and Zaira travel to beautiful Sicily to discover the horrible secret surrounding her great uncle's death during World War II. When a powerful oligarch discovers the connection, Archie and Zaira are thrust into a struggle between ancient myths, family secrets, and those who will stop at nothing to obtain ultimate power.
One of the primary drivers for writing this book was our desire to help new leaders understand how they can maximize the productivity and effectiveness of their employees by increasing engagement and supporting mental health.
As a leader, we want you to think back to your first leadership position and how you felt as you transitioned from employee to leader. What did you want to accomplish? What did you hope to change or improve? Ultimately, did you feel like communication with your leaders was effective, and if not, would improved communication have helped your transition into leadership?
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