About my Business series: Book 1 Helpful Tips for Any Type of Business is a teaser into the series. Helpful Tips For Any Type of Business Part II FAQ about starting a business are addressed, and Part III is an in-depth look at everything you need to know about starting a business, operating a business and answers any question I have ever had to deal with. Book 4 is in paperback only right now Business Tips & Tricks For You which is a compilation of books 1-3 with added material of scam artists, their pitch, their scam, police reports, and more included. Books 2-4 are all in color, includes photos, graphs, links, and more to help you utilize the resources I have put together for you.
For Love of Books
For Love of Books was started by Christi Hubbard, who owns numerous
businesses, including Wildcat’s Sanctuary & Ranch, Animal Rescue & Veteran
Support Services (Veteran Rescue) and Home for Heroes. Ms. Hubbard’s love
of books has been evident throughout her life, through her experience in
working in bookstores and a collection of books contained within her
non-profit that spans over 6,000 titles. It wasn’t until after she
published her own books, Helpful Tips for Any Type of Business and Helpful
Tips for Any Type of Business Part II: The expanded Edition that For Love
of Books became a solid idea.
For Love of Books plans on opening a brick and mortar shop and for now,
the only titles available are a limited selection. However, joining our
mailing list will keep you up to date with the latest news on For Love of
Books and any new arrivals.
Christi “Wildcat” Hubbard:
Founder at Animal Rescue & Veteran Support Services, Corp. © (Veteran
Rescue)® “A Warrior’s Sanctuary.”
Owner at Wildcat’s Sanctuary and Ranch, Corp. © “Ask For The Best, Ask For
Owner at Home For Heroes ® is a registered trademark of Home For Heroes
Productions, LLC.© “United We Stand, Divided We Fail.”
Owner at For Love of Books, Corp. © ” Where your imagination reigns.”
Ms. Hubbard was raised on a small ten acre farm in the woods of
Brooksville, Florida, with lots of animals. She’s actively cared for a
variety of pets since she was a small child. These early experiences
impacted her in a profound way. Later, she noticed a distinct lack of
animal care in her area when owners traveled on vacation. The owners often
boarded their pets with a vet, typically in cages. Wildcat asked, “Who
wants to stay in a cage all day?” The answer – No one!
She has handled horses, rabbits, ferrets, cats, dogs, birds, hamsters and
gerbils. Years ago, Christi discovered an ability to catch and hold any
animal whether feral or domestic, regardless of bites and claws. She’s
also hand raised animal babies that were abandoned, sick or just taken too
soon from their mother to ensure their health and well being. Her love of
animals is partially the reason she earned the moniker “Wildcat”. She
also showed the tenacity of a wild cat in her fighting techniques during
her police academy training, so “Wildcat” was a natural fit.
Throughout her adult life, Ms. Hubbard has gained a lot of different
understanding through a lot of diverse work experiences. Ms. Hubbard has
worked in Law Enforcement, and has two associates degree, one in Law
Enforcement and the other in Criminology. She has earned multiple
certificates and gathered a long line of military connections, which
include her dad, a Marine, her nephew in the Air Force, a cousin and
brother in law both in the Army. A father in law also retired from the
Navy. Wildcat Hubbard worked for three years for the local Sheriffs
office. For fifteen years, she worked as a receptionist, then two years as
a teller. After that, she spent five years in security. She’s also done
house and pet sitting and volunteering.
I used to work for Waldenbooks as Keyholder, Book Seller, and Assistant
Manager fill in for over 2 years.