Edited in December 2020, this easy-to-read and entertaining guide is full of financial tips that anyone can use.
Personal Finance and Investing: How Anyone Can Make More, Spend Less, and Invest Wisely
“So many finance books are full of fluff, but NOT this one. Highly recommend!” – Rachel Richards, Bestselling Author of Money Honey
If you want to learn how to make your money work for you, keep reading…
Everyone wishes they could make more money, but few know how to get their financial house in order or how to leverage it to increase their bottom line and put more money in their pockets NOW. Personal Finance and Investing: How Anyone Can Make More, Spend Less, and Invest Wisely is the quintessential — and entertaining — guide to making your financial dreams a reality and finally taking control of your hard-earned money.
Inside, you’ll find actionable steps including how to:
Earn and use extra funds
Find FREE money
Take on a side hustle
Get smart about your spending habits
Manage good, bad, & ugly debt
Avoid paying unnecessary fees
And so much more!
If you’ve ever believed personal finance and investing are too difficult to learn or too time-consuming to keep up with, this book will make you think differently and will inspire you to take charge of your finances now…
Edited in mid-May, this is a delightful, imaginative story that will keep you turning the pages from cover to cover.
Connie Maxwell has a secret. Though broken in body, her spirit runs free. Dreamwalking might be useful if only she could control it. But it’s one thing roaming the Cornish Coast and quite another witnessing a murder – especially when she can’t influence the outcome.
Annie Hearn has absconded after the suspicious death of her neighbour, and the authorities are about to pounce. But in a county of people hell-bent on bringing her to justice, Connie alone believes in her innocence.
With time running out, a chance encounter brings evil to Connie’s door. Nobody is who they seem, and Connie’s background is an ever-changing mystery.
Who is Connie? And is saving Annie the reason for her burdensome gift?
A gripping Golden Age historical series perfect for those who like a touch of psychic suspense with their mysteries.
Proofread in the second week of May this novella introduces the Jake Tanner crime series.
There’s no fate worse than inheriting a dead man’s debt.
Jake Tanner, a trainee detective constable with Croydon CID, is eager to impress his bosses. So when a body is found face-down in the city’s farmlands, head crushed, split in two, Jake jumps at the opportunity.
The victim is soon identified as Zeke Harrison. A successful businessman and philanthropist. A man who had it all.
But, as the investigation into his death develops, it becomes clear that Zeke had more secrets than success.
And he had his debts – debts that got him killed.
But now they’ve been passed on to someone else. And Jake must find out to whom before history repeats itself.
Edited in mid-April, Memories Full of Love is now available for pre-order.
Autistic… newly married… and trying to fit into a new family.
As Adele Fox enters married life as Mrs Beeton, not only does she have to adjust to becoming a wife, she also has to form a relationship with her husband’s parents.
Travelling to America, staying in a new environment, and learning to deal with a challenging mother-in-law… what could possibly go wrong?
Whilst on their honeymoon, Adele unexpectedly finds out about a Beeton family secret that has been kept hidden and buried for years. Not wanting to create a family feud, Adele keeps this to herself… that is until she’s driven to speak out.
As Adele settles into her new life and routine, an impromptu change pressures her to keep a secret of her own.
Little does she know, what she says, and what she hides will have consequences and could ruin her marriage.
Does Adele ruin her relationship with her new family?
Will she overcome and reveal her own secret?
A quick but emotional read - reading about the cruelty to the dog was heartbreaking but this was a lovely tale of the love and healing that animals can bring to our lives.
I would have given five stars but for the missed typos - a few t...
I get the impression that this could be a nice story but I've had to give up after forcing myself to go as far as 15% of the way through. If this novel has ever been near a remotely professional editor then the author was conned.
Another very enjoyable story but with a few niggles, hence the four stars rather than five. Maybe it's because I was tired but the editing issues grated on me more than in the first story and, do people really generally believe that 'ear...
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