Businessman, Teacher and Writer all in one package is unusual!
And so is Murray Kibblewhite who enjoys filling all these roles at the same time. The link between then is now expressed in his writing a series of short stories based upon his students experiences.
Born in Masterton, a small farming town, Murray left to attend Victoria University in Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, where he gained a B.Com. His working life has been mixed, starting in a Government owned finance company, moving to Auckland to work in the same field, then as General Manager of a trading company and then into his own service businesses.
For over 40 years Murray has also been a part time tertiary teacher specializing in business papers and his most recent students were from Asia, mainly Chinese, Indian and Korean.
He is divorced, has two adult children and five grandchildren and lives in Auckland, the largest city in New Zealand.
Under the banner, “Now I Know”, Murray has published the first short story of a series under the heading, “Project L.E.L.” that deals with Living – Experience – Learning. There are strong themes of Self Discovery and Spiritual understanding in his writings. He has released his first adventure novel, The Minke Connection, that deals with the issue of Japanese killing whales in the Southern Ocean.
on March 04, 2014 :
Michael had just finished teaching the Organization & Management class he taught in Auckland. Jia had been in his class. Fast forward the 2 were going to Wenchuan County (Kunlun Mountains) to meet Brian his partner in the flower business. Jia had met a Chinese young man John. They were married had a house & she was P/G.
Cool book cover, great font & writing style. A fairly well written sorta of ethnic friendship love romance short story (book). It fairly easy to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. Quite a few twists/turns. No grammar errors, repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of interesting scenarios & a great set of characters. Not sure I got the whole story content. That said I will rate it at 4/5 stars (book).
Thank you for the free short story (book)
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
(review of free book)