Con Chignal wants more. At his lowest point, Con meets JJ – and JJ has a proposition Con can’t refuse.
Money – lots of money – and a new love interest mean that Con should be a very happy man, but always having to look over your shoulder takes its toll.
As Con soon learns, the drug business is a lot easier to get into than out of: once the line is cast there is no turning back.
The second Novel from entrepreneur and raconteur, Colin Crump: Life is full of surprises. Big Floyd Johnston didn’t expect to find anything more interesting than a pig or two when he set off with his loyal dog on the morning of his seventieth birthday. And, even then, he hardly imagined that the untamed wilderness he stumbled upon that day would soon become his own personal adventure paradise...
Peter Crowley is a great man operating a digger but, between trying to win Liz and building his own business, he's dug himself in over his head financially – now he's not in a position to turn down any digging jobs that come his way; not that the sort of people requiring his services would ever take ‘no’ for an answer. Meanwhile, how does his friend Martin choose between an exotic dancer and God?
Colin’s autobiography tells of a childhood tainted by a terrifying level of physical and emotional abuse at the hands of a merciless father. But life was not entirely bleak and these pages also attest to days of almost idyllic freedom. Between the fear and the freedom the Crump siblings grew up to be strong, resiliant and self-reliant, at home in the New Zealand wilderness...
Financial independence. You say you are committed to it, but you just don’t feel you are getting there. Understanding your emotional relationship with money and challenging your current money beliefs is the first step to achieving long-term success.
How To Get Ahead - Fire up your money management, is part two of a three‐part ebook mini‐series, about getting a grip on where you are financially, and working out how you're going to move your life to where you want it to be.
The final part of a three‐part ebook mini‐series, about getting a grip on where you are financially, and working out how you're going to move your life to where you want it to be. In this part we cover four of the most common financial traps that stand in the way of financial success, and how to start avoiding them.
50 Years with my hands in a basin, is a short memoir by Susan Ratapu, featuring a collection of memories and short stories from both her early life growing up in and around Greytown, New Zealand, and her over 50 years experience as a hairdresser, including owning and operating 4 hair and beauty salons around the region.