Arthur is a former UK solicitor who was born and raised in Somerset. He retired to South East Asia many years ago. He is now busier than when he was working! He still practises as a lawyer and specialises in visa work and advice. In the little spare time he has he writes books and fishes.
In the Philippines there persists to this day a dark rumor surrounding the one of the best known shopping malls in the capital, Manila. This dark and sinister horror tale has gained a cult status and is believed by many.
This book will give you a thorough understanding of the basics of the new cyber currency, without a lot of jargon.I used to be an idiot that didn’t know about Bitcoin. Now. I am an idiot that Does know about it!
Bitcoin changes everyday. If you want to understand it - this book will give you the latest, up to date information, plus loads of helpful links.
THE ultimate guide to an effective giveaway. With Hundreds of tips and links to make sure your Giveaway boosts your success. New Ideas and tried and tested formulae are explained in a friendly way by experienced, multi published writer, Arthur Crandon.
This tale of politics and murder is not for the fainthearted. The racy plot swerves and turns through the jungles of the Philippines. The evil Senator Consuelo will stop at nothing to achieve the Presidency. Deceit, Lust and Intrigue abound as the author takes you on a breathtaking journey through the capital city, Manila. Nothing is what it seems. The final twist will leave you wanting more.
A short guide to getting your book in print and on ebook shelves without spending a penny. A friendly and concise guide to issues and opportunities from a published author who has 'Been there' and 'done that'. Lots of tips and valuable contacts. The author has several published books with total downloads in excess of 40,000
Essential reading for students wanting to come to the UK to study. Thirty essential tips to make sure that your application is successful. Written by a former Solicitor who has helped hundreds of overseas students come to the UK. Regularly updated.