Nick Pendrell was born in Stratford-upon-Avon where he went to the same school as William Shakespeare (although a few centuries after Shakespeare had already left).
In the late-eighties, he came to prominence in the UK video industry, responsible for creating the marketing campaigns for such blockbusters as Terminator 2, Basic Instinct and Dances With Wolves.
Always having suffered with wanderlust, he moved to Prague in 1991 where he formed two successful companies, including a magazine publishing company, which he later sold in order to concentrate on his new great interest - the area of internet marketing.
After experimenting with writing and publishing ebooks in 2001 he moved to Latvia in 2004 as marketing consultant for several different internet companies.
In 2007, he published his first book - 'Propertastic's Complete Guide to Hurghada Property and Egypt's Red Sea Real Estate' after seeing the potential of the property market
In 2011, he returned to writing, starting work on the 'Internet Marketing Bible' series of books, empowering local businesses with the tools to harness the promotional power of the internet in order to market themselves in a cost-effective manner. The first title in the series, 'Internet Marketing Bible for Accountants' was published on 3 January 2012.
In mid-2012, he returned to writing on the subject of international real estate with the publication of 'Pattaya Property and Thailand's Real Estate', published in July 2012.
In addition to books, Nick regularly writes articles for a diverse selection of international professional magazines ranging from 'Computer & Video Games' through several international real estate magazines to 'Accounting Practice' magazine, where he writes a regular column on internet marketing.
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Smashwords book reviews by Nick Pendrell
The Fifth Of December [Me, Emma & Afghanistan]
on April 22, 2018
A fascinating true story of a refugee from Iran who was forced to flee across the border to Afghanistan, with hardly any money. A real page-turner as I wanted to see how the story ended.