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Book Review – Become a Freelance Writer by Rachael Oku

In Non-Fiction Writing on December 12, 2013 at 12:32

oku

 

Writing is everywhere. It’s in our newspapers, on the side of cereal packets and in handy leaflets advertising the latest sale around the corner. More often than not, someone has been employed to put that text together, either as a single agent or as part of a larger team. Read the rest of this entry »

Book Review – Very Awkward Tax by Emily Coltman

In Non-Fiction Writing on December 12, 2013 at 12:30

VAT

 

Value Added Tax, or in this case, Very Awkward Tax is a way of life. It’s a tax on goods and services that we all pay whether we realise or not. At the end of a supermarket receipt it is possible to find a VAT breakdown on the purchases you made, but the situation is different if you are in business yourself. Then the rules are slightly complicated.

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Book Review – Dear Entrepreneur by Danny Bailey and Andrew Blackman

In Non-Fiction Writing on December 12, 2013 at 12:27

Dear Entrepreneur

The idea of a 9 to 5 job is not for everyone. In fact it can be argued that in this Brave New World of stagnant economies and an emphasis on part time work, that a 9 to 5 approach needs another good look at, or in the case of this book, a total revamp. Read the rest of this entry »

Book Review – Recommended by Andy Lopata

In Non-Fiction Writing on October 11, 2012 at 15:27

It seems that in a world of Facebook & Twitter, Foursquare and LinkedIn, that social media is a cure-all for modern communication. After all, think of the number of connections that you can make in a single afternoon via a single tweet or status update. However the important thing is not the mode of communication, but the message. Read the rest of this entry »

Book Review – Go Do! by Jeremy Harbour

In Non-Fiction Writing on September 12, 2012 at 21:20

Go Do!: For People Who Have Always Wanted to Start a Business

 

How do you get started with something as big as building a business? I mean, the more you think about it the more terrifying it seems. There are people that say you should break it down into manageable lumps, so that you don’t get over-awed by the task ahead. But then you might not finish this list of jobs, and you’ll never become that business-owner that you’ve set your vision on. Read the rest of this entry »