Tribute to Annette & George Searle

Annette and George SearleMy book “Freedom after the Sharks” is coming out soon. The editing process is done and the final cover will be revealed within a few weeks. None of this would have been possible if it had not been for two wonderful people: Annette & George Searle, my grandparents.

I believe that my main drive for writing ‘Freedom After The Sharks’ was born out of my wish to share life’s learning experiences and lessons. The book describes the life of a young boy who despite the various challenges he faced, survived and found success and happiness based on truth.

My grandmother reminded me often as a child that “I have the ability to achieve my dream,  but the question is how much do I want the dream?

I think her counsel applies neatly to writing. One must write with passion, determination and drive. An author keeps refining their work and expect that it will be very hard work. Effective prose and a readable, engaging writing style and personal voice will not happen magically without concerted and disciplined effort.

I look forward to hear what you think about my book. The cover will be revealed soon so stay tuned!

My book; what is it about and who should read it

My book covers that in a declining economy, how to survive regardless of a lack of resources and finance. I will show you that you can survive and succeed. The book takes people through real live experiences. It shows them what not to do and what happens when you do. It guides you how to rectify your course of actions so you will see light at the end of the tunnel.

My primary audience is entrepreneurs. Starting up, they may not be sure of the path to take. Even if they can visualize the path, it is good to learn from other people’s mistakes and failures. Other groups of readers are middle management or junior executives who are looking for a fascinating life story of courage, drive and inspiration. My secondary audience is graduates and college students who will find information in my book that will prepare them for their career.