Bad things happen at Gate 58a
Hello all and welcome to this week’s Author Interview Plunge. Today’s author is Sharon Marchisello. Sharon writes in two widely separate fields; personal finance and murder mysteries. Perhaps the intersection is that she knows how to get rid of your investment counselor permanently should your portfolio collapse.
I’m just wondering…
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Personal Finance Expert Karsten Bech Nielsen on a 360º view of Money
Hello all and welcome all to another Author Interview Plunge. Today’s guest is Danish Personal Finance Expert Karsten Bech Nielsen. Karsten is an architect, author, publisher and seasoned investor. He considers himself an IT nerd and be that as it may, he’s become financially independent due to his knowledge of the banking, finance and insurance industries.
Most books on personal finance are narrowly focused. They ignore things that are extremely important
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Poetry, Personal Finance, Spirituality, Westerns and the decline of America coming your way in March 2018
Hooray for us, we’ve got six published interviews (as I type this), one more waiting for author approval (we don’t publish without an author’s approval of their interview) and almost fifty more waiting to go! Are you a published author who’d like to be interviewed for our series? Easy to do.
I mentioned in Feb 2018 Author Interview Plunge Schedule that I’d be talking with Epic Fantasy, Military Thrillers and other authors, Poets and Spoken Word Artists. Now I can add scriptwriters and ghost writers to the Author Interview Plunge retinue (look for them starting May 2018). Yeeha!
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