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Mr Personal Development is published for kindle!

Well I am over the MOON! to announce that my first real, as in not a short story and over 60,000 words is now published to Kindle.  You can check it out and by it for a measly $2.99 here. Mr Personal Development



So what is it all about?  Good question.


Set across the UK, Venice and Borneo Mr Personal Development is a fast paced tale with non stop action right from the start. The storyline is action packed and the characters have edgy hard grit dialogue. A thrill to read!
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MONEY, VALUES, MORALS, SEX, LOVE, MURDER, GREED, CORRUPTION AND A HUGE GAMBLING DEBT.
James Skye Has it all. Looks, charm, money and fame that is growing everyday. People love him. He is Mr Personal Development and can fill conference centers with people willing to be told how to live their life.

When James is asked to help one of the most successful CEO's on the planet with a very bad track record in humanitarian, animal and environmental issues all hell breaks loose. James is faced with a life or death decision that will affect him and others.



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So sound pretty good?  I hope so.  After writing so many 'how to' books and short stories this really was a fun thing to do and I now know that I love writing fiction.


I hope you enjoy it.


Matt

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Matt Belcher was born in England, UK in 1977. Although a proud Englishman who served his country and still gets emotional when the national anthem is played before a Rugby match he lives in San Diego, CA.

Matt is a business consultant by trade and writer by passion. He credits his Mother for his creating story telling ability since she can make a creative story out of any facts.

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