My Life – My Country

BBC radio interview
Look what I found lurking among my old messages recently … this BBC Sussex & Surrey radio interview with Allison Fears took place in 2014, almost exactly four years ago.
It’s still relevant now, as I reveal pieces of my past life. If you persevere through the slight break towards the end of the interview, you will further understand the relevance, and learn a little about People Matter, the charity I am supporting with the proceeds of my new book.
I’ve always felt the people of Africa could teach the “developed” world a thing or two, and in the final chapter of the book, you will find an example from St. Peter’s Lifeline in Kenya of how this could happen.
GOING IT ALONE, a beginner’s guide to starting your own business, will be launched on 15th August, and if you pre-order the book, you will benefit from an introductory price of £.99 or $.99.
Here’s the Amazon link: https://bookgoodies.com/a/B07DN2RRXD
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3 Responses to My Life – My Country

  1. rolandclarke says:

    I could have done with your book, Jane before I kept failing in various businesses. Now, I just nod sagely from my retirement wheelchair. LOL

    • jbwye says:

      It’s never too late, Roland! Haven’t you got some children/grandchildren, nieces, nephews etc. you could gift the book to? It’s soooooo cheap, and what a loverly birthday/Christmas present it would make….

      • rolandclarke says:

        Sadly, Jane, my immediate relations – mostly steps – are non-readers, mostly. I’ve yet to get any of them to read my novel – or the children’s books that I’ve been buying the kids. However, I’ll give your suggestion some thought. All the best.

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