Tag Archives: ghostwriters

My latest commission! David Hyner of Stretch Development.

I am delighted to tell you that I have been given permission to announce that I am helping the remarkable motivational speaker David Hyner write a book on his goal-setting methodology. He has helped numerous people achieve massive goals. You … Continue reading

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Lilou Mace’s book on Amazon.co.uk!

I have just discovered that I Lost My Job and I Liked it: 30-Day Law-of-Attraction Diary of a Dream Job Seeker is on Amazon.co.uk. I have updated previous posts to include this information. Read all about it elsewhere on this … Continue reading

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Watch “I Lost My Job and I Liked It” by Lilou Mace being printed!

You can now watch I Lost My Job and I Liked It being printed at the London Book Fair:  here it is!  Hoorah! Best wishes Eric

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“Mission Statement”: the most important posting yet/ever?

Fresh from helping Lilou with I Lost My Job and I Liked It, I feel inspired by her to make a public declaration – a statement of values and intent – which you might call “a mission statement”. This isn’t, … Continue reading

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Major setback, but life goes on!

update February 2013. Disruptive was updated and republished as Please Believe Me in February 2013! [UPDATE August 2009.  I shall be publishing the book myself, under the title Disruptive, on 30 November.  Please visit the Synchrony Books website for further information.] Angela … Continue reading

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The French connection, pesto, post, and post-pronoia post positivity

Pronoia and positivity work!  Since this post great things have happened, especially today! 1) I received a cheque in the post (for some transcription work). 2) I received a positive email from a potential commissioner, pleased with the sample work … Continue reading

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The case of the hyphen and other crimes of omission and commission

Many lament the effective demise of the apostrophe, misused to the point of uselessness. (Here’s a wee poem I penned on the subject many years ago. Note that it might have better to have referred to possessive adjectives rather than … Continue reading

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