Ten Easy Ways To Get Rich

Ten Easy Ways To Get Rich

So, you want to get rich, and fast? Everyone wants to get rich it seems, so I thought I would put in my two pennies worth of wisdom on the subject. As I am opposed to the schemes that are ‘Snake Oiled’ around the place, my ten ways to get rich do not involve pyramid marketing, Ponzi schemes or stuff in capsules or bottles. So here they are. Ten easy ways to get rich. 1. Do not pay your bills. This is the simplest way to get rich. Just do NOT pay anyone. Watch your bank balance grow at a phenomenal rate with this idea. 2. Rob a bank. So

Sneaky Bastards!

Sneaky Bastards!

Google News are sneaky bastards As many do I suppose, I check Google News once a day or so. It’s not my favourite news source, as I have a long list of news and newspaper sites I check most days, but it covers a lot of territory. However, in the last few days, I have noticed something that is really starting to irk me about Google News. Well, not just irk really. More like annoy me greatly. It is something that proves that Google is purely an advertising company and nothing else and that they are becoming increasingly aggressive. Let me start at the beginning of this nasty little story of

Yesterdays’ Heroes

Mohammed Ali

‘I am the greatest’, was his catch cry and he was right. However, for Ali he was fortunate to have been a star of the sixties and seventies when free to air television was the king maker. I recall our family sitting around our black and white television waiting for the ‘Thriller in Manilla’. Watching local Australian boxing heroes like Lionel Rose and Johnny Famechon become world champions. While not a boxing fan at all, it was symptomatic of the time that television delivered, and made our heroes and heroines. Then along came paid television and while making a lot of money for some, it has reduced boxing in particular

88 Cent Ebooks

88 cent Ebook Store

Ok, I’ll admit it. I am often just a few cards short of a deck and can wander off into ‘pixie land’ with my crazy ideas and off the wall notions of reality. But in recent months I have become underwhelmed by the treatment independent authors are receiving from online publishers and retailers. Many a gripe can be found in my previous posts on this subject, but I really thought it was about time to stop complaining and do something. So, I have. I have decided to act against the tide of the 99 cent model. Why should I be locked in to pricing my books at 99 cents, $2.99