Announcing the successful launch of Christine Ibbotson’s debut book!
Christine Ibbotson has been providing financial advice to clients for over 20 years and is a licensed financial advisor, residential and commercial mortgage broker, life insurance agent and finance coach.
Christine reveals the secrets, tricks, and techniques of how everyday working-class people can change their financial future to retire debt free and wealthy.
This Sunao publication hit the market at #20 on Amazon, with no promotion whatsoever, making it an instant bestseller! To order, click here. Official release and launch will take place in the spring of 2019, along with an ebook version.
Author/Publisher, Robert J. Morrow is currently in the final pre-publication stages of his latest thriller: The Security.
Emma Benetton has just been kidnapped.
William Travis Benetton has no intention of paying the ransom.
Natalie Grainger is Benetton’s lover, and he’s afraid they’ll come after her next.
Drew Canton is charged with protecting Natalie.
But Drew isn’t who he seems to be.
But then neither is William, Emma, or the kidnappers.
Natalie travels to the Caribbean and finds herself embroiled in a planned kidnapping scheme that doesn’ seem to be going as planned.
You see, it seems everyone was in on the plan… except the security.
And the security is Natalie.
Coming soon. To pre-order, go to Contacts and put “The Security” in the subject line. We’ll send you a copy on release date FREE!
On Sept 27th, the Hamilton Children’s Aid Society will be holding their Childrens Wellness Conference from 9am to 4:30pm. This community event takes place at the ATrium in Burlington, 5420 North Service Rd. You can meet Stephen Gregory Brown, author of “Mindfulness of a Fly on the Wall” and get an autographed copy of the book. Partial proceeds go to the Childrens Aid Society.
“Children in today’s society are faced with a multitude of issues, both physical and mental,” says Brown. “I am hoping some of my experiences–outlined in the book–and the personal growth that grew from the experiences will help young people in their struggles.”
Children’s Aid Society of Hamilton is a leading advocate of safe family upbringings and educating the public as to the cause and signs of abuse toward children. Join the society–and Stephen–this Sat, Sept 29th and pick up your copy of “Mindfulness of a Fly on the Wall”
Publisher/Author, Robert J. Morrow had the privilege of joining his good friends Debbie Kerr and Renato Montaha, forming Team Southern Comfort, for an episode of surprise cooking on Chef Nicholas’s Bringing Hamilton and the World to You! cable show. Being the creator of Chef Artichoke Hart in New York Fried didn’t seem to help during the taping but thanks to his team mates, they created a pretty impressive dish in just 40 minutes. The show airs this fall. Details to follow.
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Some people are lifelong learners and love the process of going from not knowing anything about a particular subject to being proficient — even an expert. That makes sense. We all want to be the best we can be. But along the way, we have to learn a lot of little things, and that takes time and commitment.
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