Book Spotlight/1st Chapter Reveal-Trading Vincent Crow-D.C.J. Wardle | Miki's Hope

Book Spotlight/1st Chapter Reveal-Trading Vincent Crow-D.C.J. Wardle

Friday, July 5, 2013

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About the Book


Vince Crow had heard somewhere that you could trade a piece of useless junk on the internet and within a year of swapping it for better and better things you could get cool stuff. Crow decided that he himself was going to start off as that piece of tat, jump from one job to the next; indeed he would trade one lifestyle for a new one, until he was finally a success. Every three months he would have to trade-up for an entirely new life – new job, new girl, new wheels, new pad, new threads – until he reached the top.

The plan of comparing himself to a used item traded over the internet was of course marginally flawed, as there is a human factor to all of this which he’d over-looked. Besides, success isn’t just about work. It’s about the car, the clothes, the house, and getting the girl, so changing all of that with every new trade upwards is a lot more difficult than swapping an old stereo in the classifieds. Crow quickly learns what the price of success really is. An education he would never have got if he had gone to college.

First Chapter Reveal can be found HERE


This book can be purchased at Amazon

About the Author:


D. C. J. Wardle holds post graduate qualifications in development management as well as community water supply engineering. Over the past twelve years he has worked extensively in developing countries in Africa and Asia, managing emergency and development programmes.

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28 comments :

Maria Long said...

always looking for a motivational book .thanks for sharing.

Fina Jenny said...

these past few book review I don't really have an Idea about the existence of the book.. I am so happy though that these time I have a hard copy of this book HEHE! this book really is a must read..

April @Pixie Dust Savings said...

Sounds like such an amazing book to read- I like the concept. It sounds like it is not your average run of the mill story line.

Sarah-Louise Bailey said...

This sounds looks a good read - not long ago I was reading the story of someone who managed to swap I think it was a paperclip all the way up to a house, pretty impressive stuff :) X

My Journey With Candida said...

Like Sarah, I remember the paper clip story. I wonder what I could start trading.... Hmmmmmmmm need to think about that one.

Victoria said...

Based on what I have read. This sounds like a great book.

HungryLittleGirl said...

That sounds interesting. I have heard stories like that. Definitely worth reading and learning

Pam said...

I will have to check out this Chapter Reveal. Sounds like an interesting story line.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Such an impressive credential of the author.

Savingwith Saveone said...

What an interesting story. I love the idea of being able to trade small things and eventually receive big things, that's something to think about actually. I like it.

becca said...

sounds very interesting

Karen Dawkins said...

Such an unusual concept. I couldn't ditch my friends every three months, though. The car and job, maybe... but the friends. NAH!

I might read this just for its intrigue.

Leigh @ OneandOneEqualsTwinFun said...

I think there is a TV show about this trading up. You need to be skilled to do this.
Leigh

Angela Addington said...

I am intrigued by this book. Need to track it down and check it out. Thanks for reviewing it and introducing it to me.

Melinda Dunne said...

This book sounds very unique. I agree with the human factor trading up could be challenging. It sounds like it does end with a good moral to the story though.

Jennifer Williams said...

I would not want to change my life every three months. Of course I hate big changes! This sounds interesting, I will have to check it out to see how it turns out.

nova hedges said...

Another good book to read, thanks for the insight.

nova hedges said...

I joined and twitter

Alaina Bullock said...

Now this sounds like a great book! What an interesting concept too! Adding to my list of 'must read's!

Mel Cole said...

sounds like a good book on how to be persistent and be successful in life.

Mommy Liz said...

wow! that's pretty interesting. I can't imagine how my life would turn into, if I had to change my lifestyle every 3 months. might be cool to others but...

Liza Barnett

Ashley said...

Never heard of this author. Sounds like an interesting book!

Healy Harpster said...

That sound complicated, kept changing the lifestyle in every 3 months... But, I would like to know the ending of this story.

D.C.J.Wardle said...

Hi Miki. Thanks so much for featuring my book on your site. There have been some great comments about the concept, and it's fantastic to see the enthusiasm from your followers. If anyone is interested to review the ebook on their blog I can be contacted as follows: dcjwardle(at)gmail.com

April M. said...

this book is so original. i never thought anyone have written this concept before. gotta read!

Anonymous said...

Sounds great, will look out for this book.

Marms said...

This is interesting. My husband likes reading too.

BabsProjects said...

This is a very interesting concept. Don't know however, if I could ever follow it.

 
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