I was trying to convince a friend that he should write a book about his amusing experiences.
He was a builder and would relate the most incredible stories about building on the wrong block, about renovating a bank that collapsed on them, and so on.
“Is it a good idea,” he questioned, “to end every chapter with the reader wondering what happens next?”
“Too right,” I replied in my usual Aussie slang, “in my book every chapter ends with a real cliffhanger.”
“That’s what I thought,” he said smugly.
And that’s what I want you to know too.
Right from the Preface my story ends every chapter leaving you on the endge of your chair.
So if you want a good read, with cliffhangers leaving you unable to put the book down, then my true story is for you.
And unlike a novel you know that these events really happened.
Unbelievable as some of them may seem.
It’s a story of princes and politicians, drama on the high seas, the early days of Australian settlement by the British and the convicts who were sent here against their will and the aborigines they encountered, a hostile New Zealand Maori chief, as well as my own adventures and a mystery that fell into my lap.
“You have discerned an amazing story,” says the Judge of Writer’s Digest’s 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards. “It’s got everything it needs to be a blockbuster.”
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