Fb2 Money Goddess: The Financial Guide For Women ePub
by Paula Hawkins
|Subcategory:||Business and Work|
|Publisher:||Michael Joseph (January 31, 2006)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1607 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1729 kb|
|Digital formats:||rtf lit azw lrf|
The Money Goddess is a fun but also incredibly informative personal finance guide tailored specifically to the needs of women. Clean, undamaged book with no damage to pages and minimal wear to the cover
The Money Goddess is a fun but also incredibly informative personal finance guide tailored specifically to the needs of women. The book features a fictional group of girlfriends who experience all the ups and downs of financial life. Clean, undamaged book with no damage to pages and minimal wear to the cover. Spine still tight, in very good condition. Remember if you are not happy, you are covered by our 100% money back guarantee.
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Slight scratches to cover The Money Goddess: The Complete Financial Makeover. Title : The Money Goddess: The Complete Financial Makeover. LIKE NEW: Appears unread, may have minor superficial markings. Product Category : Books. She has worked in journalism for 10 years, writing for a variety of publications and media on a range of subjects, from money to art and science. Born and brought up in Zimbabwe, Paula moved to London in 1989 and has lived there ever since, apart from brief sojourns in Paris, Brussels and Oxford, where she studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics.
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She wrote The Money Goddess, a financial advice book for women that she seems slightly embarrassed by no. The books didn’t sell especially well, and after a while, Ms. Hawkins began to tire of frothy romantic tropes
She wrote The Money Goddess, a financial advice book for women that she seems slightly embarrassed by now. ( I wouldn’t urge anyone to go out and by it, she said apologetically. Hawkins began to tire of frothy romantic tropes. A low point was an assignment from her publisher to write All I Want for Christmas, a holiday-themed romantic comedy. I’m not romantic, and I don’t like Christmas, she said.
For much of my life, I dismissed personal-finance books. If I needed specific financial advice, there was Google, and I definitely didn’t want to get caught reading a self-improvement book on the subway (don’t even get me started on the cheesy covers). But the following books have made rethink my snobbery. First of all, they’re more thorough and trustworthy than most of the SEO-based advice you can find online. Second, they’re not boring; these books approach personal finance as a long-term project - with voice and humor and clarity. As far as I’m concerned they’re required reading for anyone.
British author Paula Hawkins is the only newcomer to this year's ranking of. .
British author Paula Hawkins is the only newcomer to this year's ranking of highest-paid authors thanks to sales of her 2015 thriller, "The Girl on the Train," which has shifted some 11 million copies globally. The pageturner, about a woman who witnesses a shocking event and becomes entangled in a murder investigation, struck a chord with readers on both sides of the pond-and further proved there's money to be made in books with calculating female characters. The inevitable comparison is Gillian Flynn's "Gone Girl. Now Hawkins is following in Flynn's financial footsteps: She moved nearly a million hardcover copies in our scoring period in the . alone, selling many more abroad.
Hawkins was born and raised in Salisbury, Rhodesia (now Harare, Zimbabwe). She then worked for a number of publications on a freelance basis, and wrote a financial advice book for women, The Money Goddess. Her father was an economics professor and financial journalist. She moved to London in 1989 at the age of 17, and studied fo.her A-Levels at Collingham College, an independent college in Kensington, before going on to study philosophy, politics and economics at Keble College, University of Oxford. Around 2009, Hawkins began to write romantic comedy fiction under the name Amy Silver, writing four novels including Confessions of a Reluctant Recessionista.