Pay Back!: What Goes Around Comes Around

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AuthorHouse, Nov 16, 2006 - Humor - 720 pages
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This book is a bit of a thriller about a quite run of the mill kind of guy who managed to get himself involved in things that most people usuall only read about & the more I wrote the more it evolved into just that! More & more people that I'd never met before, friends of friends, borrowed & read the odd chapter I'd written, just for fun & asked for more & told me how much they enjoyed what I'd wrote. It was then that I realised that I had something worth shearing with others & I began to realise that my writing has what it takes to hold people's attention. These people kept asking for more, so I'm giving it to them & I can't remember the last time I've had so much fun remember things that happened to make my life an exciting, busy & fulfilling one. Why don't you take a read & you'll see what I mean!

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About the author (2006)

Hi. I'm Chris. I first got the inspiration to write this book from an American guy that I'd never met before. I was taking him to Guildford to visit his daughter who'd just married into an English family. Her new husband was something big up in the city. As we were in transit we got stuck in a horrendous trafic jam in an underpass along the A3. An oil tanker & had spilled oil all over the road. Well, as you do, we exchanged the odd story & not wanting to be bettered by an American, I told him about my mate Dusty's wedding, which was without doubt the most bisar wedding I'd ever been to & I was the best man & when I'd finished, he fell about laughing, so I told him a few others about Stuff I'd done to help put some very dodgy people away where they belong & I could tell that he was loving it, because he kept asking things like, "& what happened next" & "How did you do that then?". Then he said in a deep southern American accent, "You should write a book about this shit Man. I'm sure it'll sell like three fingers of Burban on a Saturday night back home". In essence, when we got to where the guy wanted to go I asked what he does for a living & he told me his name first, which went straight over my head & then added that he worked for the Washington Post & gave me a £50 tip & was gone! He seemed very sincere & well, in a nutshell in the time between Christmas & the New Year I started writing & couldn't stop myself & well, here we are!

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