2019 in review

2019 will go down as the year I took decisive action and achieved proper tangible results.

Action started in February when I went to BradCamp, an inspirational camp by Brad Burton. This was a true eye opener. I realised that no matter how good my writing is, it will stay on a shelf and a computer until I do something. I also realised that I had skills in professional speaking that I could use to start a new career that would compliment and support my writing.

In April,I followed BradCamp up with Cards on the Table, a self motivational workshop that made me realise that all the junk I was holding on to was dragging me down. It was time to change and boy has it reaped rewards.

I have also joined the Professional Speaking Association to lean the craft of professional speaking and have been graced with great teachers and leaders to help me on my way. Watch out for me at Speaker Factor in 2020.

The most significant results of this change are my mindset and the publication of my latest young adult fantasy, Jack Janson and the Storm Caller in September.  Now receiving 5 star reviews on Amazon I am delighted with its progress. Storm Caller is the first in a series and more books in the series will be published in 2020.

Here is how you can get your copy,





Remember, if you keep on doing what you have always done, you will get the same results. In order to see and experience change, you must change.

Here’s to a fantastic 2020 full of new and exciting outcomes and, more Jack Janson books.

About purpleandrew

Andrew was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome at 51. A former geologist always had short hair, suited & booted for work. That all changed when the credit crunch hit. Now a speaker and writer, Andrew is focused on writing for teenagers and his new fantasy series starts with Jack Janson and the Storm Caller which is out now and is getting 4 and 5 star reviews on Amazon.
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