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Michael MacMahon - Back to the Black: How to Become Debt-free and Stay There

Thursday 9th July 2015 6pm - 7:45pm Bristol, Foyles, 6 Quakers Friars, Cabot Circus, Bristol, BS1 3BU Literary Event, Free Event

Join local author Michael MacMahon for the launch of his new book Back to the Black: How to Become Debt-Free and Stay There.

 

This fascinating book, based on the author’s own recovery from debt, serves as a helpful guide for the ever-increasing number of people facing debt and monetary problems. Michael uses his own experience of coaching and debt counselling to propose a structured approach to the problem, reducing the inevitable stress of the situation and therefore making it much easier to get ‘back to black’.

 

Michael will discuss the origins of the book, as well as giving a short, informative reading. He will also be signing copies of Back to Black after the event.

This event is free but booking is recommended - email bristolevents@foyles.co.uk to reserve your place(s).

 

 

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