One Man's Alaska

Almost 1/2 of 'How I Sold My Business' is now free online

August 1, 2013

Before I moved to Alaska, I owned and then sold a small business. During the process of selling the business -- which took several years -- I kept a small diary.

After I sold the business and moved to Alaska, I decided to pull those old notes out and see if there was a real story there. Sitting in coffee shops and little libraries in Denali, Talkeetna, Palmer, Wasilla, Seward, and other small Alaska towns, I pulled those notes together and began typing. They eventually became the Kindle eBook, How I Sold My Business: A Personal Diary.

Flash-forward to August, 2013, and this past week I made almost one-half of the book freely available online. There are no ads, and no registration required, it’s just free. Here’s a link to the beginning of the story.

My motivation is simple: I think it’s a pretty good book, and I want to share enough of it so you can get a real feel for it, and then decide whether you want to buy the $2.99 Kindle eBook, or not.

Given that background, here’s a link to the first page of How I Sold My Business: A Personal Diary.

All the best,

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