London, United Kingdom, December 29, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Perhaps you’re thinking of going self-employed? Or you have a hobby that you think could make you your first million? Or you don’t want to go back to work at the end of your maternity leave and you harbour a burning desire to run your own business? The Boogles Busy Manager series are short stories, explained so simply that children and adults (new to business or well-seasoned) can understand very clearly the message that each book brings. People often have a glamorised view of business, or no idea what it actually takes. But there are questions at the end of each to make you think about the challenges of running your own enterprise. The first in the series “Bookkeeping Made Simple” describes bookkeeping systems, which, is a pain for many business owners, yet an essential element to business. Keeping track of your finances will mean solvency and (hopefully) profit – critical, in these credit crunch times. Very often, we only see the part where companies are bought for millions, but the bit at the beginning – what has to go in, isn’t told. These books cleverly show what really goes on behind the scenes, as well as to provide plenty of food for thought – without sending you to sleep. Bookkeeping is seen as a dull subject, but these books are a very easy read. Boogles is the lead calculator of a bookkeeping service that operates in Boogie Town (and London, UK). Founder of Boogles Ltd, and author of the series Lisa Newton, 29, said “These books are fictionalised stories based on real life clients we’ve helped at Boogles throughout the 5 years we’ve been in operation. We’re in the conceptual age now, it’s all about pictures, not words - and the easier you make it for people to understand, the more they’ll come to you for help, advice and support in their business.” The books are available for £8.98 from Amazon and downloadable copies for £1.99 from Lulu.com.