Selling a Family House

by Lana Guzman

Book Cover: The Family Affairs
ISBN: 978-1-990070-84-6

This is the fictional account of a series about a family that deals with large purchases and sales. The family and their buyers / sellers get entangled in a complicated web of complex paperwork, old and new grudges, greed, and plain old stupidity. This account is about greed, clumsiness, ineptness, and ultimately about human resilience.

Publisher: Noble Gray PRESS

Carry was beyond herself. It was the day of reading of her late mother's will, and she learned that her beloved house, where she spent so much time playing, when she was a little child, was left as an inheritance to her younger sister, Bridgette. Carry always hated Bridgette for no particular reason, or better yet, for every particular reason. Summed up all together, all those "particular reasons" equaled a huge intolerance of the very fact that Bridgette existed. Now that Bridgette inherited that house, Carry felt that her patience was a cup spilling over in all directions. She decided to act, and to act fast.

About the Author

I hold a Master of Business Administration degree from HEC Montreal. I also hold a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from The Hague University of Applied Sciences in The Netherlands. I hold a Specialist in Finance degree and a Bachelor degree in Economics from Russian Plekhanov University of Economics in Moscow, Russia. I worked for multinationals and a start-up doing market research and business development. For the past 11 years, I have been doing applied business and academic research in a number of diverse fields. I write, co-write, ghost write full-length professional books, as well as short fiction. I translate from and to English, Spanish, German, Dutch, Russian. I can also work with texts in Portuguese and Afrikaans.