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Richard Newton

Richard Newton is a professional writer and consultant, with an over 30 year track record working across the world. He has written 18 books, on a variety of topics that have been translated into 17 languages and won a few awards on the way. His latest book on being a Freelance Consultant will be published by FT books on 19th April. Books are an integral part of his work, and both reading and writing are passions as well as professions. He lives part time in the UK and part time in Poland, and outside of work he is studying for a Masters in Philosophy and spends as much time as possible in wild and mountainous places. He is always happy to chat about books, writing and anything else interesting!

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