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By: Iain Manson

From Crash to Cash, Caravans and Cruises

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In this concise yet profound memoir, I share a true and vivid snapshot of a transformative period in my life, spanning from 1993 to the present. This journey begins with a life-altering car crash, an event that reshaped my existence in unimaginable ways. The book candidly explores my arduous path to recovery, weaving together the pain and the unexpected humour that accompanied me along the way.Delving into four key areas of my experiences, I offer a rich tapestry of insights gained. The narrative doesn’t shy away from the raw and real, exploring various behavioural patterns and challenging situations I encountered, and my efforts to understand and confront them.Encouraged by friends and colleagues who found my stories both intriguing and inspiring, I was motivated to pen this book. My aim has been to encapsulate the essence of these experiences, maintaining a gripping narrative that leaves readers eagerly turning each page, hungry for more.

Iain Manson was born and raised in the Craigentinny area of Edinburgh, and attended the city’s Royal High School. Upon leaving school in the late 60s, he enrolled at Agricultural College, and after a mixture of practical and theoretical studies, he qualified with a diploma in Farm Business Management. After a couple of positions within the industry, Iain opted for a career change that would enable him to progress for better promotion and financial opportunities. So, he took a position in the grocer, confectioner and tobacco trade working for a couple of national wholesalers, specializing on Business Development and Key Account Selling. Iain was having a wonderful career until that moment on 14th January 1993 when his life changed forever.

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  • Jim Thorburn

    If you are feeling like life is throwing you too many obstacles at the moment I recommend you take some time to read Mr Manson's story. An inspiring and sometimes very humorous tale of his road to recovery. A great read!

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