Published July 12, 2016 by Hogarth (English edition)
Standalone / Short Story
Growing up, I was always referred to as ‘the worry wart’ of the family. For some reason, even as a child, I have always been keenly aware of money, and what it means in our society.
I have always known the value of a dollar, the weight of gold in experiences, and unlike every other person in the world, Disney World has been the bane of my anxiety attacks for as long as I can remember.
I love working, and I don’t like to rely on anyone else financially. I have never had
So, with that out in the open, you can understand why I was intrigued by the premise of The Invoice, a book that address the financial cost of memories and experiences that may not have a price tag hanging off of them.