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Running Against The Wind


By Bryce Wastney

Paperback | English

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Running Against The Wind is a self-published autobiography penned by Bryce Wastney, who started out as a boatbuilder and is now widely known as an influential and well travelled NZ singer/songwriter. It’s a heartwarming collection of short stories acquired from real life experiences.

Set in chronological order, it has been written to offer some helpful insights that may help the reader see his or her pathway more clearly and provide a good ol’ belly laugh. It’s for those of you who have wondered, “What the heck am I doing here?”, and is dedicated to all who face challenges head on and engage in the struggle to discover their true calling.

Running Against The Wind is a fun & enjoyable read, mixed with a splash of wisdom. Hearing Bryce’s story will inspire you to more fully live your own.” Dr Darren Morton – University Lecturer

“Bryce has certainly had an eventful life with many direction changes before finding his creative groove & pursuing it with all his heart to great effect. In this account there are many amusing stories, chance encounters, dead ends, amazing mentors, lifelong friends, incredible experiences & spiritual parallels. Bryce tells this all with a bright & breezy narrative & an often hilarious turn of phrase as he describes some of the more ludicrous situations life can throw our way.” Justin Eade – Screenwriter


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148 × 210 mm
Paperback | 152 pages
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Bryce Wastney
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