Historical Fiction Books

RG Bud Phelps gathers a lifetime of historical fiction memories and accounting experiences for his delightful set of books.  The tender historical fiction story covering a young boy growing up in the small town of Gibbon during World War II, and the historical fiction ‘life series’ story of his coming-of-age in High School, the Summers in-between and the U.S. Navy tales give you . For readers who love historical fiction or business owners looking for accounting book information and guidance, Bud’s Books is a great place to be.

Historical Fiction books by RG Bud Phelps

“Another friend, Jerry, from Grand Island, Nebraska, also worked at the Quonset Point Distribution Center. Jerry had graduated from Grand Island Senior High in 1950, and like me had joined the Navy in 1951. It’s great to have a friend from my home state here at QP, and especially one that understands us country boys.”

-From Back in the Day, by RG Bud Phelps

“Neither said a word as they quietly waited in darkness, dark as the inside of a coal bucket. Thoughts were racing through their heads while they shivered in the darkness, wondering if the stranger had followed them.”

– From Gibbon’s Secrets, by RG Bud Phelps

“George, I bet Blacky took that pouch with the official letter and the passport, along with that money sack when he escaped from Germany. Then he made up his package like this to protect the contents.”

– From Mill Park Mystery, by RG Bud Phelps

Accounting Books by RG Bud Phelps

“’Cover Your Nut’ is a general term for covering the costs and expenses of your business to make a profit, and something that is often left out in the early planning stages of a business. In order to make money with your business, the first step should be to see at what point in time, and with what revenue, will I cover all of my costs and expenses.”

– From Cover Your Nut, by RG Bud Phelps

“The Chart of Accounts is a listing of all of the accounts (named items) used in recording the company’s historical financial transactions. A good manager can glean a wealth of practical information from a well prepared set of financial statements, utilizing accounts that he/she had input in developing.”

– From The Business Plan and Beyond, by RG Bud Phelps

“The act of planning your ‘Business Plan’ helps you think things through thoroughly, to study and research the facts relative to starting your new business, and to look at all your ideas critically and honestly. The ‘Business Plan’ is not just a document you have been told is necessary to develop, but a study proving to individuals and others that their business is feasible.”

– From The Business Plan and Beyond, by RG Bud Phelps

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