Chris Budd lives in Somerset with his wife, two children, Luna the west highland terrier, five guitars, and one banjo. He works with businesses who are interested in, or who already are, employee owned. He spends the rest of his time in the cabin in his garden making stuff up.
With fiction this takes the form of physiological thrillers which explore an idea.
The non fiction has an underlying belief that money is to be used to enrich life and is not an end in itself. This means how to use money to make us happier; and how business owners can shape a business to leave a legacy (via employee ownership).
All Chris's writing could be said to be about the search for a sense of purpose. Which provides Chris with his own sense of purpose.