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The Fishy Business Handbook for Mermaids

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Dive into the final book in the Fishy Business franchise and start your own mermaid business.

This book is a companion workbook to "How to be a Mermaid" and will teach new mer-folk how to create business plans and launch their new business.

Building on the great information and structure of the first two books, this final book has updated and new information, new stories a
Paperback, 255 pages
Published June 2016 by Lulu
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Joseph McGarry
Dec 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Full disclosure: I helped Raina edit this book. My name is listed in the book.

This is Raina's third book about being a professional mermaid. This book is more of a workbook than the other two. It is designed to be read in conjunction with the other two, as it references them frequently.

She addresses several issues she avoided in the first two books. One is mermaids who take advantage of you, or act inappropriately. Between the writing of the secondam and third book, she had to fire one of her
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Raina started out in a fabric tail for fun in 2008. Back then she was dealing with a lot of health problems that made normal mobility an issue. Swimming in a mermaid tail gave her the motivation to continue physiotherapy.

In 2009 Raina upgraded to a semi-realistic tail. It was a bit disheartening at first, Raina had some trouble with the artist and the tail had many issues and fell apart quickly.