It's true. I grew up in a big family. And we were cash-poor. This segued nicely when Greg and I got married because we were poor then too. LOL! But even when times got better, I still handled our finances as if we had nothing to spare.
So it's no surprise that my forays into nonfiction compelled me to write about how we save and grow our money, including all my tips and real life experiences on how to get the most bang for your buck.
The first book, Smart Budgets for Busy People, which I've since updated with a few checklists will be going on KDP's free days sometime soon. But my second and third books: Smart Grocery $hopping and Garage Sale Bible are on sale now for $2.99 USD each.
But wait! You don't think I'd let my loyal friends and readers on a lurch without a freebie, do you? If you're willing to write a review on either of these two books, I will give them to you FREE. Just review it on Amazon, Goodreads, or Library Shelf.
I have to make a confession though. These books have been finished for a while. I was supposed to upload them in February, but I got so busy designing covers for other people that I completely forgot to publish them. It was only when Melissa McClone asked me when they were coming out that I realized my faux pas.
So here they are, two months late. I hope you'll try them. If you'd like to get them free, email me and I'll send you a pdf.
I'll upload them on other sites next week, but for now you can find them on Amazon.
Smart Budget$ for Busy People
Smart Grocery $hopping
Garage Sale Bible
Self-Publisher's Punch List
Each and every one of these is available free to you in exchange for an honest review. Just email me. The books are free for a limited time, so grab them while you can. I really did pack a lot of information in them.
My thanks to Melissa for making me get the lead out. :grin: I needed that kick in the pants.
How do you like my covers? I'm going to let the font kind of tie them together.