I have some exciting news to report. I’ve been spending much more time on my books lately. One week ago, I republished my four books with Kindle Direct Publishing and Smashwords. I worked on the formatting all day for three days to improve the look and readability. I also designed new covers for some.
I also republished my books with CreateSpace as smaller-sized paperbacks with attractive interior and exterior styling. However, the paperbacks are not ready yet. I’ve been making edits to them to make sure they look great, and each edit delays the process by at least a day. Right now I’m waiting to hear back from the CreateSpace staff about the covers, because they did not come out the same as the document I uploaded.
But my ebooks are all set and live at Amazon and Smashwords. In the near future, my books will be available in paperback from Amazon, and at Barnes & Noble (Nook), Apple iBookstore, Sony, and Kobo. Below are pictures of the book covers and links to the books:
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Money Smarts: 107 Tips on How to Save Money by Pamela “Penlady” Jones is a nonfiction book that is full of many helpful tips on how you can save dollars – or even hundreds of dollars – by making minor changes to your lifestyle.
The tips are grouped by categories, so the book is well-organized and easy to use. You can choose the tips that are most relevant to you and apply them to your life. By applying tips from each of the categories, you will be able to save substantial money. Some of the categories of tips are: air travel, bills, budget, car, plus many more.
Each tip is resourceful and clever. I learned lots of ideas on how to pinch my pennies and dollars in ways that will help my finances. Best of all, the tips are easy to apply and you don’t have to make drastic changes to save significant money.
I suggest that everyone read this book, because we can all benefit from saving money. You could use the money you save for important things, like: paying off bills and loans, going on a vacation, saving for retirement, etc. This book will allow you to do those things.
You should pick up this book now. It will teach you how you can save much more than the small cost of the book, so you can’t go wrong. Click here to get your copy.