The Simple Dollar Weekly Roundup: Free Kindle Book Edition

If you’d like to read an electronic version of my latest book (and you’re in the United States), you can download it for free for the next few days in Amazon Kindle form. Just visit my book’s Kindle page and download!

You don’t actually have to have a Kindle to read it. There are Kindle clients available for the iPad, the iPhone/iPod Touch, for Android and Blackberry phones, and perhaps most relevant to you, for PCs and Macs.

Download it now, though, because it’s only available for free for a short time.

Why am I giving my book away for free? It gives a lot more people the opportunity to read it. The more people that read it, the more value it has. If you download it now and read it, you might decide that a print version would be a perfect gift for a friend this Christmas or that you’d like a paper version to mark up and dog ear for your own use, too.

Doing One Thing and Doing it Well The value of deep focus is incredible. If you can do one single thing better than the rest, you’ll be known for your quality output. I had fun writing this one. (@ open forum)

Save Money On Lawn Care I particularly liked the “get your kids a pair of work gloves” idea. Our yard doesn’t have many leaves in the fall (thankfully – the wind almost constantly blows them out of our yard and there aren’t many trees available to provide leaves anyway), but there are lots of other things to do. (@ no credit needed)

Dangers of Using a HELOC as Short Term Savings Solution Far too many people write to me suggesting that their HELOC is a great emergency fund. It’s not. (@ good financial cents)

Five Daily Activities to Improve Your Finances Most big changes in life come down to little daily activities and choices. (@ frugal dad)

With Free Television & Low Cost Internet Access, Save $100 A Month This is one of the biggest ways that people can cut costs when they’re in debt elimination mode. (@ the digerati life)

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