The A-Z of saving money ebook review


saving money ebook

Hi everyone! Today marks the official launch of the A-Z of saving money ebook, written by 12 authors, all established personal finance bloggers, and I was given an early copy to review. Check out the end of this post to win your free copy! You can also purchase the ebook here.


What is the A-Z of saving money ebook?

150 pages of financial tips listed from A (Avoid impulse spending) to Z (Zero excuses). Each chapter covers one area of your financial life that you can easily improve by following the tips suggested by the author.


Who wrote the A-Z of saving money ebook?

A collective of 12 personal finance bloggers, in order of appearance:

Catherine from Plunged in Debt

Andy from Work Save Live

John from Frugal Rules

Tonya from Budget and the Beach

Glen from Monster Piggy Bank

Jacob from I Heart Budgets

Kim from Eyes on the Dollar

Mr CBB from Canadian Budget Binder

Savvy Scot from The Savvy Scot

Mr and Mrs PoP from Planting our Pennies

Jennifer from Broke Ass Mommy

Michelle and Jefferson from See Debt Run


All those people run popular personal finance blogs that I recommend you check out if you would like to know a bit more about them and their journey. Some are getting out of debts, others looking for frugal ways of living, or building wealth towards early retirement.


Why read the A-Z of saving money ebook?

If you are getting started with your personal finances, this is a great book to tackle one area at a time. You can start with A, or the one you are most comfortable with, working through the harder parts as you go.

Because each writer wrote about a topic he or she is comfortable with, you will get the best advice on each, instead of a unique writer trying to cover all areas of personal finance.

Chapters are three to five pages long, so they are easy to read and you can get to work straight away.

Since each topic is different, you do not need to follow the course of the book. From getting a better deal on your mortgage or increasing your repayments to fun frugal date ideas, you can open it when you need, depending on what you want to tackle.

The chapters about investing and mortgages get detailed with charts and graphs, while the ones about babies or parties have heaps of ideas to makes those cheaper.

The ebook closes with an encouragement from each writer that it can be done. Your finances will not improve overnight but if you follow those simple tips you should see a rapid change for the better.


Win your free copy of the A-Z of saving money ebook!

To celebrate the launch of the ebook, the authors are giving away $250 and a free copy, all you have to do is complete the tasks in the widget below, like subscribing to my RSS feed, to earn entries to the giveaway. Good luck!
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  1. Definitely some solid bloggers in this book! I hope I win 😉
    DC @ Young Adult Money recently posted..Does Your Job’s Pay and Compensation align with Performance and Output?My Profile

  2. Thanks for taking part in the giveaway and agreeing to do a review of the book :)
    Glen @ Monster Piggy Bank recently posted..The A-Z of Saving Money Book LaunchMy Profile

  3. Great review of the book Pauline! That’s a great point that you do not need to follow the course of the book with so many chapters you can find what you want and not read it cover to cover to really understand it.
    John S @ Frugal Rules recently posted..Confessions of a Former Fast Food EmployeeMy Profile

  4. Congrats on publishing the book! Im excited to check it out!
    CashRebel recently posted..How To Justify Buying A Brand New Car Every 5 YearsMy Profile

  5. Quality review Pauline. It looks like you and I both enjoyed each section as they were full of great ideas to save money.
    Grayson @ Debt RoundUp recently posted..The A-Z of Saving Money eBook Review + GiveawayMy Profile

  6. always nice to get some new ideas to saving money!
    The Norwegian Girl recently posted..Budget Friendly Cooking – What`s in your pantry?My Profile

  7. Thanks so much for reviewing and being part of the giveaway P!
    Budget and the Beach recently posted..So you want to save money?My Profile

  8. Wow, looks great. Can’t wait!

  9. $14.50 seems kind of pricy for an ebook. I guess that’s what happens when you have to split costs between a dozen authors!
    Edward Antrobus recently posted..Viggle: The App That Pays You to Watch TVMy Profile

  10. Shannon @ The Heavy Purse says:

    Looks like a great book from some of my favorite bloggers. Definitely going to check it out and I’m so excited for the authors. I’m sure it’s packed with great info for everyone.
    Shannon @ The Heavy Purse recently posted..A New Day in Financial LiteracyMy Profile

  11. Thanks for the review and for co-hosting the giveaway!
    Kim@Eyesonthedollar recently posted..The A-Z of Saving Money-Ebook Launch and $250 GiveawayMy Profile

  12. Sounds like a great ebook with some awesome bloggers! :)
    Mackenzie recently posted..I Drink My TeaMy Profile

  13. Thanks so much for helping to promote it Pauline!!!
    Catherine recently posted..The A-Z of Saving Money E-Book Launch and Giveaway!My Profile


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