Not just for librarians anymore!

And now, for something completely different! If you’re reading this, you probably know that I tend to write stuff. For librarians. Well, now I’ve written something for everyone! So I hope you’ll pardon the brief detour into self-promotion, especially those of you who are public librarians, because… your patrons need this book. ;

So what’s it about?

Point, Click, and Save: Mashup Mom’s guide to saving and making money online addresses the best way to ride out today’s turbulent economic times. It talks about everything from finding and using coupons to their best effect, to playing the grocery and drugstore games, to sorting out legitimate online work-at-home opportunities; it explains how to mash up your money-saving and money-making strategies to find the balance that works for you and your family. The book honors the reality that taking the time in to strategize, coupon, and plan is in itself a job, and the fact that many “stay-at-home moms” also bring in an income through side work. It recognizes that the internet provides our best resource for connecting with each other and finding up-to-date information, coupons, and deals. Lastly, Point, Click, and Save focuses on realistic ways to save and change our spending habits, rather than highlighting exceptional shopping trips staged for tv cameras.

I’m so excited to have the opportunity to share these strategies with others! If you’ve been following the Mashup Mom blog, Point, Click, and Save will be a good wrap-up and reference — and if you’re new, or if there are others you want to get into couponing and saving, it can help you get a good start!

Options, we like options.

Preorder Point, Click, and Save

Check it out! Or… order it for your library so others can check it out.

/end shameless self promotion

One Comment

  1. Stephanie Gerding:

    Congrats, Rachel! Can’t wait to read it!

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