This is a wee bit more than I expected when I hit the publish button on the last day of September, 2010. According to memory, I would have been disappointed if it had only sold 30 copies (given the work that went into it), whereas 100 would have been good enough.

Since 2500 was a bit of a mile stone for me, the list price has been lowered to $14.95. We’ll see what the distributors do with that.

You can read about what I have to say about the book and by clicking on one of the following numbers or letters 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O, you can read the reviews of others. (D and M are my two favorite reviews.)

Amazon makes it possible to read the first chapter for free, which admittedly does not really include any strategies for saving tons of money—for that you’d have to go to chapter 6. To read the first chapter, you have to click on the button in the right sidebar under “Kindle Edition” which says something like “read the first chapter” in tiny print. You don’t need a kindle gadget to do this, but you may have to download their free app.

Alternatively, you can get the book from the library or if your local library doesn’t have it, attempt to get it from them.

There’s also the 50+ long waiting list to join at paperbackswap.