I've really had a lot going on lately. So much that I'm falling behind on blogging about it. Today I'd like to catch you up on one of my most exciting recent projects - the writing and publication of Million Dollar Diva.
Last year, I met bestselling authors Brett Kitchen and Ethan Kap when they asked me to edit a project for them. As we talked, we hit it off pretty well, and they asked if I'd be willing to co-author a book about finances with them. I thought that sounded like fun, so that's what we did, and the end result is Million Dollar Diva.
I didn't want this book to be a dry collection of financial facts. I mean, come on - you know me. Can you imagine me writing something like that? So we took a unique approach - the book is a conversation, and I decided to make it real and explain my own financial situation and how I was going to overcome it. This tack has really made an impact on our readers - check out this awesome article in The Daily Herald, and over on the right-hand sidebar, you'll see a list of our reviews. Everyone has really resonated with the way we laid out our finances and made real, solid changes in our lives. I think what's possibly the most exciting is the blog we set up on the Million Dollar Diva website, where I'm posting updates about our progress. It's all totally real, warts and all.
So yeah, I'm pretty proud of this book. I'm mostly proud of the way the process has changed my life, and how it's helping our readers to expand their horizons and feel hope for their own financial futures.
And I'm also pretty proud - and excited - to make you a special offer. From now until June 15th, if you click here, you can get a copy of the book for free - you just pay $5.95 shipping and handling. You can also check out the totally cute book trailer on the first page, see a video with me and Brett on the Income Amplifier page, take a minute to use the software to analyze your own financial situation - it's an awesome site, and an awesome book, and I highly recommend it. Because I helped write it. But also because it's filled with solid financial advice, humor, and hope.
If you miss the $5.95 book deal, you can order the book directly from Amazon by clicking here.