Friday, July 10, 2009

The Penny Pinchers Club Book Giveaway

I received a courtesy copy of The Penny Pinchers Club written by Sarah Strohmeyer. I have to say that I had not heard of Ms. Strohmeyer but that doesn't mean anything since the only books I have read since I adopted my daughter are the Harry Potter books and Twilight.


The main character, Kat Griffiths has never saved a penny in her life and can best be described as a shopaholic raised on South Jersey malls. But when she begins to think that her husband is leaving her, she decides to kick her spending habits, joining the Penny Pinchers Club to save money and prepare for a divorce.


If you are looking for fun beach read, this is for you. It will definitely hold your attention at the same time provide you with money saving tips. Ms. Strohmeyer provides some South Jersey flair to keep you entertained.

www.newyorkcitysinglemom.com will be giving away two books for our readers.


To win, provide one money saving tip in the comments section by Friday, July 17.


For additional entries:

1. Link to this giveaway post on your blog.

2. Follow me on twitter/buffyfan2.

3. Become a follower.



13 comments:

Kim said...

TIP: always always use coupons - it's throwing money away if you don't!!!

Kim said...

follow

Drama queens mum (Kimberly) said...

That book sounds cute. We use Craigslist & freecycle a lot. dramaqueensmum@gmail.com

Drama queens mum (Kimberly) said...

I follow you on Twitter.

Debbie said...

I take the time to search all over the internet before I buy anything. We've saved a ton like this.

marybelle said...

Don't shop without a shopping list & then stick to it. I'm telling you. Just asking for trouble.

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AmandaSue said...

I save money by geting the sunday paper it has great coupons and all the flyers and walmart and some grocery stores do pricematching, so then I take all my flyers to one store and am able to get all the deals and not have to go to alot of stores. And I also stock up on things when there on sale.

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Vera said...

I use FreeCycle.org. It's a group meant for recycling items you longer need that someone else might want, and keeping them out of landfills. I've gotten many kitchen items and books that way - everything is free, you just have to pick it up.

vvperesk@gmail.com

Vera said...

I'm a new follower - vvperesk@gmail.com

tina said...

spend 10 bucks or less on a nice waterbottle and reuse it always take a drink with you! eaglesforjack@gmail.com

Courtney said...

coupons! Seriously! I routinely save $100 or more at the grocery store every other week. It takes a little bit of planning (and a few newspapers!) but it's totally worth it. This sounds like a cool book, thanks!

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Courtney said...

I follow you on twitter (annasmama0702)

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Courtney said...

I follow your blog!

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