My new book Secrets to Saving: The Ultimate UK Couponing Guide is only 3 days away from release – but it’s not the only book written by a UK money blogger.
Since I started writing my book, I’ve spoken to a lot of UK bloggers in finance who have released their own titles, as well spending several days reading them to gain inspiration – and there are some great books to get your teeth into.
I have especially learnt, the amount of blood, sweat and tears to writing a book is no joke – so if you wanted to expand your reading library, here are the best UK money blogger books – who all deserve a glass of something fizzy!
If you love a freebie, this book was made for you! Written by Deepak Tailor of Latest Free Stuff and Latest Deals. His book How to Live for Free: The Definitive Guide guides you through how to get things for free in any part of your life, drawing from his own experiences and the stories of others.
Starting a blog can be a very rewarding hobby – and with this book, you can turn that passion into your business. Emma Bradley from Emma and 3 & Lynn James of Mrs Mummypenny walk you through the steps to earning money as a blogger in Blogging Your Way to Riches.
If you’re interested in the world of ‘comping’ entering competitions to win prizes, this book is your bible. Di Coke from Super Lucky has won over £300,000 worth of prizes, and shares her tips of how to win in Super Lucky Secrets.
A witty guide on giving your finances a makeover, even if you aren’t the best with money. Kara Gammell of Your Best Friend’s Guide to Cash, details how she turned her life around – and how you can too in Your Best Friend’s Guide to Cash: 8 Things Every Woman Needs to Know About Money.
How to Complain: The Essential Consumer Guide to Getting Refunds, Redress and Results – Helen Dewdney
As a couponer, complaining when things go wrong is a great way to get your hands on coupons – and this guide helps you take it to the next level. Helen Dewdney of The Complaining Cow walks you through the best methods to getting what you pay for (or getting your money back) when things don’t go as planned in How to Complain: The Essential Consumer Guide to Getting Refunds, Redress and Results.
We all watch quiz shows and scream at the telly when contestants don’t know the answers, but imagine doing the shows for real. Vicky Eves of I Beat Debt shares her unconventional approach of getting out of debt by appearing on TV game shows in Quiz, and the Debt was (Half) Gone: Clearing Debt and Quiz Show Tips All In One.
Making money from your mobile has never been easier. Emma Drew from Emmadrew.info has compiled a list of 50 apps in the UK that you can use to earn £1,000s from your smartphone in 50 iPhone Apps to Earn Cash.
If you already have a blog and want to scale it up, there is a lot to be learned from this guide. Jenna Farmer from The Bloglancer outlines her tips on creating content readers want to share, growing your mailing list, and much more in The Blog Growth Tool Kit.
And of course… there’s little ol’ me! Packed full of tips and funny stories to cut down your supermarket shopping bill, find out how to save £1,000s every year just with a few simple changes in Secret to Saving: The Ultimate UK Couponing Guide.
With these great titles, you should have your reading library stocked for a while – and maybe even discover some new money bloggers to start following.