I’ve been a book-writing maniac for the past several years. Seriously? I’m not happy unless I’m working on a book.
The Debt Escape Plan
If you have credit card debt, you’ll find easy-to-follow tips in my latest best-selling book, The Debt Escape Plan: How to Free Yourself From Credit Card Balances, Boost Your Credit Score, and Live Debt-Free (Career Press, 2015). The Debt Escape Plan has been featured in hundreds (and hundreds!) of media outlets, including TV, radio, online, and print. The New York Daily News did a two-page feature on me and my book: 5 Tips to Eliminate Credit Card Debt Tips.
Get more details about this book and how it can help you escape from your debt right here. On that page, you’ll also find links to free worksheets to help you work on your budget and organize your payoff strategy.
The Debt Escape Plan: How to Free Yourself From Credit Card Balances, Boost Your Credit Score, and Live Debt-Free won the American Association of Journalists and Authors 2016 Outstanding Book Award in the Self-Help category.
Confessions of a Credit Junkie
In late 2013, I published the #1 Amazon Best Seller, Confessions of a Credit Junkie: Everything You Need to Know to Avoid the Mistakes I Made (Career Press). If you struggle to understand how credit cards work, need help choosing the right type of cards, and find the fine print mind-numbingly dull and about as coherent as dolphin squeak, then Credit Junkie will help you.
I’m proud to say that Confessions of a Credit Junkie won an Outstanding Nonfiction Book Award from the American Society of Journalists and Authors. It was also a Color of Money Book Club pick by Washington Post columnist Michelle Singletary. Get more details about this book right here.
Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits: Four Keys to Unlock Your Business Potential
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Person-to-Person Lending
How Money Works: The Facts Visually Explained
More Coming Soon!
I have a new book in the works right now. It’s too early for details, but stay tuned and you’ll hear about it soon. To keep up with credit news and my occasionally humorous take on life, be sure to follow me on social media!