Thursday, December 29, 2011


Title:  Queen of Common Cents
Author:  Michelle Snow
Publisher:  Cedar Fort, Inc
Available:  Now
Source:  Publisher

Genre:  Non-fiction
Page Count:  136
Rating:  G

About the Book:
Whether in the kitchen, laundry room, bathroom, out in the garden, or on vacation, bestselling author Michelle Snow will help you save time, money, and resources with her everyday tips and facts that work for everyone . . . even you! This is a must-have book for every person who wants to make life a little easier and their pocket book a little fatter!

My Take:
It may be a small book but it packs a mighty wallop!  There is a little bit of something for everyone.  From how to save in the kitchen using your freezer to how to make awesome presents for little money it's all in there.  While there were some tips that I'll probably never use, there is still quite a bit that I have already put into place.  Very easily read in bite size chunks that doesn't take too much time.  It's also pretty easy to navigate, it's all set up in different catagories, from cleaning to transportation to..well you get the idea.   Some tips are quite easy to practice and some may take some time to ease into to, but like my grandma always said, "A penny saved is a penny earned," and this book will definitely help you save those pennies for more important things like...ummm...well..BOOKS!  

Recommendation:  Buy it and put it to use today!  Ready to read more reviews about this book?  Visit Cedar Fort to see the rest of the Blog Tour Calendar.

About the Author:

Michelle has published 3 books and over 25 articles (in peer reviewed professional and scientific journals) and has presented her public health research at national and international conferences.
Michelle and her family reside in Utah. They are kept company by their dog, Lady Isabella of Bromfield, four pet chickens, Hog Mama, Gertie, Argee, and Puffy Cheeks, and two cats, Senorita Peachalina Gato and Archimedes.

You can visit Michelle at:
Michelle Scott Website
Michelle Scott Blog
Book Poster Page


  1. This sounds like an interesting book. Great review! Hugs and Happy New Year!!! :O)