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Reading a Book

October 25th, 2006 at 02:20 am

But what's new? I'm a librarian and I'm always reading a book. :-)

The book I'm reading now is Jane Bryant Quinn's Smart and Simple Financial Strategies for Busy People. I have already found some things that I don't agree with 100%, but there are some good tips in here. It seems to be geared more toward those that haven't given a thought to their finances yet. But if I come away with a few good pointers, it will be worth it.

I also have Personal Finance for Dummies in the reading pile.

5 Responses to “Reading a Book”

  1. StressLess Says:

    Hello, fellow librarian. Smile I liked the Quinn book ok; at least she had a very simple explanation of what happens when you pay extra on an adjustable rate mortgage. The latest money-related book I've read was Limbo: blue-collar roots, white-collar dreams by Alfred Lubrano. I found it very interesting, because that's where I come from. I hope you keep posting about books as you read them. I miss Retire@50's book reports!

  2. PRICEPLUS Says:

    Thank you for the heads up on the Quinn book! I'll take a look at it at the library!Smile

  3. LuxLiving Says:

    Hello fellow library ladies! *WAVE*

    ~~LuxLiving Frugalis

    "Real luxury is time and opportunity to read for pleasure." ~Jane Brody

  4. paigu Says:

    Thanks for the book suggestion! I love to read anything!

  5. tinapbeana Says:

    being a librarian used to be my dream job, until i realized i would have to do more than read all day! Big Grin so i switched my dream job to being a book reviewer

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