Books from The Coupon Snob

I am pleased to be able to share these books with you as resources on your journey to save money, learn to use coupons and better manage your household!

Available Books:

Five Year Recipe Book – A project five years in the making, the November 2011 public release of the Five Year Recipe Book brings tasty reader-submitted recipes together to offer delicious inspiration in the categories of soup, salads and side dishes as well as main dishes and desserts. These 27 original recipes submitted in 2006 form Charity’s first book. A paid version of the book was available for a short time as an early-bird special on Amazon.com (it still is!), but the Five Year Recipe Book is now being offered to readers for free download in PDF, Kindle, iPad and Nook formats. (Press Release)


100 Ways to Spend Less and Save More – Released on January 1, 2012, this eBook is designed to help people learn to stop spending, and start saving. 100 Ways to Spend Less and Save More offers practical advice and tips not only for those in financial crisis, but also for those who just want to tweak the effort they’re already making. Available exclusively on Amazon. Click here to visit the 100 Ways to Save website. (Press Release)

About the Author:

Charity Mouck is a writer, blogger and avid coupon user. She dispenses advice and education about household management and saving money with coupons on her website: www.CouponSnob.net. Branded as The Coupon Snob, she encourages others to save money, cook at home, plan meals and learn to become better stewards of their resources. Charity resides in Terre Haute, IN with her husband, two kids, and faithful feline companion, Zeke, who makes an appearance in the Five Year Recipe Book.