…contains more apropos information than found in a year's worth of Wall Street Journals.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 26, 2009
Frugality is back in style. 'The Frugal Millionaires', a new book from Mentor Press by award winning author Jeff Lehman, has won its second major book award. A prestigious silver medal in the personal finance category was awarded to the book in the recently announced 2009 Axiom Business Book Awards.
The book also recently won a 2008 USA Book News National Best Books Award in the business: investing category. That award was announced last fall. This is Lehman's second award winning book.
'The Frugal Millionaires' chronicles over 800 money related tips from 70 millionaires who anonymously share their ideas about money. One independent book reviewer has noted that 'The Frugal Millionaires' "…contains more apropos information than found in a year's worth of Wall Street Journals." To punctuate the need for a book like this, the day it was launched the stock market took its second largest point drop in history.
"We are honored and humbled that 'The Frugal Millionaires' has now won two awards," said author Jeff Lehman. "The millionaires who contributed to the book have increased their wealth over time and never lost it all. They can be great role models and a source of financial strength and resourcefulness to everyone, especially during these tough economic times. Many people are just now beginning to understand what these frugal millionaires have known about money for years."
The book is available nationally through: Amazon.com, BN.com, Barnes & Noble retail, and locally at Third Place Books (Seattle) and Books Inc. (San Francisco) and Compass Books at the San Francisco Airport (SFO). Distribution partner is Partners/West or contact the publisher at Mentor Press directly.
For more information on the book visit: http://www.TheFrugalMillionaires.com.
A sister project to the book, called 'The Frugal Test' gives potential readers an insight into just how frugal they think they are. Over 3,000 people have taken the multiple-choice test which contains 25 questions and should take less than 10 minutes to complete. It is free and no personal information is collected. The test can be viewed at http://www.TheFrugalTest.com.
Author Jeff Lehman is available for television, radio, and press interviews nationwide to talk about 'The Frugal Millionaires' and other personal finance related topics.