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Event Spotlight: Book Signings with Three Local Authors

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Book Signing with David Krulac, Kelly Sangree, and Susan Hicks
6/27/15 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Three local authors will be on-site at the Scholar, ready to discuss and sign their latest works on getting organized, saving money, and making it in real estate! Below are the descriptions of each book being showcased.

51ipGJSXHzL._SX258_BO1,204,203,200_David Krulac – How I Started with Nothing and Made 12 Million in Real Estate Part-Time

“The author David Krulac, started as a part time real estate investor with a non-real estate full time job and created a portfolio of hundreds of real estate properties. In each of the 240+ cases in the book there are real numbers showing actual purchase price, sale price and rent if applicable. ”

Kelly Sangree – Hard Core Poor – a book on extreme 51DNONUO9RL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_thrift

“Having trouble making ends meet? Could you use a little more wiggle room in your budget? In this book, I share the tricks and methods I used when I was Hard Core Poor to make my nickels stretch. In this book you’ll find tips on how to save on -food -clothing -transportation -phone service -entertainment -school/college costs -banking And how to do all of it without feeling deprived!”

Susan Hicks – Organized Serenity

“Yes! That was a good idea to pick up this book! You’ve finally decided that clutter will no longer rule your life and you’ve sought help! Time is of the essence. So, take the time and effort to organize your life so that the end result is comfort, peace and serenity. Some people get so busy they become disorganized and lose sight of how to get organized again. For those people, they just need a “jump” start to get them moving and then they are able to maintain the order in their environment. Then, there are those who never were organized, and don’t have a sense of what it means to be organized. They have no point of reference for organization. They just accept clutter as part of their life, as a part of who they are. Well, if you’ve gotten off track, Susan will give you a quick reminders of how to get organized again. If you’ve never been organized, she will show you how to get organized and maintain. The purpose of this book is to help you begin to think about how being organized can make your life more wonderful by living with less stress, more peace, and more time to do the things that you really enjoy doing! You’re on your way to moving your life forward, so open this book and keep reading”