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Free Kindle Books: Tiny houses

Home ownership in the U.S. has dropped to its lowest point in 20 years. The burst of the housing bubble and subsequent mass of home foreclosures has forced people to take a serious look at home ownership and rental options.

A tiny home is classified as a dwelling that is no larger than 500 square feet. Living small has become popular enough to warrant a TV series called Tiny Home Nation, which premiered on FYI TV on July 9, 2014. Is this an option for you? The books on today’s list give you a good overview of what it is like to live in a very small home and how you can go about building one.

Free from the Kindle Lending Library

Tiny Houses, A Beginners Guide to Living Small, by J. R. Shepherd. Purchase price is $2.99. This book explores Tiny Houses and the lifestyle that comes along with them. It will give you an idea of whether a Tiny House makes sense for you and your family and helps you transition to the idea of living large in a small space.

The Tiny House Revolution: A Guide to Living Large in Small Spaces, by Michael Holtby. Purchase price is $2.99. In this book you will explore the benefits of small living. Learn nine ways a tiny house can change your life. A must read before you make the plunge into purchasing a tiny home.

Build your Tiny House with Sponsored Products: A 12-Step Action Plan, by Don Plenter and Tracy J. Thomas, $0.99. The authors were able to raise $70,000 in corporate product sponsorships to build their tiny house. This book discusses how companies frequently sponsor projects because it’s good business. Sponsorships are typically part of corporate advertising and marketing strategies. Find out how to cash in by using everyday products.

Trailersteading: Voluntary Simplicity in a Mobile Home, by Anna Hess. Purchase price is $1.99. This book profiles nine mobile home dwellers who used trailers as a stepping-stone toward achieving their dreams. Some spent the cash they saved by renovating their trailer, while others went off-grid. Others took advantage of low-cost housing options to pursue their passions.

Completely Free

Simple Living Made Easy;How to Live Stress Free and Do What You Love, by Jessica Wonderful. The purchase price for the Kindle edition is usually $4.99 but for a short-time only, it is free. In this book you will learn how to de-clutter your home in 15 minutes or less. Find out how to turn your passion into money and why rich people get richer.

Do you live in a tiny home? Do you want to? Leave a comment below to discuss it.

Lynda Altman loves her original Kindle Fire. She uses it daily and is surprised that the battery has lasted so long. A Kindle HDX is on her wish list when the Fire finally gives out. Get notices when this page is updated by clicking on the subscribe link or contact Lynda @fusgeyer on Twitter.

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