Launching a New Book and Looking for Early Readers

Hi Guys and gals,

Hope you are doing well and enjoying Memorial Day weekend (for all my US readers), if not, I hope you are enjoying your weekend regardless.

I’m laying here in bed with my girlfriend, about to watch Pacific Rim Uprising, and I wanted to write it before I forgot.

I will be releasing a new book on Amazon in the next couple of weeks and I’m looking for early reviewers for the book (no not early amazon reviews, and you don’t have to buy it). I’m looking for people who are interested in reading an early copy of It and providing feedback on it to make it better.

If you would like to be on the insider list for early copy of the book please direct message me through the contact form on the site.

Thanks and have a great weekend!


Author: Kristian

At the age of 22 Kristian found myself deep in debt from student loans, credit card spending, a car lease right out of college, and with few prospects and while living in his fathers spare bedroom, he began working diligently to get out of debt. That was 3 years ago, now he writes about how he did it, what tools and strategies he learned to accelerate his growth and get out of debt faster that he ever thought possible. To learn more about how he dug himself out of the $33,555 of debt he was in, while saving over $10,000, and all while doing it earning just above minimum wage check out: To date Kristian has been to over 14 different countries including Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, Belgium, France, Thailand, Philippines, Hong Kong, China, United States, and UAE. When not working on projects he’s passionate about, or helping local businesses with their marketing, you can often find Kristian reading, training Jiu Jitsu, or eating Thai food.

4 thoughts on “Launching a New Book and Looking for Early Readers”

  1. Great, send me a message through the contact form page and I will email you the first draft when it is done.

  2. I would be interested in checking it out

  3. The Book is a how to guide to creating a plan to eliminate debt, achieve finance goals, and do so in a condensed period of time. Rather than waiting the normal 7 years to pay off debt, pay it off in 3 years or less. 101 ideas for starting a business or saving more money and achieving your goals faster.

  4. What is the book going to be about?