The Real Woman of Beverly Hills Writes About Sweet Savings And Inspiration to Help Others

Beverly Hills, CA (PressExposure) February 14, 2012 -- The # 1 resolution mentioned at the New York Times Square New Years' eve celebration was people want to "save money" in 2012, so... you're in for a sweet treat this Valentine's week, because cost savings and inspiration are in Christine Redlin's debut eBook entitled "Life On A Shoestring .. In Beverly Hills?" (a Feel And Think Better Book). This handbook will bring help and humor to many individuals that are stressed and having tough times. There is something that everyone young and old can take away from this clever and insightful book. Christine will give her book for free, as a gift to many mother's and children in non-profit domestic violence shelters re-building their lives for better tomorrows and to military men and women coming home after serving our country in the war, to help them feel and think better as they settle back in slowly to society.

Christine engages the reader about her life as a single woman, living in the five-star world renowned city of Beverly Hills, while pursuing her goals and dreams in the entertainment industry living on a shoestring spending plan, and implementing ways to stretch the dollar.

Christine reminds the reader that to endure this shoestring mindset, one must have a realistic, yet optimistic, never give up attitude with a shield of strength and confidence!

Book Foreword By Louise Fletcher Academy Award winner, Best Actress 1975 for "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest." Partial excerpt:"The Christine I've known for 18 years comes across on the following pages big time. What has always impressed me about Christine is her enormous commitment to her life, her family, her responsibilities and whatever project catches her fancy ... And now she has turned her attention to sharing with you all these pearly bits of wisdom from her own struggle. All I can say is, you are in for a treat. "

"I enjoy helping people to feel and think better each day by using humor and empowerment to live life to the fullest. I hope it provides the reader some levity, amidst the stress of a challenged economy. I will give a portion of proceeds from the sales of this book to some non-profit organizations that are dear to my heart." ~ Christine Redlin, Author Life On A Shoestring ... In Beverly Hills?

A few book excerpts:

" ... Introduction: Remember your a b c's ... Always Bring Coupons! and Always Be Creative! And remember your a s s... Always Snack Samples and Always Shop Sales! Families remember your ABB -- Always Buy Bulk! Read a list of Over ... 35 free things to do in Beverly Hills and over 35 free things to do anywhere!

You can do a shoestring work exchange. You can help clean someone's garage, and they can fix your computer, exchange work skills -- an old barter system from the past ...

If you need a sunglass case, you can save money and use a small white padded mailing envelope. I do that now and call it my recession sunglass case!

Deliver "Meals on Wheels" ... There may be a free meal leftover to enjoy, and the most important is, you bring food and joy to seniors with a visit and a smile! You may get lucky and hear a story about their life from the past - a live history lesson for free!

Christine's book is also being distributed to other online bookstores via Smashwords. com and is available on the Amazon Kindle store (see below).

About The Author:

Christine Redlin resides in Beverly Hills, California. Born and raised in and around Chicago, Illinois she is one of five siblings. She enjoys life with her significant other, Mark Castaldo (Film Producer - http://www.destinypictures.biz), who resides in Santa Monica, California. Christine also enjoys her time with her mom, Lorraine Redlin: who is sharp and healthy in her late 80's, living adjacent Beverly Hills. Christine is her mother's primary caregiver. Christine is also an award-winning film and educational television producer, a creative writer/marketer, production executive, actress and voice-over talent who enjoys experiencing all that life has to offer. She gives back by volunteering her time and sharing her experience and talent with many charitable causes. She can start her day outdoors, casually dressed for a hike, and finish the day dressed up, attending the symphony in a dress and heels at night! She likes to use humor and empowerment each day for herself and to help others feel and think better.

Press Release Submitted On: February 14, 2012 at 1:10 am
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