I know that I have been hinting occasionally that I am in the process of writing two new eBooks, and that it has been over 18 months since my last publication. Thankfully, I knuckled down for the entire weekend and managed to get one finished!
The Great Kilowatt Challenge is now with my proof reader, the lovely Pam (my mother in law), and should be ready for publication in the next week.
It is a guide with workbooks that will help you reduce your power bills and collect easy money by simple behavioural changes during a four-week challenge. I have personally done the challenge twice and saved 62.2% and 10% respectively of my power bill. All through energy efficiency alone.
Add solar PV to the mix and the savings have been amazing.
The eBook was in a half written state for about six months, and I finally found a free weekend in which to complete it. At over 11,000 words, it is just the right size for this type of guide/workbook.
The cover I created is shown below.
It has felt great to be back in the writer’s seat again, banging on the keyboard hour after hour.
So, stay tuned for the book launch sometime during the week.
I am excited! I know that I had lots of interested readers when I first announced this project a while back, so it should get the message out that saving money on your power bills is easy money!
Phil Richardson says
Looking Fwd to this one Gav
Gavin Webber says
Cheers Phil. This one has been a long time in the making. 😉
Is the workbook only for an Australian audience, or can anyone use it?
Gavin Webber says
The workbook is in the form of an MS Excel spreadsheet. Last time I asked for readers to test it, it worked for people in the US, Canada, UK, and New Zealand. Oh and Australia as well.
It is quite a simple data and calculation sheet that helps track progress during the challenge. I even created a printable version so non Excel users wouldn’t miss out.
Dot Smith says
Can’t wait to get my hands on this. The cost of electricity and how to deal with it is a hot topic in our house right now. We look forward to the guidance you will provide. 🙂
Lynda D says
Ill be sending this book to my hubby’s email address (hint hint).