Review: Findependence Day = Financial Independence Day
For some reason — perhaps because I was finalizing the new American edition of the book — I missed this The Canadian Wallet review of the Canadian edition that ran in January of this year. For those who missed it (apart from myself!), here it is.
I was intrigued by the reviewer’s suggestion for several sequels that might focus on single people or other markets. The original and the US edition are of course both oriented to couples embarking on family formation.
Anyone up for a sequel?
Of course, as soon as I completed the original Canadian edition in 2008, I had an idea for a sequel, possibly following the Michaela character (Jamie & Sheena’s daughter) forward as she enters adulthood — somewhat like my own daughter Helen, who has just graduated from university.
If there are any readers out there who think any of these sequel ideas might be promising, leave a comment here or email me at email@example.com.
For now, I have my hands full with MoneySense and the US edition.
Speaking of reviews, over the past week, a handful of 4-star and 5-star reviews have appeared on Amazon.com in conjunction with the new American edition. One of them describes the book as a “bargain: where else can you get a financial plan for under $30?”