My Tiny House Book

Dan Price recently sent me a copy of his new ebook titled My Tiny House. It is a fun little ebook and costs about the price of a cup of Starbucks coffee. Here is Dan’s description with a link where you can purchase the book.

After 15 years of living in tiny shelters, itinerant artist Dan Price settled into an 80 square foot underground room with one skylight and one small door. With a few easy clicks you can read his first ever e-book about why he choose to live in such an unusual manner and how he built the small room he calls home. Filled with full color illustrations, this tiny book just might fill your own imagination with enough ideas to start your own tiny house.

Available as an e-book in PDF format. This is not automatically delivered upon payment, but emailed from the hobo himself (in about 24 hours). Thanks for your patience. Click Here to Purchase only $5.00.

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5 Comments My Tiny House Book

  1. Steven

    The original story you ran of him awhile back was one of my favorite Tiny House Blog stories to date. Although extreme for most, the way he lives his life is more than enough to get your living simply juices flowing…

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  2. Deek

    Fan of Dan Price- which I mention in my tiny housing book, I also LOVED his book “Radical Simplicity” which I put on my “Top Ten Tiny House Books EVER” list on relaxshacks.com. Kent, Steven is right, your other article on him way back was great. Keep it up. Dan, glad to see you’re still at it, and would love to meet you/yack/share a beer someday. Keep doin’ your thing- great artwork too. I’m not a pdf fan, call me old fashioned, but this one certainly perks my interest.
    -deek

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    1. Benjamin

      I’m fine with PDF, but I don’t like PayPal. If he could get his book on Amazon or at least use the Amazon payment system, I’d definitely buy it.

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  3. Logan

    I read this new book by Dan and loved it. The artwork is fantastic and the ideas challenge our conventional notions of what you need to be happy. Finding a place to park is a big common problem for many tiny house owners and in the book Dan addresses this issue with a wonderfully simple solution. The book is totally worth more than the price paid. :^)

    Cheers!

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  4. joyce

    Dan is an inspiration. Most of us probably won’t live as quite as simply as he does, but his example inspires me to to pare down and spend time doing what I love.

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