Self-Publishing Book Spotlight: No Mo’ Broke by Horace McMillon

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This week we’re proud to feature another of our self-published authors, Horace McMillon and the personal finance advice offered in his newest book, No Mo’ Broke: Seven Keys to Financial Success.

Outskirts Press self-published author Horace McMillon lists the essential concepts for financial success in No Mo’ Broke. Far from dry and dull, the book is approachable, concise and even humorous, with advice for anyone struggling to get a handle on their money — and keep more of it!

No armchair economist, McMillon learned the hard way to achieve financial well being only after he made most every financial mistake possible. He was up to his eyeballs in credit card debt. He had a ton of unpaid student loans. He was loaded up with automobile loans and he was house poor.

In other words, he was pretty much like the rest of us.

Then he made some risky investments in a desperate attempt to get out from under all his debt burdens, and that was all she wrote. His family was finally crushed by the debt and their joy in life and their peace of mind were gone.

The pain of his poor decisions, poor planning and sloppy execution caused him to seek out the wisdom of the Biblical and financial principles he presents in No Mo’ Broke. The seven key steps McMillon presents here have never been more timely. Nearly fifty percent of all Americans are uncertain if they will ever have enough income to retire. Fifty-seven percent of those who have divorced list money troubles as the number one cause.

McMillon discovered that sound financial principles parallel scriptural advice. It is no sin to enjoy the fruits of one’s labor and the Bible encourages people to work hard and live well, while always looking out for and providing for the weak and the vulnerable and always putting God first.

“Give more. Save more. Live more,” writes McMillon. His seven simple steps to financial success show his readers just how easy it can be to do that.


Horace McMillon is a married father of two. He currently serves as pastor of the Open Door Mennonite Church in Jackson, Miss., in a tent making capacity (That is he and his wife, Monique, work full time to provide for their own support). Horace also serves as a District Leader of a major financial services company. Being on the front lines of the current financial crisis, plus having survived a personal financial crisis of his own making, Horace learned both the biblical and practical principles to financial well being found in this book. Horace is a graduate of Oberlin College and of the Chicago Theological Seminary.

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