I picked this book up when it was free several months back, but didn't get around to reading it until this morning. It's 80 pages, but the actual "book" ends on page 45. The last 35 pages is nothing but ads for her other books!
But what about the 45 pages of actual writing? It's generic at best. The author's advice is simple: find a way to bring in an income while staying home. She splits it into two sections: active and passive income. The active income section talks about doing what you want to do and charging people. Her examples include writing jobs (which includes links to her other books), running a video rental company, and fixing computers. There is no information on how to get into these fields or what it takes to work in them (unless you count the single paragraph that talks about you may need some money to purchase these things.)
The passive income section is all about finding a way for money to roll in while you do almost nothing. Her ideas run from writing ebooks (which includes touting her ebooks on how to write ebooks!), renting out rooms and/or purchasing properties to rent out, making music and filming videos.
I felt as I read through the book that it was nothing but an ad for the author with information I have read thousands of other times in blogs, magazines and online articles. Don't spend $4.99 for the ebook and especially don't bother with the $7.99 for the print book!