Somewhere in between throwing out coupons that come in the mail or with the Sunday newspaper, and the full-time job of extreme couponing to get groceries and paper towels for free, there’s a happy middle. Which is what Couponing for the Beginner: A Guide to Couponing for the Uninitiated is about. Author Jenny Dean has been couponing for more than 10 years, and this book answers the question, “How did you do that?” when her total is $0.00 at checkout. This book covers coupon rules and policies, where to get coupons, how to organize them and how to maximize your savings, and how to get items for free. Dean also looks at refunds, rebates and money-back guarantees. FREE is the operational word. Sister site Living on the Cheap is giving away five free copies of Couponing for the Beginner: A Guide to Couponing for the Uninitiated (a $9.99 value). To enter, just leave a comment describing your favorite coupon score – either the most you’ve ever saved or the best deal you ever got. Deadline to enter is Wednesday, July 25 at 11:59 p.m. EDT. Winners will be randomly drawn and notified by email, so be sure to include a valid email address.