Aimed at ``countrypreneurs'' and others, this is a useful guide to making a living in a rural setting. The authors, marketing and writing consultants, traded in an urban life style for one in rural Colorado. Starting with suggestions on how to choose a region, they also point out lifestyle differences to consider. The meat of the book is its consideration of employment. The Rosses offer extensive suggestions on researching a new or existing business, buying a franchise, becoming a consultant, job hunting, and telecommuting. They also discuss financing methods and marketing ideas. The book includes addresses for obtaining information. The authors' upbeat style makes the transition from dream to reality seem possible for anyone. Unlike Les and Carol Scher's Finding and Buying Your Place in the Country ( LJ 6/15/92. 3d rev. ed.), they emphasize making a living. However, taken together, these two books should ensure success for anyone planning a personal exodus to the country.-- Cheryl Childress, Roanoke Cty. P.L., Va.