Today marks the start of Read an eBook Week, and this is my fourth year to participate with this group. You can check out their dedicated website at http://www.ebookweek.com – read an eBook Week is March 3rd – March 9th this year (and all month in Canada).
Long-time subscribers will recognize this week as a bonanza of free eBooks from a variety of authors and publishers, particularly the independent authors who may or may not have a presence on Amazon, but also those who don’t have the big marketing machines behind them.
To continue this year’s Read an eBook Week promotion, author Warren Adler (who also wrote War of the Roses) is offering a copy of his novel, Twilight Child, for free – and to further sweeten the deal he is also giving away a free Kindle Fire; I just checked, and this book is regularly $4.99 in the Amazon Kindle store. To receive this book, you can click here or type in http://smarturl.it/9vyn75 into your computer’s web browser. Once you get to this page, click the link in the top right-hand corner for the free Kindle book.
If you need some help transferring the book from your computer to your Kindle, you can click here or type in http://smarturl.it/xfer into your computer’s web browser to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.
Here is the book’s description from the author’s website:
When Charlie and Molly’s son dies, their daughter-in-law remarries and is vaulted into an upper class world of money and privilege. She is now determined to lead a new life and keep her son free from the blue-collar influences of her ex in-laws. Forced to sue for their right to visit their beloved grandson, Charlie and Molly enter a world of courtroom conflict that deeply affects everyone involved, including the trial judge. Each of the players in this remarkable drama must search their souls for the right decision, not for themselves, but in the best interest of the child whom they all deeply cherish. Topical and utterly devastating, this novel, originally a Reader’s Digest book, delves deeply into the heart-rending dilemma of generational conflict.
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