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Read an E-Book Week Continues. More Freebies for You Await!

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Folks, as I said yesterday, it’s Read an E-Book Week. And my publisher, Twilight Times Books, is giving away multiple books — but only at its website

Schooled in Magic; Read an eBook Week 2020

As stated above, my publisher, Twilight Times Books, is offering quite a few free e-books during 2020’s Read an E-Book Week — including two of mine (in the first two days of the promotion, no less), plus a few from my friends Chris Nuttall and Loren Jones. Not to mention other TTB authors I’ve worked with, like Ken Lizzi and Christine Amsden…really, you can’t go wrong with any of these e-books.

And best of all, they’re free.

All you have to do is go to this website, and pick what type of file you want. (That’s it!)

Note that they are only available at the Twilight Times Books website’s freebies page, not at Amazon, not at Barnes and Noble; you must go to this link to get your free books. (Now back to our regularly scheduled post, already in progress…)

By the time you read this, AN ELFY ON THE LOOSE probably won’t be available. But CHANGING FACES, my third and most recent novel, will be…and I hope you will go there, download the book, and give it a try.

All I ask, folks, is that you download books you like and want. (I hope mine are among them, of course. But there are so many other good ones there, as I’ve said before.) Then, go review them at Amazon, or at Barnes and Noble, or anywhere you see them listed; say you received a complimentary copy if you like, even.

But do go there, and do download the stuff. And then do read, read, read!

Anyway, the site, again, is at Twilight Times Books. It’s their “freebies” page. And it’s right here, in case you need the link (again).


Written by Barb Caffrey

March 2, 2020 at 5:18 am

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  1. Still doing the catch-up on WP.
    Hope this is going well for you Barb.


    March 3, 2020 at 1:30 pm

    • I think there were more downloads of An Elfy on the Loose this year than last year. Which is good. I hope I’ll get a few reviews out of it, and that at least one will be positive. 😉

      I don’t know yet about Changing Faces. But one can always hope. (I only have two reviews there, so I’ve been hoping I might get another review sooner or later.)

      Also, good luck with your writing. I saw what you said on the earlier post about thinking hard about the third book of your trilogy. I know what you mean about that. You have to be sure of what you’re doing before you can proceed, and I’m like you; I start writing, then I think hard, then I go back to writing, then I think hard. 😉 (I think this is your process, too.)

      Some of my friends, including the incredibly prolific Chris Nuttall, start with an outline. I have tried that but it doesn’t work so well for me writing alone. (Writing with someone else, it can be a Godsend. But I still have stuff show up that I don’t expect in the writing — and often, that’s what readers like best, no matter how much it vexes me at the time.)

      Barb Caffrey

      March 3, 2020 at 6:23 pm

      • That’s good news for Elfy on the Loose, I have read part and was taken in by a definite charm (as in the uk sense of the words- ie something indefinably ‘nice’ (clumsy use sounds better when you say it was hand gestures) and also intriguing)….I really need to get myself organised in my reading; use audio books a great deal but somehow cannot settle to read.

        I start with….err…an opening paragraph and some vague idea as to where it might lead. After that it’s pantsing all the way and relying on the characters to help out, or boss me around.
        Then comes the first re-write and the ‘Seriously? That’s what you think should happen’ interludes ‘Change it—now!’
        This is interspersed with the characters leaning over my shoulder and telling me that part is ‘wrong’ and ‘read the sub-text willya!’ .
        I had an original notion of making it the series a quartet but now a trilogy seems tighter. Thus massive re-write of Vol III. Quite excited (in a british way), it will either work for readers or fall quite flat….But hey…writing is about risks too!


        March 4, 2020 at 4:08 am

      • Yes, it is. And I understand your process. That tends to be how I write, too, complete with characters saying into my ear, “But it’s not like that, Barb! Why did you write it down that way?” 😉

        Barb Caffrey

        March 4, 2020 at 7:11 pm

      • Those characters eh? Always think they know best….trouble is they very often do! 🤔


        March 5, 2020 at 3:42 am

      • 🙂

        Barb Caffrey

        March 5, 2020 at 7:23 pm

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