Tellwell Publishing is partnering with talented entrepreneurs and non-fiction authors to bring you some motivational and insightful reads to level up your business and your life! We have 13 books available completely for FREE from August 26 – September 26!
Featuring two Tellwell business authors and entrepreneurs – Paul Sacco and Jack Lumsden!
We’re introducing something new, folks, and we’re very excited about it! We will now be offering free ebooks on the Tellwell blog and newsletter!
Tellwell authors have partnered with other authors in their genre to offer their books completely for free – for a limited time. This is part of Tellwell’s new marketing service for authors. Here, we are partnering with authors with similar content to leverage each other’s audience and expose each book to new readers, building the author’s email list in the process. If you are interested in participating, get in touch with your publishing or marketing consultant.
Read on to learn more about each book and how you can enter to receive a free copy.
Ben’s Final Checkmate by Laura Sandor
Toronto-based psychotherapist and author, Laura Sandor shares the tragic story of mental illness, murder and suicide which tear apart her unsuspecting family in her new book.
Readers are calling Ben’s Final Checkmate impossible to put down!
Laura has partnered with other talented non-fiction authors who bare it all in their stories. To get your free copy, all you have to do is click here. Bonus, you can download any of the other 11 books from this giveaway, too!
Giveaway ends July 31st. Download your free copies now.
To learn more about the book and connect with Laura Sandor, visit laurasandorauthor.com.
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