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Book Discussion for Between Worlds 1: The Move

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April 29, 2020 @ 7:00 pm 7:45 pm

What excited you about Between Worlds 1: The Move? What didn’t you like? What do you want to know about it? I’m holding two book discussions today about the first book in the Between Worlds series. Readers of any age are welcome, and we’ll be meeting through Zoom. I’ll answer any questions about the book, general questions about the series (but please, nothing that could spoil it for readers who have just started the series), and writing.

To RSVP for this book discussion for Between Worlds 1: The Move, please email me, so I can send you Zoom meeting info specific to the book discussion you’d like to join. This will not add you to any promotional email lists; it’s just to increase security with these Zoom meetings.

I’ve limited the number of spots to 12 in each discussion so everyone has time to ask questions. However, 1 spot = 1 Zoom invite. So if you’d like to reserve a spot for you and your child but will be accessing the meeting from the same computer, you just need to reserve one spot.

I’d love to join, but I don’t have money to buy another book right now.

That’s not a problem. Most ebook platforms have the book available for free already, except for Amazon. (Amazon won’t lower the price.) You can also visit my homepage and click on the banner to download your free copy. You do not need to subscribe to my newsletter, but BookFunnel will ask you to confirm your address to help avoid spam requests. To repeat: you do not need to sign up to my newsletter to download your free copy from my website.

I’m afraid I won’t have time to read.

Between Worlds 1: The Move is the shortest book in the series and will take the average adult reader about three hours to read.

I’d love to attend the book discussion for Between Worlds 1: The Move, but neither time suits me.

Please let me know ASAP and I can see about booking additional meetings. I’m happy to talk with my readers.

Both my child and I want to participate. How many spots should I book?

Each book discussion for Between Worlds 1 is limited to 12 spots. However, 1 spot = 1 Zoom invite. If you and a child will be sharing one computer and therefore one Zoom invite, then please book only 1 spot. If you are booking for yourself and someone who does not hang out on FB, feel free to book 2 spots, but please include their email address.And last, if something comes up and you can’t attend, please update your reservation to open the spot for someone else.

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