Beginning of a Hero for Free!

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Today is the first day of Beginning of a Hero‘s free download weekend.  From now until the end of Sunday, you can get this new epic fantasy for no cost.  Just click on the picture, download, and Enjoy!

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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62 Responses to Beginning of a Hero for Free!

  1. Reblogged this on Fiction Favorites and commented:
    Don’t normally post twice on the same day but this is a deal that everyone should jump on.

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  2. Hope the event goes well. reblogged this.

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    • Thanks. Heading out in 30 minutes. Had some issues to handle on-line. Apparently, my book has now appeared as a free illegal download on this site called zippyshare. Had to send a request for them to get rid of it.

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  3. Is it possible to get this from Amazon in England?

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  4. tpolen says:

    Reblogged this on teripolen and commented:
    Free Book Download!

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  5. Reblogged this on The parasite guy and commented:
    This ebook is free from today until the end of the weekend. If you’re looking for something to read, then why not give this a shot?

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  6. Reblogged this on When I Became an Author and commented:

    Here’s your chance to get one of the hottest new fantasy books for free!

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  7. I did award your blog with the Liebster Award. If you go to my blog and see my latest posting about the Liebster award, or click on the link to the awards it will tell you all you need to know. Congrats on an awesome blog! And Thanks for always being so supportive of my writing! 🙂

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  8. ioniamartin says:

    Reblogged this on readful things blog and commented:
    Free book! What’s even better? Free really good book!

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  9. Reblogged this on …and then there was Sarah and commented:
    Free ebook from an awesome author, from now until Sunday! Looking for a new fantasy series? Look no further 🙂

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  10. Reblogged it and downloaded it for later 🙂 Drive safe!

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  11. Saunved says:

    Reblogged this on Saunved… and commented:
    Charles Yallowitz’s amazing tale…Beginning of a Hero…and yes, you read it right…FOR FREE on Amazon. You gotta give it a go! 😀

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  12. elliecarstens says:

    Reblogged this on Ellie Carstens and commented:
    FREE! And, it’s flippin’ awesome!

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  13. Too bad this offer isn’t available in my region 😦

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  14. Olivia Stocum says:

    Downloading for my husband…. and myself. 🙂 Any romance in there, Charles?

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    • There’s a kinda, sorta, awkward romance that the main hero doesn’t realize he’s in until it’s too late. 😉

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      • Olivia Stocum says:

        Oh….. Nice!

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      • I don’t really know how to write mushy romance. Though, I think I get a few scenes right in the later books.

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      • Olivia Stocum says:

        It’s not really a guy thing….. I’m sure it will be great.

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      • Maybe I should practice it though. Doesn’t hurt to learn a new style.

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      • Olivia Stocum says:

        True. It doesn’t. You have an interesting POV. Third person present tense omniscient?

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      • Yup. I’m not always aware of the omniscient part. I’ve been writing this way since high school. Thinking about it, one of my goals in writing is to have the reader feel like they’re watching the action happen. I also want the reader to connect and get to know all of the characters, which isn’t easy to do in first person. You can get to know the main character, but the others are always at a distance.

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      • Olivia Stocum says:

        I have that problem with my third person deep. I like it because I feel like I’m in the character’s head, and yet I can use a scene break, then be in another character’s head. Yet, you really only get to know the two main characters. I will at times have a scene through a secondary character’s head, but too much of that can confuse the reader. (Wow, I hope that made sense)

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      • I followed it. I tend to have various subplots for all of my characters, which is why I don’t focus on only one or two. Even a few secondary characters get a time to shine with their own story if it works with everything.

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      • Olivia Stocum says:

        Awesome. I’m VERY character driven myself. The plot is there to change the character, to force them to make choices and to grow into, hopefully, better people. It’s fun talking writing with you!

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      • I love the topic and am always happy to find someone to talk shop with.

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  15. Olivia Stocum says:

    Reblogged this on The Claymore and Surcoat and commented:
    My blogging friend is offering his book for free! Check it out.

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  16. melissajanda says:

    Reblogged this on Melissa Janda – the Buzz on Writing and commented:
    Get the free download now! This offer is only available for a limited time.

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  17. Reblogged this on Black and Write and commented:
    For those of you that enjoy books in the fantasy genre, why not give Legends of Windemete: Beginning Of A Hero a read. As a bonus Charles, a very talented fellow blogger, is offering his book as a free download this weekend.

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  18. Devon Lynn says:

    Reblogged this on Trust Me, I'm a Writer.

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  19. Reblogged this on Year 'Round Thanksgiving Project and commented:
    Free first book in a new series. Check it out

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  20. Reblogged this on helenvalentina and commented:
    Charles is a great WP family member, and a wonderful writer. Don’t miss your chance to get his wonderful work! And spread the word!!

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  22. Reblogged on http://highfantasyaddict.wordpress.com
    Fantastic offer and can’t wait to read it today.

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  24. mrsgillies says:

    Reblogged this on Reading For The Masses and commented:
    I downloaded it and am looking forward to reading it!

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  25. Thanks! Can’t wait to read it.

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  27. I seriously, SERIOUSLY need to start checking my email more often. And replying to people who like/follow my blog when I find those emails. ^^;
    Still, I’d like to thank you for checking out my blog and the info on my (thus far only) published story, even as outdated as the thanks is.

    And Beginning of a Hero sounds interesting. I’ll certainly check it out, even though the free weekend is long since over.

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