Year’s End — New Year’s Anthology Special Sale through January 5

The tales to follow are a bit more psychological in horror than gory, something for which I’ve always had a preference in the stories I read.  What’s particularly exciting for me with this anthology is that not only do I have the opportunity to work with many current Untreed Reads authors, I also became exposed to the works of writers brand new to me.  It’s a chance to ring out the old and ring in the new with familiar faces and new faces alike.  (From introduction, YEAR’S END)

Happy New Year early this season!  Untreed Reads Publishing has announced a special sale for their New Year’s Eve anthology only, YEAR’S END:  14 TALES OF HOLIDAY HORROR, to be in effect through Monday, January 5 2015.  YEAR’S END is available in a variety of electronic formats, for $2.99 instead of its usual $4.99, and can be obtained from a number of supporting vendors.  Just choose your favorite from the list below, click on its name, and then take it from there.  This is a special sneak peek promotion (and you’re on the list because I’m an author in the anthology — see, we have privileges) which will be announced by Untreed Reads in a general emailing some time in the week between Christmas and New Year’s.  However, by using the links below you can qualify for the sale price now!

So to get YEAR’S END for $2.99 (instead of $5.99), just take your pick of the following vendors and press its name:

The Untreed Reads Store



Barnes and Noble



To quote Editor Jay Hartman:  New Year’s Eve isn’t all champagne and confetti.  For some, it’s filled with regrets, the changing of the day dragging them kicking and screaming into a year for which they aren’t prepared.  This year, some people will be screaming, but they may not make it to the New Year at all.

Join 14 horror authors as they reveal the dark side of our end-of-year celebrations.  This anthology of a holiday gone horrifyingly wrong contains stories by James S. Dorr, Richard Godwin, Nicky Peacock, John Stewart Wynne, Steve Shrott, Leah Givens, George Seaton, Kathryn Ohnaka, Jeremy K. Tyler, Betsy Miller, Byron Barton, Steve Bartholomew, Ali Maloney and Foxglove Lee.

Mine in this is the leadoff story, “Appointment in Time,” a tale of what happens when steampunk and tribal magic join (hint: it’s not pretty). And after that there are thirteen more stories, one each for the twelve days of Christmas and more, available now at a this-anthology-only special bargain price.


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