Untreed Reads Winter Sale Includes Christmas, New Year’s Titles

Jay Hartman of Untreed Reads Publishing has announced a 30 percent off Winter Sale from now through New Year’s Day, January 1.  But there are a few catches. One that it’s only for purchases made through Untreed’s own store; the ot9781611874822_SMher that  it’s not for all titles but specifically for those that involve Christmas, Hanukkah, Diwali, New Year’s Eve or Day, or celebrate winter in general.  Nevertheless, that’s still a good deal and, as it happens, one entirely by me, I’M DREAMING OF A . . . , and one in which I have the lead story “Appointment in Time,” YEAR’S END:  14 TALES OF HOLIDAY HORROR, are part of the sale.  So to take advantage, one can click on I’M DREAMING’s picture in the center column or, for YEAR’S END or any of my Untreed Reads titles, press here.

While there, if one wishes, one can also move to the Untreed Reads general store for titles by other authors as well.  And, to quote the announcement directly:  “Don’t forget that when a person buys a title from our store they get ALL formats to download: EPUB, Kindle and PDF (if all formats have been made available).  Gifting is also possible from our site as is sending titles to a Nook or Kindle.”


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