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It’s Start a New Series Month! 30% Off First Books In A Series!
Untreed Reads is celebrating the spirit of the book series by offering first volumes for 30% off at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and The Untreed Reads Store
Here at Untreed Reads, we understand that passion, and during the month of February we aim to do something about it. All month long we’re offering 30% off the first book in each of our series, making it affordable to try out something new without risking the contents of your checking account.
Although this promotion is also available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble, you’ll find the short story series are actually less expensive buying directly from The Untreed Reads Store. And, we offer the same formats as those retailers and offer other promotions too. So why not buy directly from the publisher and help support independent authors and publishers?
Here’s a list of all of the titles that make up this special promotion. All titles can be found in our special Start a Series section of The Untreed Reads Store.
The Zagzagel Diaries: Forsaken by Bryl R. Tyne
Journey to the Heart of Luna (Space: 1889 & Beyond, #1) by Andy Frankham-Allen
Seeker (The Garden, Book One of Four) by Andy Frankham-Allen
Mind Games (The Disillusionists Trilogy, #1) by Carolyn Crane
Holes in Parallel Dimensions (The Illogical Detective, #1) by Brian Daunt’re
Chasing Can Be Murder by June Whyte
A Mobster’s Recipe for Cupcakes by Beth Mathison
Caught Dead in Philadelphia by Gillian Roberts
Artie and the Long-Legged Woman by Jan Christensen
Bite This! by Wade McMahan
The O’Quinn Fights #1: Basement Brawl by Robert Evans
Clea’s Moon (A John Ray Horn Thriller, #1) by Edward Wright
Stolen (Requiem for Humanity, Book 1) by Catherine Stovall
Roads Through Amelia: The Beast and the Forgotten Tribesman by Joshua Calkins-Treworgy
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