It’s October…Time For A Halloween Sale!

Pumpkin2_SMHalloween is one of our favorite holidays (in addition to Arbor Day…that whole "Untreed" thing, after all) and what better way to celebrate than offering sales all month long?

Below is a list of all the ways we're celebrating this month. Note that some sales are exclusive to The Untreed Reads Store and some are also at other retailers. Remember that whenever you purchase from The Untreed Reads Store you get PDF, Kindle and EPUB formats for one price. Plus, by not having to pay commission to other retailers, we can pay our authors more in royalties. We appreciate you supporting independent publishing.

Without any further ado, take a look at all the treats (no candy corn, we promise):

Full-Length Horror Novels for $2.99
Click the link to go to this section in The Untreed Reads Store:
(Also on sale at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Apple's iBookstore)

Blood Sacrifice by Rick R. Reed
Dante's Awakening by Devon Marshall
Lady in Flames by Ian Lewis
Obsessed by Rick R. Reed
Orlin Wood by Jeremy K. Tyler
Penance by Rick R. Reed
Running Red by Jack Bates
Stolen by Catherine Stovall
Strange People, Scary People by Tally Harbour
The Kingdom of Fear by Robert De Graauw
The Other World by John Stewart Wynne
Where the Dead Fear to Tread by M. R. Gott
Year's End: 14 Tales of Holiday Horror edited by J. Alan Hartman

Short Stories for $0.50 Each
Exclusively on sale in The Untreed Reads Store:

All of our short stories are just $0.50 each. This applies to all genres, not just horror.

Horror Novellas for $0.99 Each
Exclusively on sale in The Untreed Reads Store. See this section here:

Mr. Elkins and the Zombies of Elbert County by Thom Adorney
Old Order by Jonathan Janz
Pumpkin 2: Carve or Be Carved by Benson Phillip Lott
The Camaro Murders by Ian Lewis
The Clearing of Travis Coble by Jonathan Janz
The Needles Highway by John Stewart Wynne
The Road of Things to Come by Benson Phillip Lott

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