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The Book Bazaar / Re: Bargain Books-List all books under 3 bucks here.
« on: October 04, 2015, 03:25:27 pm »


The third book in JD Netto's worldwide bestselling series The Whispers of the Fallen is scheduled for release on October 31st, so we've reduced the price of the first book to just $0.99 through the month of October. The second book, Rebellion, is only $2.99!

About The Whispers of the Fallen:
http://amzn.to/1OdMiTx
Ever since the dawn of days, rumors about the Diary of Lucifer echoed throughout Elysium. Hidden from all human knowledge, the Diary was kept a secret, locked away in the small village of Agalmath.

Isaac and Demetre find themselves in a dangerous journey as they uncover the truth about the Diary and its guardians. However, for Isaac and Demetre, danger lies at every step, hidden in the most unexpected places.

Hunted by the Nephilins and the Fallen Stars, they must find others who will join them in the battle against the coming darkness.

Thus begins The Whispers of the Fallen, a new series of epic fantasy for readers of all ages.

About Rebellion:
http://amzn.to/1jIpbFo
Smoke rises from the ruins of fallen kingdoms. Forgotten secrets have been revealed. In the darkness of the world, Lucifer’s army grows.

The quest of the book-bearers grows even more perilous when Isaac and his companions discover that ancient enemies have risen from the Heart of Elysium, seeking to snatch the Book of Letters from their hands. The Nephilins are now aided by Xavier, one of the Fallen Rulers. Villages have been brought to the ground by armies of Shadows. Creatures from the Abyss now lurk in the mountains and forests, longing to kill whoever crosses their path.

Isaac and his companions must find courage to overcome their fears as they continue their journey throughout Elysium.

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The Book Bazaar / Re: Bargain Books-List all books under 3 bucks here.
« on: October 04, 2015, 03:18:53 pm »


In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we're offering the late Kathi Kamen Goldmark's posthumous novel Her Wild Oats for 40% off through the month of October, which means only $2.99.

Kathi Kamen Goldmark’s first novel, And My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You, earned praise from an assortment of well-known authors including Amy Tan, Maya Angelou, Scott Turow, Judy Collins, Rita Mae Brown, Carl Hiaasen, and Roddy Doyle; and received positive reviews in O, the Oprah Magazine, the Miami Herald, the San Francisco Chronicle, and other publications.

Completed shortly before her untimely death from breast cancer, Goldmark’s Her Wild Oats is a honky-tonk road story about two unlikely pals: A smart young woman, Arizona Rosenblatt, leaves home and her role as assistant to a high-powered Hollywood executive when she discovers her husband is having an affair with a woman from Jews for Jesus; and thirteen-year-old Otis Ray “Wild Oats” Pixlie, boy genius harmonica player. In the end, Otis Ray learns what it means to be an adult, Arizona discovers the life she wants, and they both figure out the true meaning of love and family.


“When you flee your okay marriage and your pretty good job, what do you find? What else but who you are. With humor and tenderness, Kathi Kamen Goldmark has created characters who we would love to have as companions on our own escape.”
--Amy Tan, author of The Valley of Amazement

http://amzn.to/1OdLnTa

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May is a terrific month in that we get to celebrate the contributions of two really important groups of people: mothers and the men and women who have done service for our country. There’s no doubt that both groups make our lives better on many different levels.

Now that Mother’s Day has passed, we’re focusing our eye on titles having to do with the military and military history.

We’ve updated our store so that now you can purchase titles and send them directly to your Kindle or Nook. You can also purchase a title and gift it to someone else.

The short stories listed below are on sale exclusively at The Untreed Reads Store. The full-lengths are also on sale in Apple’s iBookstore, Amazon and Barnes and Noble. However, we hope you’ll choose to buy directly from our store (http://store.untreedreads.com/), as this results in much better royalties for our authors when you do.

Here are the titles that are 40% off through May 31st:

A World Ago: A Navy Man’s Letters Home (1954-1956) by Dorien Grey
Autobiography
$4.99, on sale for $2.99
It’s not often one has the chance to become 20 again…

A World Ago chronicles, through one young man’s journal and vivid letters to his parents, his life, adventures, and experiences at a magical time. It follows him from being a Naval Aviation Cadet to becoming a “regular” sailor aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ticonderoga on an eight-month tour of duty in the politically tense Mediterranean Sea.

Learn to fly a plane, to soar, alone, through a valley of clouds, experience a narrow escape from death on a night training flight, and receive the continent of Europe as a 21st birthday gift. Climb down into the crater of Mt. Vesuvius, visit Paris, Cannes, Athens, Beirut, Valencia, Istanbul and places in-between; wander the streets of Pompeii, have your picture taken on a fallen column on the Acropolis, ride bicycles on the Island of Rhodes, experience daily life aboard an aircraft carrier during the height of the cold war—all in the company and through the eyes of a young will-be-writer coming of age with the help of the United States Navy.

A World Ago is a rare glimpse into the personal and private world of a young man on the verge of experiencing everything the world has to offer—and discovering a lot about himself in the process.

Due to Enemy Action by Stephen Puleo
History
$6.99, on sale for $4.19
Due to Enemy Action tells for the first time a World War II story that spans generations and straddles two centuries, a story that begins with the dramatic Battle of the Atlantic in the 1940s and doesn’t conclude until an emotional Purple Heart ceremony in 2002. Based on previously classified government documents, military records, personal interviews, and letters between crew members and their families, this is the saga of the courageous survival of ordinary sailors when their ship was torpedoed and their shipmates were killed on April 23, 1945, and the memories that haunted them after the U.S. Navy buried the truth at war’s end. It is the story of a small subchaser, the Eagle 56, caught in the crosshairs of a German U-boat, the U-853, whose brazen commander doomed his own crew in a desperate, last-ditch attempt to record final kills before his country’s imminent defeat. And it is the account of how one man, Paul M. Lawton, embarked on an unrelenting quest for the truth and changed naval history.

Author Stephen Puleo draws from extensive personal interviews with all the major players, including the three living survivors (and a fourth who emerged as the book went to press); a senior U.S. naval archivist who worked with German historians after the war to catalog U-boat movements; and the son of the man who commanded America’s sub-tracking “Secret Room” during the war. Due to Enemy Action also describes the final chapter in the Battle of the Atlantic, tracing the epic struggle that began with shocking U-boat attacks against hundreds of defenseless merchant ships off American shores in 1942 and ended with the sinking of the Eagle 56, the last American warship sunk by a German U-boat.

William B. Travis (The Lone Star Legends Series) by Robert E. Hollmann
Young Readers/History
$2.99, on sale for $1.79
William Barrett Travis was the commanding officer of the troops who defended the Alamo in 1836. He is best known for drawing a line in the sand and asking the men to cross the line and fight with him for Texas independence. Now you can hear the story of Colonel Travis told by the other member of that famous moment in Texas history, Trusty, the sword that drew the line in the sand. Join Trusty and Colonel Travis as they come to Texas and become involved in the exciting events leading to the Texas Revolution.

Ride with them to San Antonio as they join the small band of brave men defending a run-down old mission called the Alamo. Stand with them for thirteen days as they defend the Alamo from the attacks of Santa Anna’s army. Fight with them during the final assault when the men of the Alamo passed from history into legend.

This book is part of The Lone Star Legends, a series of historical fiction aimed at younger readers.

The O’Quinn Fights: Basement Brawl by Robert Evans
The O’Quinn Fights: Foul Fight with a Pit Viper by Robert Evans
Military Fiction/MMA Fiction
$.99 each, on sale for $0.59 each

Basement Brawl: In this first outing of a new short story series by Staff Sergeant Robert Evans, Sergeant O’Quinn finds himself battling in an underground mixed martial arts fight in Iraq. Is the fight really just two men battling, or is it a setup for something far more dangerous for the American soldiers involved?

Foul Fight with a Pit Viper: Things go awry from the moment Staff Sergeant Mickey O’Quinn arrives in Qatar. SSG O’Quinn, the brawling mixed martial arts fighter from the 4th Infantry Division, finds himself going from rescuing a frightened young American woman to landing in the middle of the toughest and deadliest underground MMA bout of his life. Will O’Quinn win the fight and the girl? Or has he finally taken on too much?

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The Book Bazaar / 3rd Anniversary 30% Off Sale at Untreed Reads
« on: March 05, 2013, 03:11:32 pm »


How time flies! It seems like just yesterday we were publishing How to Eat Fruit by Anne Brooke, and yet here we are celebrating our three-year anniversary with over 450 titles published by us and another 300 that we distribute for other folks. In this week's newsletter, we're paying homage to the authors who helped us establish Untreed Reads in those early days. Even better, most of these folks have new releases arriving in 2013. We're always glad to hang on to family!
 
If you're new to Untreed Reads, it's a great month to discover us. We're offering 30% off the majority of our titles, first books in any of our series are just $0.99 each and we're even carrying that $0.99 sale over to our anthologies and short story collections.
 
If this is your first month with us, welcome! If you've been with us since the beginning or any time in-between, please know how grateful we are that you've come along with us. We look forward to bringing you great material in the years to come.

Come stock up on reads! This 30% Off Sale is only happening at The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com/) and runs through the end of March.

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The Book Bazaar / Good Cheer Holiday Sale! 30% Off!
« on: December 21, 2012, 02:29:16 pm »


To help you through these last days of the holidays we're running a 30% sale! From now until December 31st all Untreed Reads titles are marked down. Pick up a romance from Barbara Metzger or a mystery from Gillian Roberts. Explore the outer reaches of the imagination with Pat Murphy or the inner workings of the human mind with Kevin McIlvoy.

We've also partnered with some of our publishing partners to offer their titles at 30%. All releases by Barbara Ebel, Nonfiction Good Books Publishing, Esquiline Hill Press, Adam Alexander Haviaras and Master Publishing are included.

Sale runs through December 31st and is only at The Untreed Reads Store. (http://store.untreedreads.com)

Happy Holidays from all of us at Untreed Reads!

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With Halloween rapidly approaching, we here at Untreed Reads thought the best way to celebrate would be to offer 40% off all of our horror novels, novellas and short stories throughout the entire month in The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com/). As an extra treat, we’re also offering the discount on the novels at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Apple’s US iBookstore. And, be sure to check out our Better Together promos, which allow you to get significant discounts (and sometimes freebies) by adding two books to your cart.

No tricks…only treats!

Here’s what’s on sale this month:

HORROR NOVELS: 40% Off (The Untreed Reads Store, Amazon, Apple iBookstore/US only, Barnes and Noble)

Blood Sacrifice by Rick R. Reed
Dante’s Awakening by Devon Marshall
Goodbye Lucifer by John Harold McCoy
Lady in Flames by Ian Lewis
Obsessed by Rick R. Reed
Orlin Wood by Jeremy K. Tyler
Penance by Rick R. Reed
Stolen by Catherine Sullivan
Strange People, Scary People by Tally Harbour
The Kingdom of Fear by Robert De Graauw
Where the Dead Fear to Tread by M.R. Gott

HORROR NOVELLAS: 40% Off (The Untreed Reads Store Only)

Old Order by Jonathan Janz
Pumpkin 2: Carve or Be Carved by Benson Phillip Lott
The Camaro Murders by Ian Lewis
The Road of Things to Come by Benson Phillip Lott

HORROR SHORT STORIES: 40% Off (The Untreed Reads Store Only)

All stories in the Spectres short story line: http://store.untreedreads.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=7_46_55&sort=20a&page=1
All stories in Roads Through Amelia: The Series

BETTER TOGETHER DISCOUNTS FOR OCTOBER (The Untreed Reads Store Only)


Bridget Bufford: Buy Minus One, Get 1,000 Miles Free
Doreen Malek Owens: Buy One, Get One Free
Michael Asher: Buy In Search of the Forty Days Road, Get Skimmin’ Stones by Nicholas P. Murray at 30% off
Ken N. Kamoche: Buy True Warriors, Get The Dream Chasers by Claudette Oduor Free
Abidemi Sanusi: Buy Eyo, Get The Dream Chasers by Claudette Oduor Free
Edward Wright: Buy Clea’s Moon, Get While I Disappear at 40% off
Janet Majerus: Buy The Best Laid Plans, Get Thicker Than Water at 40% off
Kevin McIlvoy: Buy Little Peg, Get Hyssop at 40% off
Sarah Mandell: Buy Celia on the Run, Get Becoming the Butlers by Penny Jackson at 30% off

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The Book Bazaar / September Promotions From Untreed Reads
« on: September 05, 2012, 03:40:21 pm »


Happy September! As everyone starts heading back to school and into fall reading, we thought we’d launch a particularly awesome sale from Untreed Reads. Why is this sale so special? Because not only are these titles on sale at The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com), but we’ve extended this sale to also run at Apple (US store only), Barnes and Noble and Amazon. Keep in mind that when you buy directly from Untreed Reads, you get multiple formats, not just one. And, it means better royalties for our authors!

NATIONAL RECOVERY MONTH
The Drunk Logs by Steven Kuhn: 40% off ($3.00 at Amazon/B&N/Apple)
Minus One by Bridget Bufford: 40% off ($3.00 at Amazon/B&N/Apple)
Turning Point: Miracles in Recovery by Anonymous: $2.99 (regularly $3.65)

BACK TO SCHOOL: HISTORICAL FICTION: 40% Off (At Apple US, Barnes and Noble and Amazon: $3.00 each except where noted)
Black Clouds and Epitaphs by Pete Peterson
Dakota, Or What’s a Heaven For by Brenda K. Marshall
Flowers for Mei-Ling by Lorraine Lachs
Harry’s War by D. Edward Bradley
Leah’s Children by Gloria Goldreich
Leah’s Journey by Gloria Goldreich
Mount by Arlen Blumhagen
The Imaginary Emperor by Steve Bartholomew
The Manchurian Princess by N.E. Luciano
The Year the Lights Came On by Terry Kay
A Little Death by Anne Brooke (40% off, UR site only)
The Early Death of Pinto Bishop by John M. Floyd (40% off, UR site only)
Dancing with Lions by Anne Brooke (40% off, UR site only)
Catch a Killer by the Toe by Pete Peterson (40% off, UR site only)
The Lone Star Legends Series by Robert E. Hollmann (30% off, UR site only)

BACK TO SCHOOL: NONFICTION: 40% Off Titles Higher Than $4.99 at AppleUS/Amazon/B&N, $4.99 titles are $3.00 at AppleUS/Amazon/B&N
“Shakespeare” By Another Name by Mark Anderson
Daydreams and Diaries by Taylor and Tim Black
Endeavor to Persevere by Douglas Henderson, Jr.
Every Good-Bye Ain’t Gone by Itabari Njeri
Rare Birds by Dan Bessie
Reeling Through Hollywood by Dan Bessie
Rules Get Broken by John Herbert
Short Circuits by Dorien Grey
The Barrios of Manta: A Memoir of the Peace Corps by Rhoda Brooks
The Fruit of the Tree by Jacquelynn Luben
The Gob by Liz Dolan (40% off, UR site only)
The 1-2-3 Presentation System by Tor Hansson
A French Picnic by Joy Manning (40% off, UR site only)
Saturday Night by Doug Hill and Jeff Weingrad
Due to Enemy Action by Stephen Puleo
The Unleavened Truth by Darryl A. Forman (40% off, UR site only)
ADD/ADHD: A Guide for Teachers and Parents by Herb Marlow
Behavior Disorders by Herb Marlow
What’s It Take to Make a Man? by R.O. Bloch (40% off, UR site only)
When Your Child is Being Bullied by J.E. DiMarco and M.K. Newman
Against Therapy by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson
Raising the Peaceable Kingdom by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson
Shrink on the Loose by G.L. Zieman, Ph.D.
Starlings in the Park by Jeanne Johnson
The Assault on Truth by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson
Mastering the Thesis Statement by Steve Sharp (40% off, UR site only)
Making Love by Dr. Robert Johansen and Dr. Todd Gaffaney
The Partner-Parent Principle by Oliver Fraser and Melanie Roberts-Fraser
The Genesis One Code by Daniel Friedmann
A Life Worth Living by Odette Pollar
Mystical Experiences by Jack Farrell, Ph.D.
Zor’s Guide to Success and Ultimate Happiness by Bryan A. James (40% off, UR site only)

BETTER TOGETHER PROMOTIONS (UR SITE ONLY. Both titles must be added to the cart in one transaction. Discount taken automatically during checkout.)
Darby Krenshaw: Buy KEAN’S EDGE, Get RULES FOR THE CARE AND FEEDING OF TIFFANY for 30% off.
Eric Arvin: Buy MISS LOCKS, Get SHE’S COME UNDONE for 30% off.
David Perlmutter: Buy VICTORY OVER THE GARDEN, Get MOTOR CITY WOLF for 50% off.
Albert Tucher: Buy THE RETRO LOOK, Get VALUE FOR THE MONEY for 50% off.
Ian Lewis: Buy LADY IN FLAMES, Get THE CAMARO MURDERS for 30% off.
Wade J. McMahan: Buy One, Get One Free on all Richard Dick Mysteries
Beth Mathison: Buy Any YOUNG AT HEART title, Get Any Other YOUNG AT HEART for 25% off.
Lesley A. Diehl: Buy ANGEL SLEUTH, Get MOTHER GETS A LIFT for 30% off.

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The Book Bazaar / 25% Off Sale for Father's Day and Pride Month!
« on: June 04, 2012, 10:25:06 pm »


We're throwing the mother, or rather the father, of all sales this month. From now until June 17th select titles are marked down 25% in honor of Father's Day and through the end of the month we've got fifty books on sale for Pride! Swing by the Untreed Reads store and save.

The following are for Father's Day (http://store.untreedreads.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=340):

His Father's Advice by Don Schecter (will continue as part of LGBT Pride Month)
At the Diner by Neil Plakcy (will continue as part of LGBT Pride Month)
My Father by Andrew Sarewitz (will continue as part of LGBT Pride Month)
Father's Day by Arthur C. Carey
Daydreams and Diaries by Taylor and Tim Black
The Gob by Liz Dolan
A Daughter's Love by Lorraine Sears
Child's Play by Carl Metzger
D.C. al Fine by Jeffery Howe
The Thief by Michael Frissore

The following are to celebrate Pride (http://store.untreedreads.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=341):

4 Stories Down, 4 Stories Up by Sara Elizabeth
Changing Views by Victor J. Banis
Continuum by George Seaton
Just for Christmas by George Seaton
Kipling and Camping by Sophia Deri-Bowen
Neighbors by Victor J. Banis
Number Theory by Noah Bogdonoff
The Princess of the Andes by Victor J. Banis
The Secret of Ingredient by Bryl R. Tyne
The Zagzagel Diaries (all in series) by Bryl R. Tyne
The Creeper by Karen Morrison
Man Falls Down by Eric Arvin
This is the Countdown by Sara Elizabeth
Dante's Awakening by Devon Marshall
Off Flesh by Andy Frankham-Allen
Tell Them Katy Did by Victor J. Banis
The Gift of the Snow by Anne Brooke
Times Change by Andy Frankham-Allen
Song on the Sand by Ruth Sims
A Woman Like the Sea by Anne Brooke
Rhiannon by Neil Plakcy
The Legend of the Mountain Ash by Ruth Sims
Water Dancer by Jenifer Levin
Quicksilver in the Hand by Jamie Freeman
And Jacki, of Course by Amy Gerstin Coombs
Another Fine Christmas by George Seaton
Christmas Baby by Johnny Miles
Clouds by Victor J. Banis
My Will by Catriona Sommers
Night of a Thousand Jeters by Jenifer Levin
Nobody Gets Lucky by Giselle Renarde
Squalling Brats by J.T. Wilson
Chalkers by Michael Bracken
Periphery edited by Lynne Jamneck
Serere by Andy Frankham-Allen
Seeker by Andy Frankham-Allen
New Normal by Jeffery Ricker
The Girl in the Painting by Anne Brooke
The Danger Dance by Caro Soles

All Pride titles are also 25% off at RainbowEbooks.com

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The Book Bazaar / 25% Off All Humor Titles Throughout April!
« on: April 04, 2012, 02:18:17 pm »


In these days of unemployment, stock market rollercoaster rides, plague, vermin and pestilence (not to mention stray asteroids), let’s face it…we all need a good laugh.

Fortunately, April is National Humor Month, and that gives us a good excuse to discount all of our humorous fiction and nonfiction titles and give the world a good chuckle. Through April 30th, head on over to The Untreed Reads Store at http://store.untreedreads.com (heck, save time and click http://store.untreedreads.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=305&sort=20a&page=1 to go right to the humor section) and save 25% off all of the titles in the sale. Most are only $0.74, and if that price doesn’t put a smile on your face we’re pretty sure that grumpy shape you’re doing with your mouth is going to stick that way.

The full-length works that are part of this promotion are also discounted at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. The short stories that are part of this promotion are only on sale at The Untreed Reads Store, as Amazon and Barnes and Noble won’t let us price below $0.99. Then again, you only get one format of your purchase through those guys and you get FIVE formats from us. Paying more for only one format? We find that pretty funny ourselves.

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The Book Bazaar / Re: Untreed Reads
« on: March 14, 2012, 10:53:55 am »
We've actually lowered nearly all of our short story prices to $0.99. It's taking us a while to get them marked down everywhere, but that IS our new everyday pricing for shorts.

Best,
Jay Hartman
Editor-in-Chief
Untreed Reads Publishing

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March is an exciting month for us, as it marks the 2nd anniversary of Untreed Reads. We thought we’d offer LOTS of terrific specials all this month so that our readers could help us celebrate.

READ AN EBOOK WEEK: MARCH 4TH – 10TH

Read An Ebook Week has been a long-standing tradition in the ebook publishing world, and has gotten bigger and bigger every year. Untreed Reads has always participated, even when we were still just a blog! For complete details, visit http://ebookweek.com/ .

We will be doing a free title download each day of the week at http://store.untreedreads.com. Here are the works that will be available for download each day:

March 4th: Postmodern Medicine by Trevor Price

March 5th: How to Eat Fruit by Anne Brooke

March 6th: The Zagzagel Diaries: Forsaken by Bryl R. Tyne

March 7th: Shot to Death: Thirty-One Tales of Murder and Mayhem by Stephen D. Rogers

March 8th: Serere (Prelude to THE GARDEN) by Andy Frankham-Allen

March 9th: The Cow and Other Colorado Tales by George Seaton

March 10th: Never Use a Chicken and Other Stories by Jim Newell

AGATHA NOMINEES: 40% OFF

Titles featuring Agatha nominees are 40% off:

Discount Noir edited by Patricia Abbott and Steve Weddle

Grimm Tales edited by John Kenyon

The Bavarian Krisp Caper by Kaye George

Biscuits, Carats, and Gravy by Barb Goffman

The Killer Wore Cranberry edited by J. Alan Hartman

CELEBRATING OUR FOUNDING AUTHORS: 30% OFF

All titles by Anne Brooke, Bryl R. Tyne and Ruth Sims will be 30% off. Thanks for helping us found Untreed Reads!

SHORT STORIES: BUY 1, GET 1 AT 50% OFF

All titles, all genres. Readers can mix-and-match between genres. nearly 200 to choose from, with more being added all the time! All new releases will automatically be part of this sale.

ST. PATRICK’S DAY: ON SALE FOR $0.99: MARCH 1st THROUGH MARCH 18th (Also at Barnes and Noble, Amazon and OmniLit)

Paddy Whacked by S. Furlong-Bolliger

A Mobster’s Toast to St. Patrick’s Day by Beth Mathison

The Gob by Liz Dolan

CELEBRATING PURIM WITH GREAT JEWISH TITLES: MARCH 7th AND MARCH 8th: 30% OFF

After the Auction by Linda Frank

The Unleavened Truth by Darryl A. Forman

Hanukkah Gelt by T. Lee Harris

Navidad by Elizabeth Zelvin

The Genesis One Code by Daniel Friedmann

NATIONAL PI DAY (Because March 14th is 3.14) / ALBERT EINSTEIN’S BIRTHDAY

Free download of Noah Bogdonoff’s short story Number Theory. One day only.

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The Book Bazaar / Untreed Reads Celebrates Agatha Nominees With 40% Off!
« on: February 17, 2012, 12:01:17 pm »


Untreed Reads is thrilled to announce that several of its authors have been nominated for the 2011 Agatha Awards. Although the titles nominated aren’t published by Untreed Reads, we’re still enormously proud of these folks and are offering 40% off on their Untreed Reads titles through May 1st. The winners are to be announced at the end of April.

Here are the nominees, as well as the links to their sale items in The Untreed Reads Store:

Best Short Story: “Truth and Consequences” by Barb Goffman, Mystery Times Ten (Buddhapuss Ink)

Barb’s comedic mystery Biscuits, Carats, and Gravy is available as a stand-alone short story (http://store.untreedreads.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=68_7_48_53&products_id=66) or as part of the anthology The Killer Wore Cranberry (http://store.untreedreads.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=68_7_48_63&products_id=54). Both are discounted 40%.

Best First Novel: Choke by Kaye George (Mainly Murder Press)

Kaye debuted with Untreed Reads with the sweet crime short The Bavarian Krisp Caper (http://store.untreedreads.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=68_7_48_53&products_id=135), and also appears in the fairy tale crime collection Grimm Tales (http://store.untreedreads.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=68_7_48_63&products_id=286).

Best Children’s/Young Adult: The Black Heart Crypt by Chris Grabenstein (Random House)

Chris is part of the worldwide bestseller Discount Noir (http://store.untreedreads.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=68_7_48_63&products_id=53), a collection of flash crime pieces centered around a fictional big box retailer.

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Everyone loves to discover a new series. You read that first book and fall in love with the characters and settings, and then you wait breathless with anticipation for the next one to come out.

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 and 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, which you can find by clicking http://store.untreedreads.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=284.

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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The Book Bazaar / January Promos From Untreed Reads: Amazon Included!
« on: January 04, 2012, 04:02:10 pm »


It’s January! Time to say goodbye to 2011 and embrace everything that 2012 has to offer. In honor of all things new kicking off, we’re happy to present our first batch of promotions. All of these titles are available through The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com/), but we’ve also made these deals available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. The price you see at those two retailers IS the sale price.

CELEBRATING OUR MISSOURI AUTHORS (30% OFF ALL TITLES)

A Killer of a Deal by Chris Bauer
Ballistic by Trey Dowell
Fresh, Never Frozen by Chris Bauer
Harrigan’s Price by Chris Bauer
Huey Dusk by Whit Howland
Maternal Instincts by Jeffrey Ricker
Merely Players by Blair Dalton
Murder Manhattan Style by Warren Bull
New Normal by Jeffrey Ricker
Rules for the Care and Feeding of Tiffany by Darby Krenshaw
Special Charter by Chris Bauer
Stolen: Requiem for Humanity: Book 1 by Catherine Stovall
Superstition by Sandra Murphy
Supreme Reflections by Joseph Pfeffer

NEW VOICES FROM KENYA
Eyo: African Lolita by Abidemi Sanusi
The Dream Chasers by Claudette Oduor
True Warriors by Ken N. Kamoche

NEW YEAR, NEW YOU (30% OFF ALL TITLES)
A Life Worth Living by Odette Pollar
The Partner-Parent Principle by Oliver Roberts and Melanie Roberts-Fraser
Zors’ Guide to Success and Ultimate Happiness by Bryan A. James

CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING MONTH (30% OFF ALL TITLES)
Daydreams and Diaries by Taylor and Tim Black
Tangled by Kathleen Gerard
The Tower by J.S. Frankel

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The Book Bazaar / 30% OFF ALL DECEMBER HOLIDAY TITLES
« on: December 08, 2011, 12:26:22 pm »


Untreed Reads is helping you celebrate the holidays by discounting titles! Merry murder? We have it! Yuletide family drama? We have it too! Come find ways to survive the holiday spirit and save without having to face the hordes of seasonal shoppers:

http://store.untreedreads.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=238

Every day through December 23rd one random title will be half off through The Untreed Reads Store.

We've also dropped the price on three books that take a sideways look at spirituality:

The Genesis One Code by Daniel Friedmann

Were the heavens and the earth created 6,000 years ago, as the Bible suggests? Or did the universe expand into existence nearly 14 billion years ago from a spontaneous "Big Bang"? Both dates cannot be right - or can they?

Imagine that there were some medieval manuscripts, written eight hundred years ago, that could help us decipher Genesis to pinpoint exactly when the universe began, as identified by our most up-to-date cosmological theories. Further, suppose that these same manuscripts could help us extract from Genesis the timelines for the development of life on Earth, precisely as identified by the latest scientific evidence from the fossil record.

The Genesis One Code offers a careful examination of the relationship between scientific theory and biblical teaching. The book targets the origins debate from a fresh perspective informed by scientific and spiritual research.

This exploration demonstrates an alignment between the dates of key events described in Genesis 1 and 2 with those derived from scientific theory and observation. This alignment provides a compelling perspective deserving of thoughtful consideration.

Doxology by Tim Black

Rhett Butler, the runt of a litter of dachshunds, is born with magical healing powers. Working with his master he begins to heel various infirmities until the AMA learns about him and goes after him for actually healing patients. What was this dog? Why did he have such healing powers? Was he a dyslexic's version of God? Or was Jesus too busy walking around another Holy Land on some other planet and the best Earth could get was Christ's dog? Doxology attempts to answer such theological questions with a dachshund that makes Lassie look like a slow learner.

A whimsical and satiric short work from our Nibs literary line.

An Imperfect Miracle by Thomas L. Peters

Nathan Gray has trouble making friends, his alcoholic father ran out on him, his mother is preoccupied with work and finding a new husband and his dog Chewy has just died. So perhaps it's not surprising that Nate comes to believe that his beloved Chewy has returned from the dead to once again be his best friend. His mother is alarmed, but the therapist predicts that Nate will grow out of his habit of "seeing things" once he comes to grips with his emotional traumas.

But then, on his way to school, Nate stumbles upon what he can only describe as a miracle - a man seemingly healed of a fatal head wound by a smudge on an old, dingy concrete wall. Nate might be on to something that can't be attributed to his imagination, as many in his small industrial Pennsylvania town, quickly ascribe spiritual significance to the smudge, and healing powers too.

Some of the town's leading citizens decide to capitalize on the sudden influx of tourists by turning the smudge into a shrine and charging admission. Not everybody is on board with the notion that the miraculous has somehow intruded into their mundane routine, and Nathan soon finds himself at the center of a raging controversy. An Imperfect Miracle is a moving piece of literary fiction dealing with love, loss and one boy's attempts to find substance and clarity in a chaotic world.

We're also offering 30% titles to celebrate The Festival of Lights:

The Unleavened Truth by Darryl A. Forman

Sit down and have a cup of coffee (and eat something...you're looking a little thin), because oy vey does humorist Darryl A. Forman have something to tell you.

Join Darryl in this rollicking collection of essays covering everything from growing up Jewish to surgery to a secret love for Jon Stewart (ok, not so secret anymore). You'll encounter cruise ship travels gone awry and wry looks at relationships that have cruised. From dads that are rabbis to jobs that have gone bye-bye, Darryl puts her own unique spin on telling-it-like-it-is.

Or, as Darryl would say, laying out her 'notautobiographical' life story as The Unleavened Truth.

After the Auction by Linda Frank

Lily Kovner could not have dreamed that research for a magazine assignment would resurrect a searing memory from her childhood. A fleeting glimpse of a family treasure looted by the Nazis launches "Afikomen" - her quest for justice and restitution spanning three continents. Along the way threats, murder and the revelation of a diabolical secret deal thrust Lily onto an emotional rollercoaster further complicated by the thrill of new romance.

Hanukkah Gelt by T. Lee Harris

All antiquities photographer Josh Katzen wants to do is enjoy his Hanukkah reunion with Roz Eliahu. When the couple becomes involved with a murdered security guard and a stolen amulet, it becomes readily apparent that the Festival of Lights is about to become the most dangerous holiday he's ever had. A holiday short story from our Fingerprints line.

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The Book Bazaar / Night Owl Reviews Gives Ballistic 4 Stars!
« on: October 26, 2011, 02:00:57 pm »
Stesha of Night Owl Reviews loved Trey Dowell's Ballistic, saying:

Ballistic is a snappy short story just chalk full of violence, nasty language and a thrilling chase. The story is sharp, well written, and entertaining. A nice little bite of thrill.

Check out the full review:

http://nightowlsuspense.com//nor/Reviews/Stesha-reviews-Ballistic-by-Trey-Dowell.aspx



About Ballistic:

Danny has a simple job: he makes people pay for their mistakes. Unfortunately, even hitmen screw up too. When an exhausted Danny escorts an unreliable accountant to his final audit in a run-down hotel, he realizes the moneyman isn’t the only one scheduled for termination. And when you need a professional, lightning-quick gunman dead, they don’t just send one man—they send all of them.

Alone, facing multiple killers, he has to move fast and shoot faster. Worse, Danny knows the leader of the team—the legend who trained him—lies somewhere in the depths of the hotel…waiting. A short work of crime fiction from our Fingerprints line.

About Author Trey Dowell:

Trey has won Grand Prize and Honorable Mention honors several times, including WritersWeekly.com’s quarterly short story contest, and in both Writer’s Digest’s Annual Writing Competition and their Popular Fiction Awards.  He is also part of Writers Under The Arch, a critique group attended by several of Untreed Reads’ authors—Chris Bauer, Whit Howland and Jeffrey Ricker.

How to Purchase Ballistic:

Ballistic is $1.50 from The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com) in a variety of formats, including EPUB and Kindle formats. You’ll also find the titles at virtually every ebook retailer around the world including Amazon, B&N, Apple, WHSmith and Waterstone’s.

If the title hasn’t arrived at your favorite retailer, it soon will! It sometimes takes our retailers a few weeks to process new titles.

Untreed Reads ebook titles are also available for sale to public libraries through our distributor Overdrive. If you’d like to see our titles available for electronic checkout at your local library, please let them know.

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The Book Bazaar / New Romance Short From Betsy Miller: EQUILIBRIUM
« on: October 24, 2011, 12:12:00 pm »


About Equilibrium:

Worn out at the end of an ordinary day, Emily stops at a roadside diner, where she meets Jim, a sensitive man who intuitively understands her. Can she move beyond the pain of her broken marriage and rediscover the simple pleasures in life over a bowl of soup?

A short story from our Candlelight romance line.

About Author Betsy Miller:

Betsy Miller writes short stories and nonfiction, and is working on her first novel. Her published short stories include Grandma’s House, and The Piñata Moon. Miller is the author of the nonfiction books The Parents’ Guide to Clubfoot and The Parents’ Guide to Hip Dysplasia. She lives in Cupertino, California, with her husband and their two daughters, where she writes for high-tech companies.

How to Purchase Equilibrium:

Equilibrium is $1.50 from The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com) in a variety of formats, including PDF, EPUB and Kindle formats. You’ll also find the titles at virtually every ebook retailer around the world including Amazon, B&N, Apple, WHSmith and Waterstone’s.

If the title hasn’t arrived at your favorite retailer, it soon will! It sometimes takes our retailers a few weeks to process new titles.

Untreed Reads ebook titles are also available for sale to public libraries through our distributor Overdrive. If you’d like to see our titles available for electronic checkout at your local library, please let them know.

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The Book Bazaar / New Mystery Novella From Earl Staggs: WHERE BILLY DIED
« on: October 24, 2011, 11:32:31 am »


About Where Billy Died:

When Jack, a Philadelphia bounty hunter, goes to Texas to bring back a young bail jumper named Billy, he has no idea he’s being trailed by the chief enforcer for a major mobster. Is it because Jack roughed up the mobster’s brother, or is it because of what Billy did before he skipped town? In trying to stay alive and do his job, Jack also has no idea he’ll get tangled up in a legend of the Old West that turns everything he knows on its ear.

About Author Earl Staggs:

Derringer Award winning author Earl Staggs has seen many of his short stories published in magazines and anthologies. He served as Managing Editor of Futures Mystery Magazine and as President of the Short Mystery Fiction Society. His novel Memory of a Murder earned thirteen five star reviews online at Amazon and B&N. His column “Write Tight” appears in Apollo’s Lyre and he is a contributing member of Make Mine Mystery and Murderous Musings. He also hosts a workshop for the Muse Online Writers Conference and is a frequent speaker at conferences and writers groups. Staggs joined Untreed Reads in 2010 with his hilarious Thanksgiving mystery, The Thanksgiving Cookoff War.

How to Purchase Where Billy Died:

Where Billy Died is $1.99 from The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com) in a variety of formats, including PDF, EPUB and Kindle formats. You’ll also find the titles at virtually every ebook retailer around the world including Amazon, B&N, Apple, WHSmith and Waterstone’s.

If the title hasn’t arrived at your favorite retailer, it soon will! It sometimes takes our retailers a few weeks to process new titles.

Untreed Reads ebook titles are also available for sale to public libraries through our distributor Overdrive. If you’d like to see our titles available for electronic checkout at your local library, please let them know.

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The Book Bazaar / New Ghostly Short From Chris Bauer: HARRIGAN’S PRICE
« on: October 21, 2011, 10:38:03 am »


About Harrigan’s Price:

At the desperate onset of World War II in the South Pacific, an American fighter pilot makes a choice to mend his ways. Servicemen in trouble, a priest who is losing faith…can one man possibly change the outcome of people’s lives? Even from The Great Beyond?

A short work from our Spectres horror/supernatural line.

About Author Chris Bauer:

Chris Bauer started writing mid-life as an unemployed oil company executive. He has published more than two dozen stories. He is currently working on a novel when not disguising real life as short stories. Chris is a long-time member of Writers Under the Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, where he lives in the shadows of Franz Kafka, Rod Serling, and the Gateway Arch. He spends winter in Bay City, California, and summer in Arkham, Massachusetts. Chris first appeared with Untreed Reads with his horror short A Killer of a Deal and followed it up with Special Charter.

How to Purchase Harrigan’s Price:

Harrigan’s Price is $1.50 from The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com) in a variety of formats, including PDF, EPUB and Kindle formats. Through the month of October, all of Bauer’s works are only $0.99 in the Untreed Reads Store. You’ll also find the titles at virtually every ebook retailer around the world including Amazon, B&N, Apple, WHSmith and Waterstone’s.

If the title hasn’t arrived at your favorite retailer, it soon will! It sometimes takes our retailers a few weeks to process new titles.

Untreed Reads ebook titles are also available for sale to public libraries through our distributor Overdrive. If you’d like to see our titles available for electronic checkout at your local library, please let them know.

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The Book Bazaar / New Sci-Fi/Steampunk Short From James S. Dorr: VANITAS
« on: October 21, 2011, 09:59:57 am »


About Vanitas:

When he arrived at the New England town of Vanitas, all that Caleb Rushton wanted was an escape from the life of a seaman. What he found there included murder, a ghost-like apparition, a multi-layered trail of deception, and a need for his carpentry skills to help in the building of a gigantic church organ powered by steam.

A great blend of steampunk and horror from our Orbits sci-fi/fantasy short story line.

About Author James S. Dorr:

James Dorr is a short story writer and poet working primarily in dark fantasy and horror with forays into mystery, science fiction, and various combinations thereof.  He currently has two collections, Strange Mistresses:  Tales of Wonder and Romance and Darker Loves:  Tales of Mystery and Regret, from Dark Regions Press and a book of poetry, Vamps (A Retrospective), from Sam’s Dot Publications. Dorr also has three to four hundred individual appearances in magazines and anthologies in the US, Canada, Britain, France, Australia, Holland (forthcoming), and Brazil ranging from Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine to The Yellow Bat Review.  Dorr has worked as a technical writer and editor, associate editor on a city magazine, a full-time nonfiction freelancer, and a semi-professional Renaissance musician. He has a cat, Wednesday, who’s into mousing and playing with spiders.  For more information see http://jamesdorrwriter.wordpress.com .

How to Purchase Vanitas:

Vanitas is $1.50 from The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com) in a variety of formats, including PDF, EPUB and Kindle formats. You’ll also find the titles at virtually every ebook retailer around the world including Amazon, B&N, Apple, WHSmith and Waterstone’s.

If the title hasn’t arrived at your favorite retailer, it soon will! It sometimes takes our retailers a few weeks to process new titles.

Untreed Reads ebook titles are also available for sale to public libraries through our distributor Overdrive. If you’d like to see our titles available for electronic checkout at your local library, please let them know.

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The Book Bazaar / New Review of Carolyn Crane's DOUBLE CROSS
« on: October 20, 2011, 10:37:55 am »
Double Cross, the second book in Carolyn Crane's The Disillusionists Trilogy, gets a glowing write-up:

The ending took me by surprise and made me rethink a few things. Really looking forward to the finale of this trilogy, Head Rush, and finding out what happens next!

Head over to Alexia's Books and Such for the full write-up:

http://alexia561.blogspot.com/2011/10/book-review-double-cross.html



Untreed Reads is pleased to announce that we've obtained the international publishing rights to Carolyn Crane's first two titles in her bestselling series The Disillusionists Trilogy. The series is available in print and US/Canada ebook distribution from Random House.

About Mind Games (Book 1):

Justine Jones has a secret. A hardcore hypochondriac, she's convinced a blood vessel is about to burst in her brain. Then, out of the blue, a startlingly handsome man named Packard peers into Justine's soul and invites her to join his private crime-fighting team. It's a once-in-a-lifetime deal. With a little of Packard's hands-on training, Justine can weaponize her neurosis, turning it outward on Midcity's worst criminals, and finally get the freedom from fear she's always craved. End of problem.

Or is it? In Midcity, a dashing police chief is fighting a unique breed of outlaw with more than human powers. And while Justine's first missions, including one against a nymphomaniac husband-killer, are thrilling successes, there is more to Packard than meets the eye. Soon, while battling her attraction to two very different men, Justine is plunging deeper into a world of wizardry, eroticism, and cosmic secrets. With Packard's help, Justine has freed herself from her madness-only to discover a reality more frightening than anyone's worst fears.

About Double Cross (Book 2):

Justine Jones lived her life as a fearful hypochondriac until she was lured into the web of a mysterious mastermind named Packard, who gifts her with extraordinary mental powers-dooming her to fight Midcity's shadowy war on paranormal crime in order to find the peace she so desperately craves.

But now serial killers with unheard-of skills are terrorizing the most powerful beings in Midcity, including mastermind Packard and his oldest friend and worst enemy, Midcity's new mayor, who has the ability to bend matter itself to his will.

As the body count grows, Justine faces a crisis of conscience as she tests the limits of her new powers and faces an impossible choice between two flawed but brilliant men-one on a journey of redemption, the other descending into a pit of moral depravity.

How to Purchase Mind Games and Double Cross:

Both titles are available for $4.99 each in The Untreed Reads Store. You'll also find them at Amazon UK, Amazon Germany and virtually all ebook retailers outside of the US and Canada.

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The Book Bazaar / BookWenches Loves BALLISTIC by Trey Dowell
« on: October 18, 2011, 12:06:11 pm »
Bobby of BookWenches took the thrill-ride that is Ballistic, saying:

"This story is essentially one long, nail-biting scene told from the viewpoint of a character who could only be considered an antihero, because he is anything but a typical hero."

Check out her full review:

http://www.bookwenches.com/october11reviews.htm#802211164



About Ballistic:

Danny has a simple job: he makes people pay for their mistakes. Unfortunately, even hitmen screw up too. When an exhausted Danny escorts an unreliable accountant to his final audit in a run-down hotel, he realizes the moneyman isn’t the only one scheduled for termination. And when you need a professional, lightning-quick gunman dead, they don’t just send one man—they send all of them.

Alone, facing multiple killers, he has to move fast and shoot faster. Worse, Danny knows the leader of the team—the legend who trained him—lies somewhere in the depths of the hotel…waiting. A short work of crime fiction from our Fingerprints line.

About Author Trey Dowell:

Trey has won Grand Prize and Honorable Mention honors several times, including WritersWeekly.com’s quarterly short story contest, and in both Writer’s Digest’s Annual Writing Competition and their Popular Fiction Awards.  He is also part of Writers Under The Arch, a critique group attended by several of Untreed Reads’ authors—Chris Bauer, Whit Howland and Jeffrey Ricker.

How to Purchase Ballistic:

Ballistic is $1.50 from The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com) in a variety of formats, including EPUB and Kindle formats. You’ll also find the titles at virtually every ebook retailer around the world including Amazon, B&N, Apple, WHSmith and Waterstone’s.

If the title hasn’t arrived at your favorite retailer, it soon will! It sometimes takes our retailers a few weeks to process new titles.

Untreed Reads ebook titles are also available for sale to public libraries through our distributor Overdrive. If you’d like to see our titles available for electronic checkout at your local library, please let them know.

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The Book Bazaar / Hamburg Sun Interviews Joshua Calkins-Treworgy
« on: October 11, 2011, 11:54:20 am »
Reporter Catherine Colmerauer sat down with Joshua Calkins-Treworgy, mind behind Roads Through Amelia and other feverish flights of fancy, for an interview:

A devotee of the fantasy and horror genres, Calkins-Treworgy is constantly spinning stories involving alternate universes and mythical creatures.

His most recent published work is the short story, “Mr. Big Ugly,” the fourth installment of his horror series, “Roads Through Amelia.”


Take a moment to get to know the man at the Hamburg Sun website.

http://www.thesunnews.net/scene/167-Angola_author_pens_latest_in_horror_series.html



About Roads Through Amelia: Mr. Big Ugly:

Everybody has cherished childhood memories; favorite toys, comfort objects, that blankie that kept you warm in the dark, cold nights. For a lot of us, there was also the joy of the imaginary friends. Sometimes, unfortunately, there were also the monsters under the bed or in the closet. For little Phillip Montrose, the monster in the closet, Mr. Big Ugly, is about to make an appearance like few others have before. A new, disturbing stop along the Roads Through Amelia.

About Author Joshua Calkins-Treworgy:

Joshua is the author of the popular Bob the Zombie novels and The Tamarian Tales series, both available through BooksForABuck.com. In early 2010 Joshua introduced a new series centered around the evil-dominated town of Amelia. To date, the series consists of The Beast and the Forgotten Tribesman, Comedy and Tragedy and Faith in Amelia in addition to the new release.

How to Purchase Roads Through Amelia: Mr. Big Ugly:

Mr. Big Ugly is available for $1.50 from The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com) in a variety of formats, including EPUB and Kindle formats. You’ll also find the titles at virtually every ebook retailer around the world including Amazon, B&N, Apple, WHSmith and Waterstone’s.

If the title hasn’t arrived at your favorite retailer, it soon will! It sometimes takes our retailers a few weeks to process new titles.

Untreed Reads ebook titles are also available for sale to public libraries through our distributor Overdrive. If you’d like to see our titles available for electronic checkout at your local library, please let them know.

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October is both Gay History Month, and also features National Coming Out Day on October 12th. In honor of these celebrations, Untreed Reads is offering 30% off all fiction and nonfiction titles in both The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com) and at RainbowEbooks.com.

With titles for as little as $0.69, this is a great time to stock up on extremely talented authors such as Anne Brooke, Neil Plakcy, Dorien Grey, Sara Elizabeth and many more. Be sure to look throughout all of the Untreed Reads Store for LGBT titles in a wide variety of genres.

Throughout the month, The Untreed Reads Blog will also be featuring guest posts from our authors with their insight and commentary on being and writing about LGBT.

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The Book Bazaar / Early Review in from The Traveler's Steampunk Blog
« on: October 10, 2011, 11:36:29 am »
Andy Frankham-Allen just passed along word that there's a review of the first two volumes of Space: 1889 & Beyond posted over at The Traveler's Steampunk Bog:

The e-book series Space 1889 & Beyond is out and I have already been lucky enough to get a review copy of Journey to the Heart of Luna and Vandals on Venus. Both are relatively quick reads, which is why I am going to review them in one go.

Check out the full review:

http://daily-steampunk.com/steampunk-blog/2011/10/09/space-1889-beyond-double-review/



A brand new series of ebooks based on the world-renowned Role Playing Game, created by Frank Chadwick and headed by best-selling author Andy Frankham-Allen, Space: 1889 & Beyond takes the concepts and ideas that have thrilled steampunk gamers for over two decades into new and unexpected directions.

Season One of Space: 1889 & Beyond consists of five novellas and one full-length novel. Purchasing a Season Pass will save readers $5.00 off purchasing the titles individually. The Season Pass is only available for purchase through the Untreed Reads store until September 30, 2011.

Sign up for the Season Pass here: http://store.untreedreads.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=68_7_49_197&products_id=193

This series follows the exploits of “Professor” Nathanial Stone, scientific genius and unwilling adventurer, and Miss Annabelle Somerset, born adventuress and niece of infamous scientist Doctor Cyrus Grant, as they travel the inner worlds uncovering secret plots and encountering strange creatures. From the unexplored subterranean world of Luna, all the way to the divided sands of Mars, and back again, adventure and wild daring-do is never far away.

The inaugural episode, JOURNEY TO THE HEART OF LUNA, is now available.

The first series of six ebooks is brought to you by some of the best names in the field of steampunk, science fiction and horror:

Andy Frankham-Allen is a Welsh-born author of many short stories and several Doctor Who anthologies. In  early 2011 Hirst Publishing and Untreed Reads published the first novel in his new real-world dark fantasy series, The Garden. In June 2011 he was also Author of the Month with Queer Magazine Online.

K.G. McAbee writes steampunk, fantasy, horror, science fiction, pulp and YA, plus a few more genres from time to time just to keep her hand in. She’s had seventeen books and over ninety-one short stories and novellas published so far, and is coauthor of the new steampunk series The Brass Chronicle.

Mark Michalowski is the author of four BBC Doctor Who novels, a Doctor Who spin-off novel and a BBC Being Human novel, as well as more short stories than he can count (mainly, he says, because he’s never been very good at counting).

L. Joseph Shosty lives in Beaumont, Texas with his wife and son. He is the author of nearly fifty short stories, as well as numerous essays, articles, book reviews and poems. A novel, Sign of the Hanged Man, was serialized on the web, and his story collection, Hoodwinks on a Crumbling Fence, was published in 2000.

Frank Chadwick is the creator of the Space: 1889 universe, with over a hundred published games. He is also well-known in the history and military affairs field, with over two hundred books, articles, and columns. His 1991 Desert Shield Fact Book reached number one on the New York Times bestseller list.

J.T. Wilson is an author, a script consultant and a musician. He is the manager of the band Deathsex Bloodbath and the wrestling zombie Chris Stone, is a traveller in Unspace, and describes himself as a renowned lover and a compulsive liar. He is best known for his far-fetched fiction novel Cemetery Drive.

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