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Burnt Friday Sale: Escape with a Good Book



Burnt Friday Sale | Radio Waves

H A P P Y  T H A N K S G I V I N G

It was gray all day Tuesday, November 8, and months of mounting anxiety came to a head. When I'm unnerved like that, the only thing that evens me out—that balances the scales—is reading.

In the grand American tradition of marking things at steep discount the day after Thanksgiving, while simultaneously offering the opportunity to disappear inside a good book, NOW thru MONDAY, November 28 you can choose any 3 of our titles for just $29!!!

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 24 November, 2016 Burnt Friday Sale | 0 comments
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