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From Greyhart Press, wishing you a Happy Christmas and a most excellent New Year.
An ancient evil is surfacing. It’s in Jake’s school, in his house… in his blood. Published by our YA sister imprint, The Repository of Imagination.
This is the first time we’ve used Amazon’s pre-order tool. Buy the book now at the special pre-launch price — sounds good to me.
~ They’re in the shadows. They’re everywhere! ~
Jake thinks he’s just an ordinary schoolboy. Scraping a pass on his tests while doing the least amount of work, attracting admiring glances from girls, hanging with mates, and scoring goals for the soccer team: just ordinary things.
But Jake is far from normal. And his family? His sister is missing, his father changed, and his brother dead… or so Jake thinks; the truth is far more shocking.
When his school friends start to disappear, and with petite Vicky Harris the only person he can trust as his world collapses around him, it’s time for Jake to learn the truth.
The Therions are out there.
And they’re almost ready to reap their human harvest.
‘The Therions’ will grip fans of YA paranormal adventures.
The Kindle edition of The Therions is available to pre-order now for delivery on Monday at a special launch price of 99c/ 77p.
Follow this link for the pre-order page.
To Kill A Spy is an exciting and serious read! I wait for the end of the chapter to put it down for the night but when I get there there’s no way. There are times where you think, “Oh, that could never happen” but you know it could! — just one from dozens of 5* reviews on amazon.com
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For a taster of the novel, follow this link.
They say that the mark of a true writer is to write. That might sound obvious, but plenty of authors don’t. They become sidetracked, dry up, give up, or are just too busy enjoying their royalties (though not many could say that last one). By this yardstick Piers Anthony is as writerly as they get, having authored over 150 books.
He has claimed that one of his greatest achievements has been to publish a book for every letter of the alphabet, from Anthonology to Zombie Lover. That’s a cool achievement, but one thing he has yet to achieve (probably) is to be mentioned in the same breath as Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Eleanor of Aquitaine
The reason I’m coming all Piers Anthony at you is because one of our Greyhart authors (Lola aka LJ Hasbrouck) drew inspiration from his ‘Xanth‘ series when writing her own ‘Lineage of Tellus‘ books. Piers was gracious enough to read the first Tellus book and wrote some very positive comments for the August 2014 (or ‘AwGhost’) newsletter on his website (here). I think Lola was thrilled and so was I (when I was a teenager, his Apprentice Adept series had a big impact on me).
Eleanor of Aquitaine doesn’t feature in Lola’s Tellus books but is one of the principal characters in Elaine Stirling’s literary historical mystery, Daughters of Babylon. We recently launched Elaine’s book at a special promotional price, which expires at the end of this week. So buy this book today!
While unexpectedly finding myself in downtown Toronto last week (practically on Elaine’s doorstep) I snapped this picture of our Ontario offices for the Tellus books. Some stern words were required when I saw the sign writer had missed off one of the ‘l’s!
Our downtown Toronto offices. Not at all connected with a Canadian telecoms corporation (honestly!)