Welcome to Greyhart Press

Dear visitor,

I welcome you to our site where you will find details about our professional-quality eBooks. We specialize in speculative fiction: science fiction, fantasy, horror, and other settings away from the banality of everyday modern life.

We always offer a selection of eBooks for free. See our free e-books page for details.

The Meandering Mayhem of Thogron Throatbiter Read about barbarian hordes rampaging across the galaxy over your latte. (For a fraction of the cost of that Danish pastry and without the calories).

FearworldLook nervously at the sky as you read about the invasion from a hell dimension while you wait for your bus.

The MIll If you want a book you can read through in one go, try our novelettes and novellas. For example, The Mill is a story of the siren call from a man’s dead wife. In paperback this novelette would be about 65 pages, so you could read this in bed one night (keep the light on, though!).

Last Man Through the GateNovellas are a little longer than novelettes but still shorter than a full novel. Last Man Through the Gate is a science fiction novella about time travel, isolation, and revelation. In paperback this would be about 90 pages. It crams a lot into a book you could read in one evening.

While we are big advocates for shorter-length stories, sometimes only a full-length novel will do. Have you ever wondered what the result would be if Hammer Horror employed Dan Brown to write a script and a novel of a new space opera horror featuring space vampires? Well, to be honest, you probably haven’t. But if we’ve got you thinking now, wonder no further because Paul Melhuish has already written a possible answer in his full-length novel, Terminus.


Browse through our list of science fiction, horror, and fantasy stories, or find Greyhart Press on amazon.com, amazon.co.uk , Barnes & Noble, Apple iTunes, Sony Readerstore, Kobo, Diesel e-books, or Smashwords (we’re coming soon to Android app stores too). We support Kindles and all the major eReader devices.

Look at our help section if you have any queries.

Read our Real Story Manifesto to read about our philosophy. If you agree with us (or even if you don’t) why not leave a comment? We’d love to hear from you.

Thanks for calling by,

Tim C. Taylor – Publisher

About Tim C. Taylor

Science fiction publisher and author of the bestselling Human Legion series. I live with my wife and young family in an English village. I am currently writing full time, when I'm not roped into building Lego.
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5 Responses to Welcome to Greyhart Press

  1. Linda Palund says:

    Hi Tim, I am just emerging from the wilderness back into my creative life and have been testing the waters with facebook and twitter and a blog entitled http://fictionvictim.blogspot.com.
    I would really like to use one or two of my story ideas as a “Serial”. I have put several story ideas up on the blog – the latest one kind of a horror/fairy tale I am going to entitle “Girl In Glass” and the other is temporarily titled “Power source”. Help Me!
    Linda Palund, aka Fiction Victim, aka Lindaura Glamoura

    • timctaylor says:

      Hi Linda,
      I took a look at your site. You’ve got some good ideas but, by the looks of it, you aren’t getting enough site traffic to do them justice. My suggestion is to put your writing onto Wattpad. It sounds like a perfect fit to me. On Wattpad, you can put up serials in small chunks and get feedback as you go along. The site is http://www.wattpad.com and they are very friendly there.
      Good luck and let me know how you get on!

  2. Dominick says:

    This design is incredible! You most certainly know how to keep a reader amused.
    Between your wit and your videos, I was almost moved to start my own blog (well, almost.
    ..HaHa!) Excellent job. I really loved what you had to say, and more than that, how you presented it.
    Too cool!

  3. Great info. Lucky me I found your website by chance
    (stumbleupon). I have saved it for later!

  4. rose says:

    I read A LOT. And the problem I have when reading is that I find A LOT of mistakes in some books. It drives me nuts to see so many simple mistakes when reading. Some of the wording is off. I have seen sentences so messed up I have to reread them to understand what is going on. Extra words that are not need. And it is so hard for me not to get frustrated when a word is spelled wrong. Or the author just is incapable of telling a story and I put the book down because they have to talk things that are so boring I lose interest. When I read it needs to interesting and e on topic. Stupid info just drives me nuts. Why do some people need to tell what is not prevalent to the story. I know back info is important. But saying that the person had to take a dump in the middle of a book is unbelievable.

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