Monthly Archives: December 2011

New Book Launch: The First Last Robot

I am delighted to announce the launch of our first young adult science fiction eBook, a short story by a new author to us, David Fraser. When cousin Vinny calls from Callisto, he offers dropouts Jimmy and Kevin a chance … Continue reading

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Free books! It must be Christmas at Greyhart Press

The wonders of retailer matching means that some of our book have just become free at amazon.com, including several that had previously been free, went up to full price, and are now free again. Some of this is our doing; … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Kristy Tate on ‘Why I Like To Write’

Elizabeth George once said that she writes to stay sane. I do that, too. I also do it to keep everyone around me sane. Writing keeps me from obsessing. Here’s me when I’m not writing: Carol drops by with a … Continue reading

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The world loves Gill Shutt today

Some nice things said online in the past 24 hours about Gill Shutt, author of The Legends of Light. SF Book Reviews reviewed The Legends of Light. The reviewer started off not keen to be reviewing poetry, but Gill’s writing … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Ian Miller gives a scientist’s view of science fiction

Scientist and author, Ian Miller, explains why the science in much science fiction is not weird enough, and how his science fiction became published scientific papers. I have always had an interest in science fiction, but since I am a … Continue reading

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Greyhart Press invites guest posters

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We’re #1 in the Amazon best-seller charts…

… in France! In English-language short stories. Don’t ask me why. I think we were there a little while ago too. Congrats to our author Nigel Edwards anyway :-)

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