Monthly Archives: July 2012

What’s coming up over the next week…

… it will be a quiet week on the website. While artists, editors, and authors are busy working at bringing you the thrills of the future (to paraphrase 2000AD comic), I shall be relaxing on vacation next week with my … Continue reading

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‘System ahead, Coordinator Terminus.’

We’ll finish off our Terminus slightly-longer-than-a-week with the first glimpse of the deadly Thanaton System. ‘System ahead, Coordinator Terminus.’ Terminus wished Dich would stop calling him that. ‘It’s the Thanatos system.’ Terminus joined the boy at his station. ‘Hey, you … Continue reading

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Terminus gets in trouble again…

Terminus can’t help it, he keeps getting in trouble, and somehow just about stumbling out again. He reminds me of Tucker Jenkins, a character I used to watch many years ago in a BBC show called Grange Hill. He’s persuaded … Continue reading

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Ferryman reviewed at Future Fire

One of the first short stories we published was Ferryman by Nigel Edwards. It’s a disturbing and controversial story, which is told in a distanced way as the main character shields his true self… except at the end where a … Continue reading

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Terminus week: Skyfire!

Terminus doesn’t just have great characters, but memorable settings too. Here’s our first introduction to Terminus’ adopted planet of Skyfire. Wealth was denoted in Alpha Gropolis by how much space citizens had around them. On cramped Level Ten the destitute … Continue reading

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Space opera horror: The Terror of Falling in Love…

In Terminus, author Paul Melhuish introduces us to monstrous beasts, grotesque parodies of nature. The anti-hero of the book’s title has to confront many of these terrifying creatures, but I think the one being who terrifies him most is a human … Continue reading

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Read the first chapter of Badger’s Waddle on our website

Our forthcoming novel, Badger’s Waddle, began as a short story called Lettuce. That story became the first chapter of the novel and you can read it on our website now by following this link. Badger’s Waddle will be launched at … Continue reading

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Invitation to join the Greyhart Press Beta Reader Team

Would you like to be in one of our books? If you join the beta reader team and are selected for a book then you get a chance to read and comment on an edited but not yet released book … Continue reading

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“In a sudden rush of inspiration he aimed at the anatomically compromised politico.”…

… is my favourite line from space opera horror book, Terminus. Here’s the rest of the extract… Almost compassionately the Thanaton extended his fingers so that the tips were touching the human. When they made contact, every nerve in Terminus’s … Continue reading

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Introducing… Badger’s Waddle

We’re launching the latest novel from Nigel Edwards at FantasyCon in September. Here’s a little more about it… Life in the quaint English hampton of Badger’s Waddle is never quite the same as elsewhere in the country… or any other … Continue reading

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