Monthly Archives: December 2012

Sneek peek of 2013 release: Dead to Rights: a circularity of glosas

Here’s what I believe is called a cover reveal. I feel the term implies there should be some fancy webpage scripting that slides away a covering silk sheet accompanied by a drum roll. Well, I don’t know how to do … Continue reading

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Our YA robot book is now available in North America

Another message from Crustias Scattermush, the Senior Repositarian at our sister site: The Repository of Imagination. Tales of imagination and wonder for 9-14 year olds… The Repository of Imagination has entranced sentient life-forms throughout the galaxy and through alternate worlds … Continue reading

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Police Service of Northern Ireland faces demonic threat — in new supernatural thriller

It’s here! Published today is our page-turning supernatural thriller, Bridge of Blood, by Philip McCormac. The Police Service of Northern Ireland detectives face an onslaught of problems: gangsters, paramilitaries, corrupt Catholic priests, and mistrust. But there are allies and heroes … Continue reading

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A controversial novelette about climate change from Greyhart author Andy West

Greyhart author Andy West has recently posted a science fiction novelette to a the ‘Watts Up With That’ website. It claims to be the world’s most viewed site on global warming and climate change, and at 133 million hits on … Continue reading

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Win a copy today of our supernatural thriller, Bridge of Blood, published tomorrow.

Our supernatural thriller, set in Ireland, will be published tomorrow, but you can win a paperback copy today by following this link to the competition hosted on Goodreads. Read more about the new book here.

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One of the best books I’ve read in a very long time is “The Last Sunset”, by my brother Bob Atkinson. This is why…

One of the best books I’ve read in a very long time is “The Last Sunset”, by my brother Bob Atkinson. This is why…. via One of the best books I’ve read in a very long time is “The Last … Continue reading

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A Christmas message from Crustias Scattermush

Over on our sister website, ATaleForATale.com, there’s a Christmas message from Crustias Scattermush for young human readers. There’s some exciting news, and a homemade Christmas card. Whether that’s Crustias in the picture, I can’t say. Crustias is the senior branch Repositarian … Continue reading

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Zombie novel sensation, Death Flu, sweeps America by storm…

… well, okay, that’s pushing the truth a bit far, but congratulations all the same to debut Michigan novelist, Scott Brietzke, whose first Death Flu book is in the top#100 Amazon Kindle charts for his genre (or the closest, there … Continue reading

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Our occult thriller, set in Northern Ireland, to be published next week

I’m delighted to announce that Bridge of Blood by Philip McCormac will be published next Tuesday, initially for paperback and Kindle eBook editions. Old enmities run deep in the Northern Ireland setting of this page-turner that is part detective thriller and … Continue reading

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Post-apocalyptic and supernatural thrillers… spread the word!

An ad campaign is running right now for some of our recent launches and I thought you might like to see some samples. Meanwhile, Bob Atkinson has been touring the world of book blogs and has just been interviewed about his Romantic … Continue reading

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