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Hurry! Get this horror-thriller for only 99c while you can.

Reaper’s Walk: Hellstone is a manic-paced action adventure featuring werewolves, vampires, demons and far, far worse. Through Saturday 29th you can get the Kindle version from Amazon.com for just 99c. “This book was beautifully written with imagination and creativity. You … Continue reading

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A day of Death, a day of Pride…

 Twelve years ago today, tragedy was visited on the populations of New York  City, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania.      It wasn’t an act of God, but rather of the Godless. Desperate to gain attention for a despicable cause, a group of … Continue reading

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Parsing The Last Sunset- An interview with Bob Atkinson

Originally posted on Inezian's Notes.:
The Last Sunset by Bob Atkinson, available from Amazon. After reading Bob Atkinson’s wonderful alt-history novel, The Last Sunset, I felt compelled to interview him in regard to some of the themes surrounding his…

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Restless Souls: 3 dark fables. Coming to your iPad soon…

We’re working on the eBook versions of our forthcoming books. We tend to show Kindle screenshots, so for a change, here’s Thomas Rydder’s collection of dark novellas wearing its iBooks clothing.

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Greyhart Press at Boston Comic Con

Boston Comic Con is coming on August 3 and 4. It should be quite an event, including appearances by such luminaries such as Torchwood star Eve Myles, and Hellboy creator Mike Mignola! Greyhart Press will be represented there by Armand … Continue reading

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BS alert! Amazon currently allows 7 days to return ebooks – and that MUST change. A petition you need to sign…

As you can read below, Amazon’s current return policy for e-books allows the buyer seven days to return any purchases. Seven days – more than enough time to read the longest of novels. This, of course, opens the door for … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Cold:
I want to take a moment here to introduce my friend Thomas Rydder.  Not only is Thomas an all around good guy, but he’s written a book that I happened to enjoy a whole lot.  It’s…

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Originally posted on Thomas Rydder:
Good morning! You may or may not know my blog tour kicked off yesterday on Bookr3vi3ws, a wonderful site run by book blogger Debdatta Sahay. It is going better than I could have hoped  so…

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Lighting The Darkness

I love looking at pictures of Earth taken from satellites. Those taken at night are particularly illuminating – if you’ll pardon the pun. The great centres of population in Europe, North America, India, China and so on, are lit up … Continue reading

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Top-10 British & American English confusions ~ part 1

Yesterday, I threatened a top-10 list of my favourite examples of Britain and America being divided by a common language. Well, I’ve got a lot of preparation to do for the YA books that started this off in the first place, so … Continue reading

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