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Bob’s #1 again.

Congratulations to our author Bob Atkinson, whose novel set in Georgian Scotland is back at #1 in the alternative history bestseller charts at amazon.com Well done, Bob, and try harder to you also-runs, such as Greg Bear and George Orwell … 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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Terror stalks Northern Ireland, and you can experience it for free!

This promotion is now closed. Subscribe to the website to keep up to date with our latest promotions. “…full of menace and suspense with shocks and horror punching their way through the pages…” 5-stars ***** “I am not usually a … Continue reading

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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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Looking for a great historical fiction? Look no further – “The Last Sunset” by Bob Atkinson is here!

Click on the cover to get it on Amazon today! Book Description: Nuclear Armageddon blasts through time itself, dragging people from different eras into a turning point in history. The year… 1746. Around Fort William, the Scottish Highlanders are in … 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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Win a free eBook. Seven Days… Seven Winners…

“What would you do…?” We’re kicking off a new, regular feature on the Greyhart site, a weekly competition called ‘Seven Days… Seven Winners’. The prizes are eBooks in the format of your choice (ePub or Kindle). You have seven days … Continue reading

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You are a boundless idiot if you read science fiction, horror, or fantasy

You’re on the Greyhart Press website, so there’s a fair chance that you enjoy the fantastic literature of horror, science fiction, and fantasy. But did you know that in enjoying such literary delights, you are displaying boundless idiocy? It’s official. … Continue reading

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eBooks: are we in a bubble?

This morning, I read an article in the Guardian (a newspaper here in the UK) that’s provoking plenty of argument. It asserts that the growth in publication of eBooks is a bubble and will inevitably burst. I didn’t agree entirely, … Continue reading

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The Reality War. First novel launched: February 9th

Book1: The Slough of Despond In 1992, Radlan Saravanan runs a small business out of a Tudor cottage in the sleepy English village of Elstow. But Radlan was born in 2951, and when he falls in love with a local … Continue reading

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