I welcome you to our site where you will find details about our professional-quality eBooks. We specialize in speculative fiction: science fiction, fantasy, horror, and other settings away from the banality of everyday modern life.
We always offer a selection of eBooks for free. See our free e-books page for details.
Read about barbarian hordes rampaging across the galaxy over your latte. (For a fraction of the cost of that Danish pastry and without the calories).
Look nervously at the sky as you read about the invasion from a hell dimension while you wait for your bus.
If you want a book you can read through in one go, try our novelettes and novellas. For example, The Mill is a story of the siren call from a man’s dead wife. In paperback this novelette would be about 65 pages, so you could read this in bed one night (keep the light on, though!).
Novellas are a little longer than novelettes but still shorter than a full novel. Last Man Through the Gate is a science fiction novella about time travel, isolation, and revelation. In paperback this would be about 90 pages. It crams a lot into a book you could read in one evening.
While we are big advocates for shorter-length stories, sometimes only a full-length novel will do. Have you ever wondered what the result would be if Hammer Horror employed Dan Brown to write a script and a novel of a new space opera horror featuring space vampires? Well, to be honest, you probably haven’t. But if we’ve got you thinking now, wonder no further because Paul Melhuish has already written a possible answer in his full-length novel, Terminus.
Browse through our list of science fiction, horror, and fantasy stories, or find Greyhart Press on amazon.com, amazon.co.uk , Barnes & Noble, Apple iTunes, Sony Readerstore, Kobo, Diesel e-books, or Smashwords (we’re coming soon to Android app stores too). We support Kindles and all the major eReader devices.
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