We’ve not been slacking, honest!

Been a bit quiet on the blog posts but there’s been plenty going on.

In no particular order:

  • We published Babel (short story), Garrison (novelette), and SiGNALS (novelette). The first two are the first we’ve published that are part of a series, and SiGNALS is our first story from a new author, the incomparable Emma Coleman.
  • After months available for nothing on other retailers, our collection of free short stories (Waif, Future Speculation & Fearworld) are now free at amazon.com and amazon.co.uk At one point this week we had Fearworld at #2 in amazon.co.uk short stories and Future Speculation at #4. They’ve since slipped but we might still get three Greyhart stories in the top-10, which would be splendid.
  • Editing is progressing well on ‘Terminus’ a novel that’s a prequel to Babel. The artwork is ready too, so I’ll post that shortly. Hopefully we’ll have two novels edited by the end of August for release later this year. With Terminus and Babel we have stories that are part of the Skyfire Saga. This will be short stories, novels, novelettes, and possibly extras such as additional artwork. I love that mix of short and long. Before eReaders, you couldn’t realistically do that, not through the same channel anyway.
  • I’m expecting the first draft of a fantasy novella soon from another new author. Well, that is to say new to Greyhart but she’s certainly no beginner when it comes to crafting stories.

If you want to keep up to date, you can also follow @GreyhartPress on Twitter. We’ll follow you back, too.


Update Aug 10th. We’ve had three stories in top-10 short storyies on amazon.co.uk for a few days now. 

About Tim C. Taylor

Tim C. Taylor writes science fiction and is the author of 21 published novels as of August 2021. His latest book is 'Hold the Line', published by Theogony Books. Find out more at humanlegion.com
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