The title of this post is a mash-up of what’s been happening with Greyhart Press over the past couple of days. Once you’ve heard our news, it might just make sense.
I’ll be sending edited manuscripts back today to two new authors for Greyhart Press. Hopefully one or both will be published by Christmas.
I’ve previously mentioned David Fraser and his YA science fiction short story: The First Last Robot. This is now nearing completion.
I am delighted to also welcome Elaine Stirling and her 2,700 word poetic narrative: The Mexican Saga: A Journey Through the 20-Count.
Elaine is the author of many novels and has been published in such magazines as Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine and Fantasy and Science Fiction. Elaine describes her forthcoming eBook thus:
“Readers of Carlos Castaneda will recognize the themes immediately. Those who haven’t will still enjoy the experiential, non-narcotic rush of a 4-year-old initiate who grows to become a full-fledged Nagual (Toltec energy master). The facts of the 20-count, a pre-Maya system of cognition, I have researched assiduously for more than…well, 20 years. ;-)”
Elsewhere, I was interviewed about Andy Bigwood and cover art over at author Chery Shireman’s website, and Greyhart Press got a mention at the excellent RolePages.Com , a collaborative role playing and artistic creation community.
And, finally, to promote international access to scary science fiction stories at Christmas, Paul Melhuish’s debut novel, Terminus, is discounted to 99c/ 86p The book is already available for this discounted price at amazon and Smashwords, but will take a short while for the change to replicate through to all retailers.