Somewhat earlier than planned, today sees the launch of a Greyhart offshoot for YA and children’s books: The Repository of Imagination.
The idea of splitting off YA books under a separate label and website has been building for a while. When Greyhart acquired the digital and North American print rights for new sci-fi robot thriller, Crank Tech One: Destruction, it seemed neater to put the book out under the new Repository of Imagination name, rather than change it later. And so today is a modest launch. Modest because it’s one book available only in Kindle format and in the UK, but it’s a cracking story, and an international version will be developed for later in the year. You can see more about it on the Repository of Imagination website here.
Regular readers of the Greyhart website will recognize the name; it comes from the forthcoming book by Gill Shutt: Alien Legends: A Selection from the Repository of Imagination. Gill’s book will be coming out soon, but it was such a good idea that rather than write about a fictional swapper of tales, it would be more exciting to make it a reality.
The ‘Tale for a Tale’ idea won’t be a reality for a few months — but you can read about it on the Repository website at ataleforatale.com
Plenty more to come on this topic soon…