Greyhart news wrapup

It’s all go at Greyhart Press. Here’s a recap of what’s been happening in recent days, and a few of the things coming next…

Congratulations to Thomas Rydder for having his supernatural thriller, The Clearing, picked as the small press book of the month over at the Paranormal & Horror Lovers book club on Goodreads. Pick up a copy of the book and join in the discussion here.




More congratulations are due to Bob Atkinson, whose time travel adventure set in the Scottish Highlands was charting at#1 in a couple of amazon categories for most of last week. Mr. Atkinson, you are are officially a bestselling author. For more information, see our  The Last Sunset webpage.

time travel romance bestseller  alternate history bestseller


And there’s plenty more. Pulp vampire thriller writer, Armand Inezian, will be making an appearance at the Boston Comic Con on August 3rd/4th (follow this link for more details).

Andy West’s collection of novelettes and novellas about evolution is due to be published July 9th. It’s entitled Engines of Life: Tales of Evolution, and is set to be one of our more controversial releases.

And there’s plenty more on the way, including a literary dystopia, 3 restless souls, and an ancient witch taking her revenge on an English seaside resort. And… and that’s enough to be getting one with 🙂

About Tim C. Taylor

Science fiction publisher and author of the bestselling Human Legion series. I live with my wife and young family in an English village. I am currently writing full time, when I'm not roped into building Lego.
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4 Responses to Greyhart news wrapup

  1. Lex Sinclair says:

    The Clearing by Thomas Rydder sounds intriguing. I’ll definitely keep my eye out for that book!

    Lex Sinclair author of (Neighbourhood Watch, Killer Spiders and Nobody Goes There).

  2. Pingback: We are COOKIN’ over here at Greyhart Press! | Thomas Rydder

  3. fibrochimp says:

    Can’t wait to buy a copy of Andy’s new book, it sounds like my sort of thing.

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