Greyhart Press in Canada

We might not be bestsellers there yet (unlike in America!), but it’s good to see Greyhart books trickling into Canada.

Here’s a 5-star review recently posted by a Canadian reviewer of our Scottish time travel Romance, The Last Sunset. This was from a Kindle version purchased from

“I’m a big fan of history and the idea of a story set during the Jacobite Uprising is very appealing, although I wasn’t prepared for the bang-up twists that author Bob Atkinson has devised. He has concocted an exciting historical tale with a paranormal spin will certainly stoke fans of both genres.” (from )

In fact, most of our books are available now from the Canadian online stores of Amazon, Kobo and iTunes.

In paperback too, our Canadian authors Elaine Stirling and Alain C. Dexter are both available from The books are marked as ‘out of stock’. What that means in practice is that these paperbacks are printed on demand in South Carolina and shipped north when someone orders through The process will take a few days, but the books will reach you and shipping is free on orders over CDN$25.

DeadtoRights_400pxTap or click the picture to your left for more details on Alain C. Dexter’s glosa poems, co-written with John Milton, Gavriel Navarro, Herman Melville, Friedrich Nietzsche, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, William Butler Yeats, Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, John Donne, Rumi and others.

Dead Edit Redo 400pxOr tap and click the picture to your right for more info on Elaine Stirling’s novella of horror and good medicine, featuring none other than Alain C. Dexter, best-selling professor of heteronymic poetry.

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
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