Busy like bees…

It’s all go at Greyhart Towers! Firstly, congratulations to Lauren J. Hasbrouck, whose fantasy novel The Lineage of Tellus#1: Memories & Murder has been available for free for the past three days. That promotion has now closed, but not before Lauren topped the amazon.com ‘bestseller’ charts for free fantasy romance novels. Well done, Lauren.

Some people have been disappointed that they missed the promotion period. It’s not actually within our power to extend the free promotion but we’ve reduced the price for a day or so to 99 cents, so that more people can help themselves to the Tellus goodness.

We have other books still on free promotion, including literary science fiction novel, The Death of the Wave  [see this post for details]

Work is also going on today to finish the artwork for mystery/ historical/ magical realism novel Daughters of Babylon. If you think of Kate Mosse’s bestseller, Labyrinth, add in Eleanor of Acquitaine and spice it up with Mexican mysticism, then I guess you’re in the right ballpark.

Once I’ve posted this, I’m back to editing  the sequel to Bob Atkinson’s bestseller, The Last Sunset. Much as I loved the first book. The sequel is even better.

Finally, the Greyhart livery was looking a little stale, so I’ve put in a shiny new site banner. Hope you like it.



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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