Category Archives: Thoughts

Award Winning Author & Criminologist Jennifer Chase asks – “Do we judge the victims of violent crimes?”

Click on her image to read it!

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Occasionally, a story comes along that renews our faith in mankind….this is one of those…

Occasionally, a story comes along that renews our faith in mankind….this is one of those…. via Occasionally, a story comes along that renews our faith in mankind….this is one of those….

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A bit of language history – how some of our everyday expressions came to be…

A bit of language history – how some of our everyday expressions came to be…. via A bit of language history – how some of our everyday expressions came to be….

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Looking for a great historical fiction? Look no further – “The Last Sunset” by Bob Atkinson is here!

Click on the cover to get it on Amazon today! Book Description: Nuclear Armageddon blasts through time itself, dragging people from different eras into a turning point in history. The year… 1746. Around Fort William, the Scottish Highlanders are in … Continue reading

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Backups are wonderful things…

Our main Greyhart computer has died 😦 Thank goodness it was well backed up and a lot of critical data was in the Cloud -:) So there’s some frantic work getting a replacement into operation but everything should be running … Continue reading

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Who’s sandwiched between Maeve Binchy and Nick Hornby in the Amazon charts…?

… answer: our very own Nigel Edwards. I’m proud that readers from continental Europe are buying (and hopefully enjoying) our English language eBooks. I don’t often check our sales figures, though, as the volumes are so low. But the low volumes … Continue reading

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eBooks: are we in a bubble?

This morning, I read an article in the Guardian (a newspaper here in the UK) that’s provoking plenty of argument. It asserts that the growth in publication of eBooks is a bubble and will inevitably burst. I didn’t agree entirely, … Continue reading

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eBook price movements, free eBooks, and the Eurozone crisis

There have been quite a few price movements for our books on Amazon recently. I’ll explain why and how there are likely to be more, courtesy of the slow-motion train crash that is the Eurozone Crisis. First of all come … Continue reading

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Where Greyhart Press leads, Random House and Penguin follow

Okay, so the big publishers are probably not keeping a nervous eye specifically on our little outfit, but I felt pretty smug reading the current edition of The Bookseller, to find out that, in the UK, the Big Six are … Continue reading

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Why I publish poetry

When I started Greyhart Press, I didn’t expect to publish poetry. Mind you, I didn’t expect to publish other authors either, so I don’t have a good track record for precognition! Gill Shutt’s manuscript for The Legends of Light changed that. … Continue reading

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