Tag Archives: novelette

On the Edge — win your copy in the March Early Reviewers on Librarything

Librarything.com has a nifty program where publishers offer books in exchange for reviews. In the March batch, due any day now, there will be some eBook copies of On the Edge, the new fantastic novelette from Gill Shutt. You’ll need … Continue reading

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What do you get if you cross a zookeeper with a policewoman?

With her new novelette, On the Edge, due out soon, Gill Shutt’s last book with us, The Legends of Light, continues to pick up great reviews. In the past couple of weeks, Gill gave a couple of interviews about herself, … Continue reading

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Dare you visit The Mill?

Horror novelette The Mill has been slowly picking up an impressive tally of reviews by book bloggers. The latest thumbs up came from The Horror Fiction Review where writer, publisher, and blogger Nick Cato had some fine words to say about … Continue reading

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Harry Potter, Halloween Horror for the Nook, and Thogron’s Apple

Mark West’s horror eBooks have just popped up on the Barnes & Noble Nook store. If grief and coughing ghosts is your idea of a good Halloween read, try The Mill, originally from the BFS award-nominated anthology We Fade to … Continue reading

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Three reasons why novellas are going mainstream

We love novellas at Greyhart Press. I’ve posted about this before and today I wrote an article on this subject for Mike Cooley’s blog. Take a peek and comment, because you’ll be seeing more of novellas over the next few years. … Continue reading

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