Tag Archives: Greyhart Press

7 Interesting Facts About the Original Novel of Dracula

Dracula may not have been the first vampire story, but it blended elements of myth, legend, drama, horror and romance (and a distinctly British perspective) to create the modern vampire novel. Interestingly, however, many people have not actually read the … Continue reading

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It’s On!~ VampCon Kindle Edition $4~ Available Today.

There’s a dark secret in Downtown Boston. On Monday September 24th, join reluctant vampire, Jonathon Stoker, as he uncovers the truth in VampCon. Available now for Kindle.    

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Six titles to check out* Indy Reading List- 2012 *

On my post yesterday, I argued that writers who are published by small presses or who are self-published (or both) owe it to themselves to support their colleagues. This applies to me as well, and as a follow up, here is my … Continue reading

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Sympathy for an Amazonian Devil.-part 1, Literary Democracy

It’s no secret that Amazon, like Google, Apple and FaceBook, is a juggernaut. Amazon has set its site on global booksales domination, and eBook domination (via Kindle). It has taken on Cable TV and Hulu with its Amazon Instant Video … Continue reading

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YES !

I’m thrilled to announce that VampCon, the supernatural conspiracy thriller I started writing in 2008 has found a home with Greyhart Press, an enterprising, independent press in the UK that specializes in speculative fiction! VampCon is slated for US and … Continue reading

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