Today's campaign update is a testimonial from Leon Berger, author of the upcoming books Lunch with Charlotte and Horse. Grey Gecko is an author's dream. With five previously published books, I've dealt with several houses both in North America and Europe, and I can say with conviction that this is
What does it mean to be a Grey Gecko Press Founder? It means that your name goes on a special page on our website, permanently, unless you contributed anonymously. You also get a discount on all purchases you make directly through us for 5 years. With discounts ranging from 5%
Leo King is the author of Sins of the Father: The Bourbon Street Ripper, and of "A Fancy Dinner Party" and "Misty Mountain Morning", short stories featured in the collection A Fancy Dinner Party. In this video filmed for our IndieGoGo fundraising campaign, he talks about his favorite part of the
Grey Gecko Press needs your help to continue as the most innovative and author-centric publishing company in the industry. Here's the short version: We've created an IndieGoGo campaign to raise operating capital for the next year. We're providing some great perks to contributors, and we'll use the money we raise to
Grey Gecko author B. H. Werner explains his favorite part of working with one of the most innovative publishers in the industry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIwutg7JoqU B. H. Werner is the author of two short stories featured in the collection A Fancy Dinner Party, and is currently working on his first full-length novel.
Grey Gecko author Lee Lackey explains his favorite part of working with one of the most innovative publishers in the industry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iUMRI_bopE Lee is the author of two short stories, The Eerie Coin of the Sea and The Chittering Horror of the Ley House, as well as the upcoming The Curse
Grey Gecko author Wayne Basta explains his favorite part of working with one of the most innovative publishers in the industry. http://youtu.be/NiV63fkTsAA Wayne is the author of Aristeia: Revolutionary Right and Aristeia: A Little Rebellion, the first two volumes in an epic sci-fi tale told in the grandest space opera tradition.
Since I started Grey Gecko Press, my vision for the company has been one of innovation, 'new' thinking, and turning ideas on their head to see what shakes loose. I loathe the very idea of the phrase "Well, that's how we've always done it." The idea behind that phrase presupposes
In the winter of 1872, Captain William Trace and his men were ordered by his superiors at Fort Vancouver to investigate a series of unexplained attacks on local citizens in the remote villages of the wild and untamed Washington Territory. What they found would change their lives - and the
Lee Lackey’s Zomb-eh Review "Random Fire" by Van Aaron Hughes Undisclosed Government Facility 11/27/2011 GWMT 1400 hours Preface: Researchers attempting to follow up on my work should read the previous set of notes here. Notes of Dr. Celebus: I have been given permission to give the test subject another short story.