Guest Post by Gillian Polack – Revisiting Melbourne

In the lead up to the launch of ‘The Wizardry of Jewish Women‘ at Readings in Melbourne, the wonderful Gillian Polack has written a guest post about the conception behind the book. Continue Reading →

Exclusive Signed Deal for Navigators of Dune

Get your Exclusive Edition of Navigators of Dune, from the International best selling series of the Great Schools of Dune – signed by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson. “With their Continue Reading →

Satalyte Publishing Brings David Farland For Australian Tour

BIG NEWS! DAVID FARLAND IS COMING TO AUSTRALIA! David Farland, a multiple-award winning and New York Times bestselling author, will be coming to Australia in September and October.  He will Continue Reading →

Gillian Polack Book Launch and Interview

Drum Roll… BOOM! We are back! Satalyte is proud to announce our next release will be Dr Gillian Polack’s new book ‘The Wizardry of Jewish Women’ We will be launching Continue Reading →

Goodreads Giveaway – The Dagger of Dresnia – Satima Flavell

Do you like adventure? Magic? Intrigue? Well, look no further! At the moment, we have the fantastic Satima Flavell’s first book in the Talisman’s Series ‘The Dagger of Drensia’ up Continue Reading →

Get to know our authors: Gillian Polack

Satalyte Publishing have some of the most creative and diverse people working with us. Our authors come from all over Australia and write such fantastic work that you won’t know Continue Reading →

Great New Releases at 0.99c, and Colouring In!

We have two great new releases this week. The first of these releases is: Tallwood by Amanda Kool Amanda Kool’s novel is a tour-de-force. At 576 pages, this is a Continue Reading →

The History of Tallwood (by Amanda Kool)

The History of Tallwood I was writing ideas for Tallwood while I was writing The Murderer’s Cloth. I feel like I’ve been writing Tallwood for a decade, but I’m pretty Continue Reading →

How did things get all Smudgy?

To celebrate Paul Rasche’s birthday (on Sunday – don’t forget to look up Paul Rasche on Facbook and say happy birthday), we are publishing a blog post on the history of Continue Reading →