Limited Numbers of Signed Books

If you were unable to make it to Supanova Gold Coast or cannot make it to Supanova Melbourne, Satalyte Publishing has a very limited number of signed copies of the Continue Reading →

Vote For Us in the Chronos Awards

Satalyte Publishing has been shortlisted for the ‘Best Long Fiction (including collected works)’ in the Chronos Awards.  This is quite amazing, as Tales of Australia: Great Southern Land was our Continue Reading →

Amazon Highlights of the Week

Just before we launch ourselves across the country for Supanova Gold Coast and Melbourne, we thought we would share some Amazon highlights. On Amazon Australia: Mark of the Shaolin by Continue Reading →

Satalyte Publishing in the Supanova Guidebook!

Do you want to know how to find out all the latest information on where Satalyte Publishing will be for the Gold Coast and Melbourne Supanovas?  It’s easy – go Continue Reading →

Supanova Book Launches!!

The Supanova Pop Culture Expo is about to blast through the Gold Coast (4 – 6 April) and Melbourne (11 – 13 April).  These are huge events that attract crowds Continue Reading →

‘Mark of the Shaolin’ Release Day

Satalyte Publishing is proud to announce the release of ‘Mark of the Shaolin’ by Steven Gilshsenen, the first book in the Tigers of Wulin series, available in both paperback and Continue Reading →

SupaNova, Here We Come!!

Satalyte Publishing will be at SupaNova Gold Coast and Melbourne with two of our SupaStar authors, Jeremy Davies and Ged Maybury, ready and willing to sign their novels for you will Continue Reading →

Incredible Authors join Satalyte Publishing

We have had some rather exciting news this week, with two wonderful authors joining our ranks at Satalyte Publishing.  These two names are synonymous with great works.  They are Dirk Continue Reading →

What Do You Know about ‘Into The Storm’s Domain’?

Seen any good movies lately? I like them. They are finely honed entertainments costing millions, and made by thousands of experts. But what of a book: it’s just one writer, Continue Reading →

The History of ‘Missing, Presumed Undead’, and all things Casablantic

Many moons ago, in the heady days of the 1990s, I finally broke into paid genre fiction publication with a short story called ‘…in distress’. Aurealis took it on, and Continue Reading →