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 →

Lighthouses by Black Beacon Books

Lighthouses: An Anthology of Dark Tales (Black Beacon Books, 2015) is a unique anthology of mystery, suspense, horror, and dark fantasy set in and around lighthouses. The editor, Cameron Trost, Continue Reading →

WOW! Thanks, Supanova Sydney.

We had such a great weekend in Sydney with Supanova that we have decided to give away a free ebook with every purchase through our Satalyte bookstore.  Yes, that’s right. Continue Reading →

Our first double header book launch!

Satalyte Publishing is proud to announce our first double header book launch. We’re happy to announce that “Last Year, When We Were Young” by Andrew McKiernan and Martin Cosby‘s “Dying Embers” will Continue Reading →

‘Stolen Dreams’ Book Launch and Excerpt

Do you want to know what secrets surround Ilze’s life?  The betrayal she will suffer, the love she will ultimately find?  Read about it in Stolen Dreams, the debut novel Continue Reading →

Excerpt from ‘Nil by Mouth’ by LynC and Launch Details

Nil by Mouth by LynC is a small novel with a big theme – how would you cope with life after you had been used by aliens as an incubation Continue Reading →

Please Welcome Jack Dann!

Satalyte Publishing has the great honour of welcoming Jack Dann to our stable of authors. We will be publishing Jack’s catalogue in ebook format – many of his books have Continue Reading →

Great Reviews for Steven Gilshenen’s ‘Mark of the Shaolin’

Steven Gilshenen’s debut novel ‘Mark of the Shaolin’ has received some great feedback.  Check out just these two below: A read worthy of reflection. Taking steps in the footprints of Continue Reading →

5 Star Review for M. R. Cosby’s ‘Dying Embers’

Dying Embers has received its first 5 star review from a verified purchase on Amazon UK.  Here it is in its entirety:   5.0 out of 5 stars A review by Continue Reading →