Tale Publishing is a small publisher based in Melbourne, Australia.
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Here are some details on our first book: It's by a new author. It's both speculative fiction and a crime thriller. Reading it will make you smarter! ;-)
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We're working on our first publication, due out in November or December. More details to follow.
It’s our most ambitious signing to date, in that we’re going to launch all four books of the series at the same time!
Book 1: Descent into Darkness ,
Book 2: Journey to Hell ,
Book 3: Quest for Light ,
Book 4: Search for Truth ,
We can’t wait to launch them in March next year.
This time, fifteen authors contributed to the anthology and, for about a third of them, it was their first time having something published.
Giving new authors the chance to be heard is something we love doing, and the enthusiasm for the publication was infectious on the night.
On the 20th Feb, we have our publication, The First Line, being launched by the Mayor of Monash.
Peter is the author of over a 150 published short stories, the novel Boswell’s Fairies and a placegetter in a dozen writing competitions.
Each chapter/story is triggered by scraps of paper and business cards as Dave transfers information from one diary to another.
It’s an entertaining book and the novel is written with humour and an understanding of the spectrum of social interaction.
Similarly, at the book launch for Colours of Hope and Despair by Bala Mudaly, we were approached by an author who’d written over three hundred short stories and a novel.
We’ve published four books a year, from a mix of previously published authors and first timers, who’ve written in genres including memoir, urban fantasy, satire, speculative fiction, literary and non-fiction.
Tale Publishing was thrilled to launch Bala Mudaly’s new book, Colours of Hope and Despair last month.
Part of the proceeds from the sales of the book went to Amnesty International, a cause close to the author’s heart.
When we started a couple of years ago we set a target of publishing two to three books a year.
We’d love to say yes to more of the authors who’ve pitched us, but unfortunately, we couldn’t then deliver on the promise to publish.
So far this year we’ve launched Year of the Queen: The Making of the Priscilla Queen of the Desert the Musical and Rapture , both by Jeremy Stanford, and Robert New’s Movemind: Speculative Short Stories .
Later this month we’ll be launching Bala Mudaly’s debut Colours of Hope and Despair.
Technically five if we also count Robert Sayegh’s translation of Beyond Violence , which while available last year, only had wider distribution from May.
The second book is Robert New’s Colours of Death: Sergeant Thomas’ Casebook (due by Easter).