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If you’ve read Tanya Reimer’s Sacred Land Stories Legends on the Prairies and Ghosts on the Prairies you’ll be delighted to hear that the concluding story Cursed on the Prairies will be published next month. An emotional journey that proves … Continue reading
On RisingShadow.net, Seregil of Rhiminee has reviewed Tanya Reimer’s latest Sacred Land Story. An “excellent prequel” to her first Sacred Land Story, Ghosts on the Prairies, Seregil says that Legends on the Prairies “captures the reader’s attention from the first … Continue reading
Today we are publishing Legends on the Prairies, a Sacred Land Story by Tanya Reimer. The prequel to her previous novel Ghosts on the Prairies it is the second of her Sacred Land Stories. Alternate history with paranormal and romantic … Continue reading
Tanya Reimer’s new novel tells how one unlikely man settling in the prairies of Saskatchewan in 1892 brings hope to the Ghost tribes and protects their Sacred Land DARTFORD, KENT – 1 July 2016 – Elsewhen Press, an independent UK … Continue reading
On the Risingshadow website, Seregil of Rhiminee has just posted a review of Can’t Dream Without You by Tanya Reimer. Describing it as “refreshingly different”, he goes on to say that it’s “”. Seregil starts by outlining the story and … Continue reading
Tommy James has just written a review of Existence is Elsewhen for Starburst Magazine. Describing it as a “sharp collection” of short stories, Tommy writes that Existence is Elsewhen presents an “eclectic range of ideas” producing an end result that … Continue reading
On Risingshadow.net Seregil of Rhiminee has just reviewed Existence is Elsewhen. He starts by saying that as an anthology it “wonderfully showcases” what Elsewhen Press has to offer and is “something special and mesmerising”. He especially liked the fact that … Continue reading
Twenty stories from twenty great writers, also including Rhys Hughes, Christopher Nuttall and Douglas Thompson DARTFORD, KENT – 18 March 2016 – Elsewhen Press, an independent UK publisher specialising in Speculative Fiction, is delighted to announce the publication today of … Continue reading
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Today sees the publication of the paperback edition of Can’t Dream Without You by Tanya Reimer, the first of her tales from The Dark Chronicles. Legends say that, tens of thousands of years ago, Whisperers were banished from the heavens, … Continue reading