Tuesday, 2 October 2018

Digital Dawning!


After much uploading, file conversion etc, I am pleased to announce that all the Beul Aithris backlist that is available on Kindle is now also available on other digital platforms, including KoboBarnes and Noble, Scribd, Playster and 24 Symbols, and is in the process of going up on some digital library services.

The newly released Dark Emerald Tales by Ann Massey O'Regan is also available on these outlets, and Hallowe'en releases, including the first in the Scottish Paranormal Series,  The Unseen World: Afterlife Research by Ryan O'Neill and Behold! Shocking True Tales of Terror... ...And Some Other Spooky Stuff by Rick Hale are available as pre-orders on the aforementioned outlets, as well as on Kindle. The print editions of  Dark Emerald Tales are available to order now via The Beul Aithris Publishing Bookshop (UK and Ireland only), and should also be available worldwide via Amazon and other distributors soon. Both print editions of the Hallowe'een titles will be available from October 20.

We are now preparing for Christmas here, which will see the release of The Other Side: Searching for Evidence of the Afterlife by Ian Ainsley and Scottish Witch Memorials by Gregor Stewart, the second book in the Scottish Paranormal series.

The complete list now available digitally either to order or pre-order is as follows:




Uncanny Clydeside by M J Steel Collins











 By The Dying Tree by Michael S Collins












My Life as a Scottish Paranormal Investigator by David Barrett














Ghosts of Scotland by Gregor Stewart












 Diary of a Shapeshifter by Kevin Patrick McCann
 This Isle is Full of Monsters: Shakespeare's Audiences and The Supernatural by Jon Kaneko-James













Dark Emerald Tales by Ann Massey O'Regan













The Unseen World: Afterlife Research by Ryan O'Neill (Scottish Paranormal Series)











Behold! Shocking True Tales of Terror...and Some Other Spooky Stuff by Rick Hale











And of course, still available in print from Amazon and the Beul Aithris Publishing Bookshop:


 Wee Bunny Book by Elaine May Smith and Alison Stell
The Wee Dugs by @raiphsays












Happy reading!










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