Twilight Times family of publications
Twilight Times Books is a royalty paying small press print publisher. Due to an exceptional front list of books, all with four star reviews, the print division of Twilight Times Books launched twenty-one titles in trade paperback in 2004. We average 14 new titles each year and currently have over 90 books in print.
Our books are distributed internationally. Members of the media, booksellers and retailers can download catalogs, flyers, sell sheets, reviews and chapter excerpts from our media room.
Twilight Times Books is listed in the Writer's Digest 2012 Top 100 Markets for Book & Magazine Writers.
Paladin Timeless Books
An imprint of Twilight Times Books, a traditional small trade publisher. "Tomorrow's classics today..."
Futures Mystery Anthology Magazine (FMAM)
FUTURES Magazine is a welcome member to the small number of gallant publications open to the new and the more established mystery writers and artists. The magazine is well worth reading carefully. Every issue has gems that I would have been sorry to have missed. May they keep up the solid, supportive work of love." -- Stuart M. Kaminsky
Twilight Times ezine
An award winning digital journal of speculative fiction, fantasy artwork and poetry. Online since July 1998. Twilight Times pays $5.00 for original fiction, artwork, articles or poetry. Check submission guidelines.
Web Mystery Magazine
A free on-line quarterly dedicated to investigating the mysterious genre in print, in film, and in real-life. WMM welcomes well-researched, well-written articles, reviews, and mystery fiction.
Download versions of our books are available in ePub, PDF, HTML and Kindle-compatible (.mobi & .prc) formats. LIT, Palm, RB or Hiebook formats are available as a special order.
Most of our titles are currently available via Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Digital, eReader.com, Fictionwise.com and the Sony eBookstore. Titles also go up each month at the Apple iBookstore, ARe, Kobo Books, OmniLit, etc.
TT Books is a small trade publisher. Our books have national distribution and the author pays nothing for publication of his/her book. We currently publish literary works that are exemplary, that transcend genres and/or are beautifully written. We are highly selective as to what we will accept for publication.
At Twilight Times Books our mission is to promote excellence in writing and great literature. We're dedicated to enhancing the prospects of getting great literary, New Age and SF/F books into the hands of readers.
An ebook devices page where you will find product reviews and info on PDAs, pocket PCs, emulators, conversion software, ebook clubs and more.
Freebies page where you can download free e-books, short stories, fiction and non-fiction from various publishing companies.
Small Publisher's resource page with a sampler of the useful links you'll find in "Practical Tips for Small Press Publishers," a helpful ebook for independent, small press and self-publishers. http://twilighttimesbooks.com/smallpub_resources.html
Lida E. Quillen
What people are saying about Twilight Times Books:
"Angelos belongs in most fantasy, Christian fantasy, or New Age collections."
[Apache Lance, Franciscan Cross] "...if you appreciate a fine historical novel built on absolutely faultless research, Apache Lance, Franciscan Cross will draw you in. ...This is a fine example of the genre, one of the best of its kind."
The Midwest Book Review
ParaNormal Detective] "In this entertaining series opener, Amsden (The Immortality Virus) introduces readers to the eponymous Cassie, a decidedly mundane member of a magical family. ...Readers will enjoy Cassie's fish-out-of-water struggles as she fights magical threats with little more than experience and bravado."
"EQUITY of EVIL is a shocking indictment of the pernicious role of greed in the medical world. A powerful read!"
Robin Cook, International Best-Selling Author
[Essentially Yours] "...Lazar's mystery offers an original and offbeat aspect of the genre that will hold your interest and increase your curiosity to look forward to the next book in the series."
Warren Adler, author of The War of the Roses & Random
[Hudson Lake] "captures the intoxicating mix of energy and danger that defined the early days of jazz."
[Infinite Space, Infinite God] "What a great book! ...stories that are well crafted, compelling, and fun!"
Br. Guy Consolmagno SJ, astronomer at the Vatican Observatory and author of God's Mechanics.
[Jerome and the Seraph is an] "entertaining book that ironically connects complex topics (the afterlife, mythology, and quantum physics) into a wonderful fantasy."
The Midwest Book Review
[Monkey Trap is a] "sf adventure that combines hard science, mysticism, and alien contact."
[No Place for Gods] "...superbly-crafted novel of international confrontation, where atomic arsenals count for nothing in a power struggle of a different kind."
Uri Geller, internationally known author and psychic
[Savage Survival] "...a cautionary tale that blows open the standard concepts of strength and power."
Kate Douglas, author of Wolf Tales
"Root's first novel [The Elixir] tells a tale that both entertains and uplifts in its depiction of an engaging pair and the love that asserts itself as the true miracle."
[The Focus Factor] "is another of those books I've read lately that should be required reading for everyone of voting age. Kudos to all for a job well done."
Barry R. Hunter for Baryon
[The Melanin Apocalypse] "Darrell Bain has given us another winner. The science fiction community is lucky to have him."
Travis S. "Doc" Taylor, author of The Tau Ceti Agenda.
[The Storks of La Caridad is] "...beautifully written, as well as meticulously researched. ...Perhaps this is the art of historical mystery writing at its best."
The Midwest Book Review