what the hell is going on?

March

27th

Dec

6th

You can't put your arms around a memory...

posted by Chris McVeigh

An interview between Fahrenheit founder Chris McVeigh and Lina Chern author of Sparkle Shot.

Dec

3rd

Fatal Attraction

posted by Chris McVeigh

Fahrenheit experiment with a revolutionary form of hybrid publishing

Nov

20th

I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass...

posted by Chris McVeigh

Two publishers working together to put authors and readers first

Nov

10th

Come Together...

posted by Chris McVeigh

Two publishers working together to put authors and readers first

Oct

29th

You Say Shibori, I Say Shibari

posted by Chris McVeigh

An interview between Fahrenheit founder Chris McVeigh and AE Rawson, author of A Savage Art

Oct

28th

Ghost On The Highway

posted by Chris McVeigh

An interview with Fahrenheit Press founder Chris McVeigh and Grant Nicol author of On A Small Island.

Oct

14

We Are Family

posted by Chris McVeigh

Our thoughts on publishers, authors and the 'poaching culture' in publishing.

Oct

01

We're So Pretty, Oh So Pretty...

posted by Fahrenheit Press

It's been quite the year. Here's where we're at...

Sept

30

The Lobster Boy - Special Limited Edition

posted by Fahrenheit Press

Announcing a very special anniversary edition of The Lobtser Boy And The Fat Lady's Daughter by Charles Kriel - Only 100 copies have been printed, once they're gone they're gone..

Feb

25

Too fabulous for our own good

posted by Chris McVeigh

The one where for the first time in recorded history a publisher makes a public apology to an author for getting their marketing strategy wrong.

Feb

11

So what's so cool about a dead dog?

posted by Bibliophile Book Club

We're Our latest book Dead Is Better introduces the coolest crime fighting duo on the planet, Charlie (Dead Guy) and Rose (Dead Dog). In this interview with the Bibliophile Book Club, Los Angeles author Jo Perry explains exactly what's so cool about a dead dog.

Jan

06

Now That's What I Call Publishing (Volume 1)

posted by Chris McVeigh

We're always looking for new ways to bring you bargains so how about this? For only £9.95 / €13.95 / $14.95 you can grab a 6 eBook bundle of ALL the books we published in 2015. This really is a bargain price for an awesome eBook bundle.

DEC

09

Introducing the Fahrenheit Press Book Club

posted by Chris McVeigh

YOU ASKED FOR IT and now you've got it. For only £36 / €50 / $60 you can get your hands on ALL of the books we publish in 2016 - that represents a saving of AT LEAST 50%.

Dec

08

Send a PERSONALISED Fahrenheit Press eBook as a gift this Christmas

posted by Chris McVeigh

Without doubt the COOLEST gift on the block this Christmas. Send any Fahrenheit Press eBook delivered straight to someone's inbox with a personalised dedication from you right there on the first page.

ONLY £5.95 / €5.95 / $7.95

NOV

20

Do you wanna dance?

posted by Chris McVeigh

We've just published our latest book Death Of A Diva. It's the first book we've released by a previously unpublished author so it's an extra special one for us. In this interview Fahrenheit founder Chris McVeigh interviews author Derek Farrell about his debut novel.

NOV

17

Fahrenheit Press join forces with rock band Blind Pilgrim

posted on If these books could talk

In the first experiment of its' kind Fahrenheit Press has joined forces with rock band Blind Pilgrim to promote Charles Kriel's new book The Lobster Boy And The Fat Lady's Daughter. You can read the full story and watch the video in this great post from Janet Emson.

nov

11

GO TELL THE WOMEN

posted by Chris McVeigh

We get literally hundreds of submissions but we've noticed there's a pretty huge gender imbalance between male and female writers. Never one to keep his mouth shut, Fahrenheit founder Chris McVeigh waded into the gender wars.

nov

09

Book Review - The Lobster Boy And The Fat Lady's Daughter

posted on If These Books Could Talk

We adore all our books but it's especially lovely when one of our readers adores them just as much. This AWESOME review by Kate over at IF THESE BOOKS COULD TALK is positively carnal.

nov

03

Book Review - A Slow Death

posted on Crime Fiction Lover

There are loads of great crime fiction websites out there but we've always had a soft spot for CRIME FICTION LOVER so when they published this amazing review of our debut title by James Craig we were dead chuffed. (dead chuffed - geddit?).

OCT

30

All Revved Up And Ready To Go

posted by Chris McVeigh

A State of the Fahrenheit Nation from Fahrenheit founder Chris McVeigh to mark the publication of our second book

oCT

20

Author Q & A with Charles Kriel

posted on If these books could talk

An interview between Charles Kriel author of The Lobster Boy And The Fat Lady's Daughter and Katewho runs the awesome book blog at If These Books Could Talk..

oct

16

Book Review - The Lobster Boy And The Fat Lady's Daughter

posted On The Quiet Knitter

An awesome review of Lobster Boy by Kate Noble over on popular book blog The Quiet Knitter.

nov

11

An Interview with Fahrenheit founder Chris McVeigh

posted On Never Imitate

An interview with Fahrenheit Press founder Chris McVeigh on the popular Never Imitate blog.

SEPT

22

Author Q & A with James Craig

posted on From First Page Till Last

An interview between James Craig, author of A Slow Death and Janet Emson, popular blogger and book reviewer.

SEPt

20

Always crashing in the same car

posted by Chris McVeigh

In this interview, Fahrenheit Press founder Chris McVeigh, talks with best-selling author James Craig about A Slow Death - the 1st book in his brand new European crime series featuring Max Drescher

SEPT

14

Feature - Classic Crime Reads by James Craig

posted On Crime Fiction Lover

James Craig picks his Top 5 favourite classic crime books for Crime Fiction Lover.