Author Archives: Tim C. Taylor

About Tim C. Taylor

Science fiction publisher and author of the bestselling Human Legion series. I live with my wife and young family in an English village. I am currently writing full time, when I'm not roped into building Lego.

Reaper’s Walk — out now in audio

Don Franklin’s dark thriller of magic, revenge and demons is out now in audio. You can get Reaper’s Walk: Hellstone from Amazon or from Audible. The narrator is Jeane July. I got my copy this morning and I have to say … Continue reading

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Reaper’s Walk: Hellstone — audiobook and a SEQUEL!

Great news for Don Franklin fans. First up, Don will be releasing an audiobook edition of his paranormal thriller, Reaper’s Walk: Hellstone. Secondly, the news that fans of the first book have been waiting for… he’s working hard on the second book in the series, … Continue reading

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Limited offer: get this acclaimed supernatural thriller for free

Reaper’s Walk: Hellstone is one of the fastest paced and most disturbing books Greyhart Press has yet published. For a limited period, you can download the Kindle edition of this acclaimed horror thriller for free. Follow this link. Offer ends Monday July 12th Not … Continue reading

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Red Sky in the Morning – it’s launch day!

“… be prepared for tears as I challenge you not to fall in love with these characters…”  – from an Amazon 5-star review Get your copy of the latest novel of romance and rebellion from #1 bestselling author, Bob Atkinson. … Continue reading

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Red Sky in the Morning gets 5/5 stars at RBD Reviews

Reviews by Dayna picked up Bob Atkinson’s new release and gave Red Sky in the Morning top marks. Here’s one of the comments: The vivid scenes he paints will take you there, where you’ll witness the struggle that could change … Continue reading

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Waterloo and remembering our veterans

Today, as you’ll probably have noticed, is the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. One aspect of the battle that isn’t often mentioned is the reason for its name. The naming of battles isn’t always consistent and can tell … Continue reading

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Red Sky in the Morning

For anyone waiting for the sequel to Bob Atkinson’s 2012 bestseller ‘The Last Sunset‘, your wait is nearly over. ‘Red Sky in the Morning’ concludes the adventures of Andy Macmillan and the other cast of soldiers and vacationers stranded in the Scottish … Continue reading

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