Author Archives: Tim C. Taylor

About Tim C. Taylor

Tim C. Taylor writes science fiction and is the author of 21 published novels as of August 2021. His latest book is 'Hold the Line', published by Theogony Books. Find out more at

Second Part of The Lineage of Tellus — out now.

Poison & Passion is out today in Kindle and a luxuriant illustrated paperback edition. If you enjoy classic fantasy adventure quests, with evil sorcerers, dragons, romance, not-at-all evil sorcerers, pirates, and treasure maps, and you enjoy indulging in a little … Continue reading

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The second Tellus book is available for pre-order, and it’s a cracker!

 Kindle eBook available to pre-order for release April 9th 2015 “… a solid adventure interspersed by intimate interpersonal exploration…” — Piers Anthony, author of the Xanth series on The Lineage of Tellus. Greyhart Press is delighted to publish Poison & Passion: book … Continue reading

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It’s Christmas

From Greyhart Press, wishing you a Happy Christmas and a most excellent New Year.

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These are brilliant books.

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Describe your scariest school experience: and win this fabulous YA paranormal adventure

Originally posted on The Repository of Imagination:
An ancient evil is surfacing. It’s in Jake’s school, in his house… and his blood! If you didn’t know him well, you’d think Jake had it made. He’s the best player in the…

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New YA paranormal adventure ready to pre-order

An ancient evil is surfacing. It’s in Jake’s school, in his house… in his blood. Published by our YA sister imprint, The Repository of Imagination.  This is the first time we’ve used Amazon’s pre-order tool. Buy the book now at … Continue reading

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Win a paperback copy of a top spy thriller

To Kill A Spy is an exciting and serious read! I wait for the end of the chapter to put it down for the night but when I get there there’s no way. There are times where you think, “Oh, … Continue reading

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Piers Anthony and Eleanor of Aquitaine

They say that the mark of a true writer is to write. That might sound obvious, but plenty of authors don’t. They become sidetracked, dry up, give up, or are just too busy enjoying their royalties (though not many could say that last … Continue reading

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Why ‘Daughters of Babylon’ is like ‘Labyrinth’ and ‘The Da Vinci Code’ (but better)

I was thinking today about why I enjoyed reading Daughters of Babylon so much (a book we launched this week). The fact that I was doing so at all exemplifies the contradictory demands I place on fiction (in other words, … Continue reading

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Flash Free Event! Fantasy adventure on Kindle

For fantastic Kindle adventure, download Memories & Murder, the first book in The Lineage of Tellus today. It’s a free Kindle download from Amazon  today and tomorrow (July 18th & 19th). “The story and characters are so real and likeable…as … Continue reading

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