Author Archives: T E Taylor

About T E Taylor

I write historical and contemporary fiction - my novels Zeus of Ithome and Revolution Day are published by Crooked Cat. I also write poetry, academic non-fiction (philosophy) and the occasional short story. I like to play the guitar and walk up hills. Originally from north Staffordshire, I live in Meltham, West Yorkshire, UK with my wife Rosa.

Taking the Plunge

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Today I’m delighted to host a piece of flash fiction from Crooked Cat author Rosie Travers. An old lady ponders her greatest regret …. Grace hadn’t even heard of a bucket list until Bill…

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Cross (with) Word

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Today I’m pleased to host another humorous guest poem, from author and blogger Miriam Drori.Top Ten Reasons I’d Rather Be WRITING Than Messing Around with Microsoft WordWriting is fun; Word makes you run.Writing’s creative;…

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Shall I compare thee …

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Another guest poem today, from novelist and editor Sue Barnard. Itseemed rather fitting, in view of our current unseasonably warm weather. A sonnet, in the style of a certain balding Elizabethan playwright ….THE FIRST…

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A Novel Approach to Pest Control

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Today I’m hosting a short humorous piece from crime novelist Angela Wren. Taming Demons They normally live in the shadows. The dark corners of rooms, behind wardrobes or at the back of undisturbed cupboards.…

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Mapping Cakes

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
A guest post today from Angela Wren, whose latest crime novel, Montbel, has recently been published by Crooked Cat.  She’s here today to talk about her love of French cakes.  Mmmmm, I can smell…

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