BUTT ASS NAKED WITH THE FAN ON HIGH
(Published: February 2022)
Samantha has everything a woman could want in life: A thriving business, a cozy apartment, a nice car, and great clothes. What she doesn’t have is a boyfriend. When men start vying for her attention, things get complicated. Being popular in business is one thing, but this is something completely different. This book is written in the style of old school movie romances with all the intimate details left up to the reader’s imagination.
SKELETONS AT THE FEAST
(Published: September 2020)
This anthology is a delectable selection of six more horror-thriller stories and a follow-up to Flowers On Your Grave: An Anthology of Short Stories. Thomas D. Taylor and E.B. Taylor serve up three stories each that are guaranteed to haunt your thoughts long after you’ve finished reading this anthology. Are these stories based on real life events? Only you and your imagination will know for sure. Thomas D. Taylor’s writing style is a combination of H.P. Lovecraft, Bram Stoker, Robert Louis Stevenson, and a touch of Stephen King. E.B. Taylor’s writing style reminds readers of a macabre Agatha Christie with a hint of Joyce Carol Oates to spice things up. Once again, the instinctual dread found in each story will make readers question whether their world — and the people who populate it — are what, or who, they claim to be.
FLOWERS ON YOUR GRAVE
(Published: October 2018)
This anthology is a delectable selection of six horror-thriller stories from the darkest recesses of authors Thomas D. Taylor and E.B. Taylor’s minds, with each author serving up three stories guaranteed to haunt your thoughts long after you’ve finished reading this anthology. Are these stories based on real life events? Only you and your imagination will know for sure. Thomas D. Taylor’s writing style is a combination of H.P. Lovecraft, Bram Stoker, Robert Louis Stevenson, and a touch of Stephen King. E.B. Taylor’s writing style reminds readers of a macabre Agatha Christie with a hint of Joyce Carol Oates to spice things up. The visceral dread each story serves up is more than enough to stir the fear we all have that our world — and the people in it — may not be what, or who, they seem.
RIGHT THIS FOR ME
(Published: April 2017)
Right This For Me is a story that resonates with creative types reaching for the brass ring and who wonder if they will ever break through to the ranks of the rich and famous. Does talent and pop culture trump inspiration and rules? Is there any way to tell which story is going to make it to the top of the New York Times best seller list?
END OF THE INNOCENCE
(Published: August 2016)
End Of The Innocence is a psychological thriller guaranteed to keep readers glued to the page as they make their way through the school day with principal Trevor Raines. When the first school bell signals the start of classes, no one can predict how the day will come undone over the course of a few hours. No matter how prepared anyone might be for the unexpected, sometimes the future writes itself in ways no one can imagine or believe. E.B. Taylor balances reality against horror in true Hitchcock style by telling a story that delivers a disturbing ending sure to shock and startle readers.
A SUMMER OF SOMEBODIES: CAUTIONARY TALES FOR MODERN TIMES
(Published: July 2016)
Nine carefully crafted short stories deal with nine issues, challenging readers to go head-to-head with our technologically interconnected and intertwined real and virtual lives. As the digital world continues to collide with reality, the question is one of survival, not advancement. This collection of cautionary tales for modern times gives readers a glimpse into the future — a future that is speeding towards us at a blistering gallop. Are we ready to push back?
KNICK KNACK PADDYWHACK
(Published: April 2016)
When autistic advocacy meets up with narcissism and a criminal mindset, it’s up to Aidan Beresford-Smith to sift through hearsay and documentation. Untangling the secrets of Rion McNeally’s mind proves to be a challenge as fact and fiction are blurred into a muddle of half-truths and outright lies. As the final chapter plays out, even the man at the center of the controversy has no idea who has the winning hand. This novel deals with a number of themes including autism spectrum disorder and criminal activities.