Georgina Anne Taylor


Georgina Anne Taylor is an Australian artist, and a writer of dark fantasy and fairy tales.

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This member has not published any books.

Georgina Anne Taylor's favorite authors on Smashwords

Chris McKenna
Latest book: Bardo. Published February 18, 2013.

Smashwords book reviews by Georgina Anne Taylor

  • In the Mirror (A Short Story) on Dec. 19, 2011

    A lovely short story that swept me away into a magical world full of possibilities. Exquisite cover art. I look forward to reading more of this writer's work.
  • Legend: A short story on Dec. 19, 2011

    A short fantasy story, that poses the question of fate and the ultimate price of the Hero. Well written and enjoyable, thank you.
  • Shadows of Myth and Legend on Jan. 02, 2012

    A delightfully dark collection of poems by E.J. Stevens. I particularly enjoyed 'Grindylow', 'Prince of Lies' and 'The Winter Queen'. A new favourite poet.
  • The Black-Eyed Susan on Jan. 02, 2012

    Despite the brevity of this story, the characters and scenes quickly come to life. I enjoyed this author's writing style and will definitely be reading 'On Dark Shores 1: The Lady', next.
  • The New Death and Others on Feb. 05, 2012

    This collection of short stories and poems is right up my darkened alley. Short, dark and witty.
  • A Londum Yuletide on Feb. 05, 2012

    Three short Yuletide stories, set in the alternative reality of Londum. Very well written, engaging characters, thoroughly enjoyable.
  • Questing Beast on Feb. 17, 2012

    Just wonderful!
  • The Londum Omnibus Volume One on Feb. 24, 2012

    My rating 4.7 rounded up to 5 stars. Ratings for the individual books that comprise this omnibus: 'Split Infinity' 5 stars, 'Hair of the Dog' 5 stars, 'The Speed of Dark' 4 stars. 'The Londum Omnibus', set within the alternative reality of Londum, is thoroughly enjoyable reading. Tony Rattigan's humour is genuinely funny, his puns witty. I found myself laughing aloud throughout the series. The plot lines are tight, each story wrapping up well. The characters are very likable, with a host of minor parts played to perfection. I am not easily entertained by fight scenes or battles, and these parts did not engage me as much, but I'm sure others will disagree. I am looking forward to reading 'Snake Eyes' the next novel in the series. I can see myself re-reading these stories in the future. I would love to see new covers for these great books!
  • Drowning on Aug. 08, 2012

    A lovely short Fairy Tale. Beautifully written and inspiring. P.S My daughter read it too and said 'It was wonderful!'