T E Taylor
Tim Taylor was born in Stoke-on-Trent in 1960 and now lives in Meltham, near Huddersfield, with his wife Rosa and daughter Helen. He studied Classics at Pembroke College, Oxford, and some years later did a PhD in Philosophy at Birkbeck, University of London. He spent a number of years in the civil service, where he did a wide range of jobs, before leaving in 2011 to spend more time writing. He now divides his time between creative writing, academic research and part-time teaching and other work for Leeds and Huddersfield Universities.
As well as fiction, Tim writes poetry, which he often performs on local radio and at open mic nights (where he also plays the guitar). He also likes walking up hills.
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Zeus of Ithome
Three Hundred Years of Slavery. Greece, 373 BC.
For three centuries, the Messenian people have been brutally subjugated by their Spartan neighbours and forced to work the land as helot slaves. Diocles, a seventeen-year-old helot, has known no other life but servitude.
After an encounter with Spartan assassins, he is forced to flee, leaving behind his family and his love, Elpis.
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Smashwords book reviews by T E Taylor
- Souls of Darkness
on Jan. 20, 2013
This is a collection of dark tales, a mix of sci-fi, supernatural and real world horror by three authors all with their own distinctive styles. There are lots of imaginative ideas and twists here, and anyone who likes this genre should find something they enjoy here. I liked the variety of it, and the fact that the stories were short, sharp and focused. Highlights for me were To Play the Game, Just the Three of Us, and Disturbance. A good read.