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ALL the old houses on the street had the same problems. But it was the people who lived in them that were haunted. SCOTT KEYES returns to his hometown of Sydenham after 20 years away eager to explore the darkness that surrounds his forgotten childhood. His adoptive parents moved him away for his own good, …

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MEMORY LANE – A Novella – NOW AVAILABLE for $1.99

NOW AVAILABLE for $1.99! Currently available for $1.99 at (Review) ~ Barnes & Noble ~ iBookstore ~ Kobo Smashwords offers formats for Nook, iPad, Kindle, Kobo, Mobile Devices and web browser. Memory Lane – A Novella The best secrets are about the past, and we tell those because they happened long ago or far away to somebody else who is dead and gone. That’s all ancient history, …

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G. Wells Taylor Interviewed by Albert Berg’s UNSANITY FILES.

G. Wells Taylor took a break from writing his horror novel MOTHER’S BOY for some Q&A in an interview by Albert Berg’s UNSANITY FILES. Here’s a start: All of your books seem to feature the undead in one way or another. What is it that fascinates you about zombies and vampires? Is it simply the horror …

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NOW AVAILABLE for $3.99! Currently available for $3.99 at (Amazon Reviews) ~ iBookstore ~ Barnes & Noble ~ Kobo (Smashwords offers formats for Nook, iPad, Sony Reader, Kindle, Kobo, Mobile Devices and web browser.) Katherine Tomlinson Review DAWN OF A NEW DAY IN THE VARIANT EFFECT: GREENMOURNING No More Dreams… “Borland grumbled under his breath as the bus …

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$3.99 at, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, iBookstore THE APOCALYPSE TRILOGY: BOOK ONE  Available FREE at:,, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Smashwords and  iBookstore. THE APOCALYPSE TRILOGY: BOOK TWO $3.99 at:  Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Smashwords, iBookstore,

Bent Steeple Reviewed in Morpheus Tales #12 Supplement

“…a vampire novel ripe for the masses…” C.M. Saunders Reviews Bent Steeple for Morpheus Tales #12 Supplement Review by C.M. Saunders I am a big fan of G. Wells Taylor. He has been around a while now and has a string of novels behind him, but sadly has thus far been largely ignored by mainstream …

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