Category Archive: Reviews

Dracula of the Apes – Book 2: The Ape Review at Taliesin Meets the Vampires

Click banner to read the Review! Dracula of the Apes Trilogy Now Available! Book Two: The Ape $3.99 at Smashwords, iBooks, Kobo Barnes & Noble and  Amazon The Ape Customer Reviews at Amazon Book Three: The Curse just $3.99 All THREE eBooks are available for download! DOWNLOAD BOOK ONE: The URN below PDF ~ HTML ~ EPUB ~ MOBI ~ TXT ~ …

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Dracula of the Apes – Book 1: The Urn Review at Taliesin Meets the Vampires

Click banner to read the Review! Dracula of the Apes Trilogy Now Available! Book One: The Urn FREE at Smashwords, iBooks, Kobo, Barnes & Noble and Amazon or DOWNLOAD BOOK ONE NOW: PDF ~ HTML ~ EPUB ~ MOBI ~ TXT ~ PDB The Urn Customer Reviews at Amazon Book Two: The Ape and Book Three: The Curse just $3.99 each …

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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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The Word On The Wall Reviews When Graveyards Yawn

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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They Had Goat Heads by D. Harlan Wilson

Book Review by G. Wells Taylor D. Harlan Wilson’s collection They Had Goat Heads (© 2010 Atlatl Press) almost explodes in your hands. The author’s deft and rapid-fire writing style reaches critical mass in seconds and a literary event of cosmic magnitude occurs. Then you realize you were standing too close: you’re not in real …

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