JOSHUA D. TAYLOR started writing a few years ago when he realised he was too old to play make-believe. He lives in southeastern Pennsylvania with his wife and a one-eared cat. He enjoys gardening, comic books, ska-punk music, Disney World, and traveling with his wife.

Raised during weirdness that was the late 20th century, Josh’s eclectic interests produce eclectic works. He loves to mix-n-match things from different genres and story elements to achieve a madcap hodgepodge of the truly unexpected.

Bibliography

BEYOND, Black Hare Press, 2019

DEEP SPACE, Black Hare Press, 2019

WORLDS, Black Hare Press, 2019

MONSTERS, Black Hare Press 2019

APOCALYPSE, Black Hare Press 2019

YEAR ONE, Black Hare Press 2019

 

Salty Tales, Stormy Island Publishing, 2019

Fated, Stormy Island Publishing, 2019

Fear and Fables, Stormy Island Publishing, 2019

Divinity, Iron Faerie Publishing, 2019

Mythica, Iron Faerie Publishing, 2020

Faerie, Iron Faerie Publishing, 2020

Forest of Fear, Blood Song Books, 2019

Harvest 2, Blood Song Books, 2020

Guilty Pleasures and Other Dark Delights, Things from the Well Publications, 2019

Mother Ghost’s Grimm Vol. 1, NBH Publishing, 2019

Athena, Dastaan World Publishing, 2020

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As Above, So Beneath by Joshua D. Taylor – Launches 15th September 2020

What’s your most favourite under-appreciated novel? I’m going to say A Night in the Lonesome October by Roger Zelazny.  It has its fans, we’re in FB group together, but I had never heard about it till I came across it in a bookstore. 

As Above, So Beneath by Joshua D. Taylor

Mankind had conquered the stars…sculpted alien worlds to their whim…assumed they were the kings of all they surveyed. But now, a darkness spreads—from above and beneath—and mankind will soon realise they are but a temporary blip in the history of the universe.

Anniversary of the Mask Murders

Anniversary of the Mask Murders

by Joshua D. Taylor   Chris and Sara stared at the abandoned and dilapidated monster mask factory.  The windows were shattered and forgotten police tape flapped in the chilly October breeze. “I can’t believe twenty-three people were stabbed to death here last Halloween,” Chris said. “I know, and that masked maniac is still out there […]

Joshua D. Taylor

Joshua D. Taylor

JOSHUA D. TAYLOR started writing a few years ago when he realised he was too old to play make-believe. He lives in southeastern Pennsylvania with his wife and a one-eared cat. He enjoys gardening, comic books, ska-punk music, Disney World, and travelling with his wife.