Stephen Taylor was once a happy and reasonably well-adjusted person; that was until an urge to write invaded his psyche, this need to be a writer, to tell tales. He spent his days as a Tax Inspector (Now come on out from behind the sofa - they're a fine bunch of lads and lasses at the Tax office), and shuffling his daughter to and from school. But then these thoughts began to coalesce.
A Georgian trilogy was conceived. Three stories, set in London; a decadent time, a decadent place.
The first Novel – No Quarter Asked No Quarter Given was Born (later short listed for the BritWriters Award).
The second novel, A Canopy of Stars -. A Georgian courtroom drama,
The third novel - Ripples and Shadows - a historian uncovers the story of two amazing lives. Now winner of the Great Beeston Book Read.
A forth novel - Gospels. Also set in the late Georgian era but follows the adventures of Bible hunters and takes us to Egypt and the Ottoman empire.
And see also contemporary novels - In The Morning When I Leave, and Once Upon a Thatcher Time. Also a Children’s Novel - The King of Blognogpotin
Born in Yorkshire, brought up in Manchester; he now works near Loughborough, a widower with a daughter just out of University.