Welcome to my page! Sorry in advance, but I intend to keep you stuck here for hours.
I like to write, and read, fantasy and dystopian Sci-fi. Lately I'm inspired by Aldous Huxley's Brave New World and George Owell's 1984. I'm also deeply inspired by the spiritual teachings of Anthony de Mello.
Comments are like fuel to me so please leave one. And of course I'm always curious to see the work of another author so if you let me know you've been by I'll probably show up at your page not much later :D.
Flight of the Raven - A funny story about Raven, an officer with the G.A security force. He is framed for a crime he didn't commit by the very force he works for.
Golden - About a desert country that is one day completely turned to gold. Narah, a simple common girl, and Prince Adumantudu seem to be the only ones who aren't affected.
The Bandit Prince - Joclun Harr is an orphan who was raised as the foster son of a cruel and selfish bandit king. Reared to be a great assassin, he has indeed lived up to those expectations, however a new era of his life is just beginning.
Madly in Love - Another funny one. A princess recounts her engagement to a king who is "affectionately" known as "Mad King Bronan"
Oracle: Stationary Queen - Tells the story of an oracle, who's powers isolate her from the rest of society.
The Creation of the Balance - A story, about the creation of good and evil.
There's some pictures of my characters on my art page, but here are some pictures drawn by others
Joclun Harr Here and Here (scroll down to the bottom)
Writing, reading, music, stand-up comedy, dance, cooking.
Favorite Fantasy/Scifi Movies and TV Shows
The Fifth Element, Avatar, Harry Potter, Marvel Comics movies like Spiderman, X-men, Fantastic Four, Firefly/Serenity, Death Note, Full Metal Alchemist and Samurai Champloo
Favorite Fantasy/Scifi Books
George R.R Martin's Song of Ice and Fire series, Holly Lisle, Grimm's Fairy tales. I grew up on Harry Potter and Terry Brooks,
Anything with a hot beat that makes me move my feet.
Friends at Elfwood
Friends at Elfwood: Sarah Clawson
Guestbook for Ataylor
|16 Dec 2008|| Rachel N. LeBeane|
Thank you very much! That’s a nice thing to say. And I will take your advise and run with it...when I have the time! School eats time like I eat chocolate, and that’s pretty fast. And I have to say thank you again! AJ Taylor
replies: "Brava! Nice use of simile "
|1 Jan 2009|| Kwengam (first-footing)|
[a great black stallion with coal hung about his neck wades through the plant life and sets down a bundle of thick honeyed cake and spirits. snorts and gallops off, wild as the wind] AJ Taylor
replies: "Thank you very much! Happy New Year!"
|20 Apr 2009|| Oscar B. Aleman|
hey there. thanks for your suport. Well anyways I’m a bit stuck right now, I have’nt ben here for awhile but I want to upload a new one. just cant remeber how. you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. your help is needed, thanks.
|23 Jun 2009|| Ryan Saunders|
So whens the next piece due? Waiting to know what happens next in flight of the raven and bandit prince.. AJ Taylor
replies: "Bah I have been a delinquent it’s true. Another chapter of Bandit Prince *is* in the works though... hee hee."
|22 Jul 2009|| Brattysweetthing|
Hey that’s so cool you made your smiley like that
|26 Jul 2009|| The Lee|
MANDAAA!!! =D its lee. I jus felt like writing somethin on here =] Oh my goodness dad deleted all my stories when he fixed my computer =[ back to step one for lee.
|20 Sep 2009|| Jake Diebolt|
Hey Amanda, thought I’d let you know that the first part of the Fallen Moon, the sequel to the Godhunter series, is up on my site. Did you finish reading the Godhunter series? AJ Taylor
replies: "I haven’t but I do intend to, so thanks for the reminder "
|27 Sep 2009|| Sarah Clawson|
Hey, I can’t even tell you how much you made my, not only day, but year
! Thanks so much for your comment! AJ Taylor
replies: "Yay! Glad I could make you happy "
|3 Oct 2009|| Anson Dean Brehmer|
Thanks for commenting on "The Tale of The Exile!" I’ve looked over a few of your things, and I was wondering if there were any tales in particular you were interested in having me critique. AJ Taylor
replies: "The one I’m putting the most effort into at the moment is "the Bandit Prince". If you feel like taking a look at the prologue by all means... . "
|18 Oct 2009|| Sarah Cuypers|
Intersting story. Some scenes, especially at the beginning could use some more detailing but the creeping gold is nicely done. Very spooky. I hope you’ll continue this one day, because so many questions remain unanswered and they’ve made me curious. AJ Taylor
replies: "I do intend to continue this one, I’ve gotten a few requests before, but arrg it’s just getting around to it! "
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