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Vicki M Taylor

Tampa, Florida, United States

Email: VmtWriter@vickimtaylor.com

Home page: http://www.vickimtaylor.com

AOL: vmtwriter

Award winning author, Vicki M. Taylor writes dramatic fiction with strong, unforgettable women characters.

Vicki M. Taylor attacks the hard issues and brings them to the forefront with a deftness that outshines most other authors. Her ability to sink her teeth into these headline issues and pull the reader into the story makes her one of the best authors of this new century.

No issue is too controversial for Vicki. Murder, teenage suicide, domestic violence and more, you'll find Vicki M. Taylor's stories not only give you the harsh realities of the character's life but she wraps you up in their private emotional lives as well - daring you to not care, not feel, not read.

Active with various author and writing organizations like FWA and more, Vicki's a member of the National Association of Women Writers, Romance Writers Association, and Short Fiction Mystery Society. She's the past President and a founding member of the Florida Writers Association Inc.

Interests: reading, flying stunt kites, beach, collecting teddy bears, saltwater aquariums, World of Warcraft

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes

 

Published works:

Fiction

  • March Madness
  • Mother's Helper
  • Not Without Anna
  • Trust in the Wind
  • Catch of the Season
  • And Justice For All
  • Lightning Response
  • Don't Ask; Don't Tell
  • Soul Catcher
  • Nonfiction

  • My Sleep Study
  • Quest for the Quintessential Query Letter
  • Fat Free Writing (3-part) Series
  • Overcoming the Fear of Writing a Synopsis
  • Aquarium Widow Woes: What's a wife to do when her husband is aquarium obsessed?
  • Interviewing and Investigation Tips
  • Don't Let Your Children Leave Home without This
  • Open Case Surgery
  • Five Ways to Nag Your Husband without being a Nag
  • A Peek into a Writing Parent's Life
  • Score One for Old Mom
  • Other

  • You Get Only One Chance to Make a First Impression