Author Archives: C.L. Taylor

About C.L. Taylor

THE ESCAPE, C.L. Taylor's fourth psychological thriller, will be published on 23rd March 2017.

Signed books,events and an update on book seven…

It’s 3rd March and in one month and one day the hardback (and ebook and audio book) of Sleep will be published. My editor Helen recently asked me how I was feeling and I said, ‘surprisingly calm’. Surprisingly because I’m … Continue reading

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New year, new book

It’s 3rd January today but I don’t feel as though the year has started yet as my partner and son are still on holiday. Correction, I don’t feel as though my WORKING year has started yet. I’m not great at … Continue reading

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Introducing…Sleep!

I’m so thrilled to be able to share the cover of my sixth psychological thriller¬† with you. Isn’t it stunning? All Anna wants is to be able to sleep. But crushing insomnia, terrifying night terrors and memories of that terrible … Continue reading

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Writer, missing in action!

Huge apologies to anyone who follows this blog and has been wondering where I’ve got to – life has been hectic recently. My last post was on publication day for THE FEAR and, since then, I’ve either been out and … Continue reading

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The one about the book tattoo…

It’s publication day for THE FEAR and I couldn’t be more proud of this book. I’ll freely admit that I struggle with endings – I find them the hardest part of a book to get right – but something almost … Continue reading

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The one where I got glammed up

Earlier this year I was invited to the Specsavers Nielsen Bestseller Awards to receive two silver awards for The Acccident and The Lie (for sales of over 250,000 copies). It was SUCH a glamorous affair. The wonderful Mariella Frostrop was … Continue reading

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What inspired your novel?

It’s a question that comes up in interviews a lot: ‘What inspired your novel?’ It’s always a difficult question to answer, not least because it’s normally at least 12 months since I wrote the book and 18 months since the … Continue reading

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