C. L. Taylor started her career writing short stories. Here are a selection of her prize winning and published stories.
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- Monocular Man (winner in The Lancet ‘Fact to Fiction’ competition 2007)
- Bookmunch (published by Australian literary journal Etchings in March 2008)
- The Healer’s Wife (published by American literary journal QWF in 2008)
- What Shall We Do With the Bodies? (published by WordRiot in 2007)
Secrets and Rain by Cally Taylor
C. L. Taylor also wrote moving and heartwarming short stories for women’s magazines such as My Weekly, Woman’s Own and Take a Break Fiction Feast. A collection of those stories – ‘Secrets and Rain’ by Cally Taylor – is available on all international Amazon sites including Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com
Tell Them No Lies by Cally Taylor
Cally is planning on bringing out a collection of crime short stories ‘Tell Them No Lies’ in 2021. If you’d like to be informed when it’s published please join the CL Taylor Book Club.
The following crime short stories were published in 2020:
The Other Girl (First Edition: Celebrating 21 years of Goldsboro Books)
The Villagers (Woman and Home)
Published in 2018:
‘The Sleepwalker’ (My Weekly)
Published in 2018:
‘The Neighbour’ (My Weekly, March 20-26 edition)
Published in 2017:
‘Bird in a Cage’ (Dead Simple, Quick Reads anthology edited by Harry Bingham, February 2017)
‘The Woman in the Window’ (My Weekly, April 18-24)
Published in 2016:
‘Bin Wars’ (The Sunday People, April 2016)
‘The Man in the Mirror’ (Woman magazine, July 2016)
‘My Daughter’s Boyfriend’ (My Weekly, 27 August 2016)
‘A Cold Chill At Christmas’ (Woman magazine, 13 December 2016)
Published in 2015:
‘Goodbye My Lover’ (Sunday Express ‘S’ Magazine. April 2015)
‘The Box of Bones’ (My Weekly magazine. April 2015)
‘The Curtain Twitcher’ (The Sunday People, April 2015)
‘The Lodger’ (3 part serial, My Weekly magazine, 19 September 2015). You can read this story by signing up to my newsletter
Published in 2014:
‘Flatmate Wanted: Smokers Welcome’ (‘Guilty Parties’, a Crime Writers’ Association anthology edited by Martin Edwards, published by Severn House. April 2014)
‘The Missing Girls’ (Woman’s Own, July 2014).