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Skye Taylor
Skye Taylor
  • Country: UNITED STATES
  • Books: 8
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 1 July
  • Member Since: Jul 2017
  • Profile Views: 10,661
  • Followers: 11
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    Suspense Mysteries Contemporary Romance Historical Romance Time Travel Romance
BIOGRAPHY

Skye Taylor, author, mother, grandmother, and former Peace Corps Volunteer (2002-2004,) loves history, adventure, travel, the ocean, books and chocolate (not necessarily in that order.) She's been writing since high school, but only got serious about getting published when she retired and decided this would be her next career. Her latest adventure in writing is mystery and she's been participating in the Citizens Law Enforcement Academy, and riding along with local deputies as part of the research.

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Worry Stone: A Camerons of Tide's Way novel

Publish Date: Feb 25, 2019

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Women's Fiction

avg rating5 - 2 reviews on Amazon

Skye Taylor's Books

Worry Stone: A Camerons of Tide's Way novel

Worry Stone: A Camerons of Tide's Way novel

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Publication Date: Feb 25, 2019

Contemporary Romance, Women's Fiction

5 (2 ratings)

Falling for Zoe: Volume 1 (The Camerons of Tide's Way)

Falling for Zoe: Volume 1 (The Camerons of Tide's Way)

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Publication Date: Apr 04, 2014

Contemporary Romance

4.7 (50 ratings)

Keeping His Promise: The Camerons of Tide's Way

Keeping His Promise: The Camerons of Tide's Way

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Publication Date: Jun 12, 2018

Contemporary Romance

5 (5 ratings)

Iain's Plaid

Iain's Plaid

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Publication Date: Jun 02, 2017

Time Travel Romance

4.7 (11 ratings)

Healing a Hero (The Camerons of Tide’s Way)

Healing a Hero (The Camerons of Tide’s Way)

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Publication Date: Aug 08, 2016

Contemporary Romance

4.7 (15 ratings)

Loving Meg: Volume 2 (The Camerons of Tide's Way)

Loving Meg: Volume 2 (The Camerons of Tide's Way)

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Publication Date: Aug 27, 2014

Contemporary Romance

4.9 (22 ratings)

Trusting Will (The Camerons of Tide’s Way)

Trusting Will (The Camerons of Tide’s Way)

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Publication Date: May 19, 2015

Contemporary Romance

5 (16 ratings)

The Candidate

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Publication Date: Feb 29, 2016

Suspense

5 (12 ratings)

Skye Taylor Interview

  • On 07, 03 2018

    Skye Taylor interview

    Author Skye Taylor grew up in two small towns just north of Boston Massachusetts: Melrose and North Reading. Some of her hobbies include history, sewing, crocheting, beachcombing, swimming, and boating. Throughout her junior and senior year in high school, she had the same teacher who challenged her to put more effort into her writing. She wrote her first book in... read full interview

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      • skyewriter 24 days AuthorAuthor
      • The cover is the first thing a potential reader sees and if they are not inspired to pick the book up and check it out, then you've lost a sale so in my opinion that cover better be very good. The title can be catchy or thought provoking, but it's not nearly as important as the cover or even the short blurb or tag line that a potential reader checks out to see if it's something they might like.
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    • allauthor 24 daysAllauthor
    • If you had the choice to rewrite any of your books, which one would it be and why?
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      • skyewriter 24 days AuthorAuthor
      • I wrote IAIN'S PLAID based on a personal experience and it's one of my favorites, but when it was picked up by my publisher the editor they assigned to me wanted a prologue. I didn't agree with her thoughts but she had a lot more experience in the genre so I gave in and did it her way. But since then all the negative comments about that book were about that prologue. If I ever get the rights back I will definitely remove the prologue and scatter those back story details into the narrative the way it was originally written.
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      • skyewriter 24 days AuthorAuthor
      • I've actually changed my genre - twice, or three times depending on how you cut it. My first book published was mainstream (THE CANDIDATE) then I had a contemporary romance series going (THE CAMERONS OF TIDES WAY) which I interrupted to publish IAIN'S PLAID which is a historical romance. Now I am working on a mystery (BULLSEYE) which I hope will be come a series.
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