Epic poetry, Twitter avatars, and xhtml1.1

Would you believe, I published an illustrated book of YA poetry this week? That wasn’t the plan when I set up Greyhart Press, but I’m really excited about it. So much so that I had to design a YA badge. Look… here it is now!

Expect a blog post on why I published Legends of Light any day now.

Also on the cards is a fresh coat of paint for this blog and my Twitter avatar. I like my yellow man whirring his gears being oppressed by cave art. It was the best bit of cover art I had designed at the time. Doesn’t work well as an avatar, though. So I’m going to rejig to fit with something that does work at avatar level…

As for coding, xhtml1.1 is what we use to code  books in the ePUB2 format (which these days everything uses other than Kindle… I miss Microsoft .lit). I’ve got a rudimentary page on my site where I advertise my eBook formatting services. Probably in December I’ll spruce that up so I can show off all the fancy authors and book publishers I’ve already produced books for. If you’re interested in contacting me, take a look at my page here.


About Tim C. Taylor

Science fiction publisher and author of the bestselling Human Legion series. I live with my wife and young family in an English village. I am currently writing full time, when I'm not roped into building Lego.
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