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I am self-published and proud to be so, and have seventeen books on Amazon. The latest is UK2, the third book in the post apocalyptic Project Renova series. The other books in the series are Tipping Point, Lindisfarne, and Patient Zero, a collection of short stories about some of the characters. A final book, Legacy, will be out at the end of October, 2018

Earlier books: The Devil You Know is a psychological thriller based around a serial killer, and Best Seller is a satirical tale based on the modern publishing industry. Kings and Queens, Last Child and The House of York are modern day re-tellings of historical periods in the Tudor and Plantagenet eras. The rest come under the general banner of contemporary fiction/family drama/romantic sus
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Review: S9:2 The Bridge

In praise of S6, and thoughts on Rick's departure 



Thank you, Corey Reed (writer), for the reminder of one of TWD's greatest strengths ~ it is never, ever predictable.  Definitely the best episode so far this series.  Lots to ponder on, indeed.

There was me thinking that the 'Final Warning' amongst all those road signs was a suggestion of menace to come (and you know who I... Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 4.48 · 1,063 ratings · 614 reviews · 19 distinct worksSimilar authors
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Dream On

4.45 avg rating — 97 ratings — published 2012
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Nobody's Fault

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Kings And Queens

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Terry Tyler is 54% done with Farm Land: This book is BRILLIANT! Can be read as just a dystopian, futuristic fantasy, or as many clever parallels to the current world in which we live ~ not least of all the farming of animals for food.

If you're a vegan, you'll love it :)
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Treason in Trust covers the middle part of Elizabeth's reign, or some of it ~ not a period of history with which I am familiar, so this was quite a new experience for me with one of Gemma Lawrence's books.

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Well written as per usual. I would expect nothing less from Terry Tyler. She possesses the ability to make you admire or hate a character very well. Her knack of ‘settin..." Read more of this review »
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message 21: by Jean

Jean Hill tyou terry tyler for adding me! hope you will share my book of country life https://www.amazon.co.uk/Country-Life... xx


message 20: by Stephen

Stephen Lonsdale Hi Terry. Your books sound fantastic! Thanks for friending me.


message 19: by Terry

Terry Drake Thank you for befriending me! Just imagine if you married a Moore you would be Terry Tyler-Moore!


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message 17: by Dale

Dale Thele Terry, thanks for accepting my friend request :)


message 16: by Paul

Paul Hi Terry,

It is good to be friends with you here. Thanks for connecting with me. I also write romance novels, and one that I am especially proud of is, In MY Wildest Dreams. You can check all thirteen of my stories out on: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00DS736E4

Cordially,
Paul R. Meredith


message 15: by Sandra

Sandra Thanks so much for friending me! :)


message 14: by Susan

Susan Griscom Thanks so much for the friend request. It's nice to meet you.


message 13: by Davee

Davee Jones Hi Terry thank you for the connection!


message 12: by Amy

Amy Freeman Hi Terry! Thanks for the friend request!


message 11: by Kevis

Kevis Hendrickson Thanks for adding me, Terry.


message 10: by Diana

Diana Nice to meet you, Terry!


Carole Gill Hi thanks for adding me. nice to know you, Terry!


Sharon Atkinson Hey Terry,

Good luck with your novel for this weekend.


Maureen Hi Terry - now I've just got to work out how I get a book downloaded so I can read it and give a rating - boy - you talk about learning curves- I think I've slipped back down on my backside - I'm not having much luck!!


message 6: by Terry

Terry Tyler Victoria wrote: "I never know where to answer my wall comments so I will answer both here and on my page just in case lol!!

Lol sorry to take up your newsfeed!! haha, I do alot of my writing quite late on at night..."


Victoria, ditto - I can't get used to this comment/message thing, or perhaps you get a notification of a reply to a comment?

Ah, I see! Yes, I read fast, too, but these days so much of my non-writing time seems to be taken up with social networking...! I'm already on the strong glasses...


Victoria Limbert I never know where to answer my wall comments so I will answer both here and on my page just in case lol!!

Lol sorry to take up your newsfeed!! haha, I do alot of my writing quite late on at night or on my days off. I reserve reading for after my shifts at work. I am contantly reading! I cant help it, its my first love :) And I seem to be able to read stupidly fast, probably because I read so much. Sometimes I get through a book in a day if I am really enjoying it lol.

Still I think a book a week is perfectly fine, healthy in fact. Give me a few more years and I am going to need strong glasses and tons of headache pills daily :)


Lauren (Northern Plunder) Absolutely no problem :)


Collette Scott Hey there Terry,

It's great to connect here! Thanks so much for finding me :D


Lucinda Dear Terry,
I would like to thank you for the lovely and very touching, unexpected friendhip request here on Goodreads and i look forward to reading some of your work. I am honored and would love to be of help in reviewing your work if you would like me to, as an aspiring writer myself i would like to be as much help as possible in spreading the word about works of fiction & the importance of reading. Thank you so much once again,
Lucinda x


Victoria Limbert Thank you for the friends invite :)


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