The Meandering Mayhem of Thogron Throatbiter by Tim C. Taylor
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" 'Say farewell to your siblings, Oberoid scum!' roared Thogron Throatbiter as he leapt from his rocky perch. Somewhere in the background he heard the stage manager inhale sharply... "

Imagine unstoppable barbarian armies that discover spaceflight. After they have conquered every inhabited planet in their system, what then? They take their pantheon of violence, pillage, and destruction to the stars, of course. But one day, their meandering mayhem must reach its inevitable conclusion.

Take the foreign policy approach of Conan the Barbarian, mix with the insanity of Warhammer 40k, and add a dash of Brian Blessed on one of his louder days; now you have an idea of what lies in store for you in the Meandering Mayhem of Thogron Throatbiter.

This Greyhart Press eBook is a short story, a perfect length to enjoy on your lunch break, or to complement a drink in your favorite coffee house.
 

About Tim C. Taylor

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Tim C. Taylor lives with his family in an old village in England called Bromham. When he was a young and impressionable lad, between 1977 and 1978, several important things happened to him all at once: 2000AD, Star Wars, Blake's 7, and Dungeons & Dragons. Consequently, he now writes science fiction.Tim's short fiction has been published in a number of magazines, and most recently in Shoes, Ships & Cadavers and Further Conflicts, anthologies that featured classy authors such as Alan Moore, Lauren Beukes, and Dan Abnett. His ambition is that one day, Moore, Beukes, and Abnett will proudly write in their bios that they once shared an anthology with Tim C. Taylor.It wasn't always that way. Before a series of Doctor Who novels inspired him to start writing fiction in 2002, Tim wrote first music and then software. After twenty years in the software industry, Tim took a break in 2011, setting up Greyhart Press, an eBook publisher of science fiction, horror, and fantasy. While most of his time has been spent publishing other authors, Tim found time to complete his first two novels, a series called The Reality War, published February 2012.In the real world, he is husband, Dad, sometime-brewer, and oftentimes-builder of Lego constructs to his son's designs. His favorite beer is Uplift Ale, named in honor of SF author David Brin, and available exclusively from his garage.Find him on the web at www.timctaylor.com or on Twitter @TimCTaylor
 
Published March 31, 2011 by Greyhart Press. 33 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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