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Monday, March 5, 2012

Everyone gets a copy of my first book FREE!

I was really excited when the publishing guys said I could give everyone a FREE copy of my first book
"Zachary Pill, Of Monsters and Magic"!


Just click the book cover above and you'll be able to download a copy for any type of e-reader!

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Thanks for visiting my first blog...


It wasn't long ago that I was living in a highrise apartment building in Boston. Me and my dad were doing okay. But after Krage came after us, my dad disappeared. Now I live in New Hampshire with Mrs. Kloochie, who is like the grossest person you'll ever meet. She tosses dirty clothes and trash on the floor and actually throws donuts at me several times a day.

Worst of all is, I found out I'm not human and that there are dozens of magical creatures looking for me or trying to kill me. If it weren't for my best friend Bret, who is kind of a werewolf now because of me, and the beautiful redhaired girl next door (who I shouldn't crush on 'cause she's a total thief), I don't think I would have survived this long.

You can come around and read my blog if you want, but you're taking your chances. Hanging around with me could definitely get you killed.



A great review...

What if your parents lied about you being human?

[[ASIN:B005F9YF20 Zachary Pill, The Dragon at Station End (The Zachary Pill Series)]]

3 five-star reviews!

One reviewer says: “5.0 out of 5 stars A MUST READ!, August 30, 2011
By Edwin P. Krisch S (Venezuela) - See all my reviews
(REAL NAME)    This review is from: Zachary Pill, The Dragon at Station End (The Zachary Pill Series) (Kindle Edition)
As a writer, I'm far more conscious about plot elements and the structure of a story than the average reader. I just came back from the trenches, having read Tim Greaton's "Zachary Pill", and I'm pleased to report that he certainly had me on my toes almost at every turn of the story. I'm a great fan of "crossover" tales (stories involving our rather dull world and an alternate, magical dimension and how they relate with each other i.e. Piers Anthony's Xanth series) and I thought I had seen it all... until I started reading "Zachari Pill." Greaton's skillful writing gradually exposes us to the existence of odd magical creatures and how well they fare living amongst the human race. The was he tells us about them is quite ingenious: they have their own hospitals, their own way to quickly move from point A to B (i.e. from California to Boston in one hour... wow! that would put the Concord to shame!), and their own way to communicate with each other. I particularly loved the smart-mouthed U-Ghoul messaging system, you know. I could go on and on for hours but to say it in a few words, this book is greatly recommended... and it will get you more bang to your book at any price.

 [[ASIN:B005F9YF20 Zachary Pill, The Dragon at Station End (The Zachary Pill Series)]]

99 cents.