The online home of Gregg Taylor, writer of things. Scroll down or click around, and you will find adventure and mystery stories for readers of all ages.

About Gregg

My name is Gregg Taylor, and I write things.

I’ve written adventure novels, children’s books, mysteries, comic books and a frankly absurd number of full-cast radio drama programs. In fact, the only thing I don’t generally like to write about is myself. If I was interesting enough to write about, I wouldn’t have to invent elaborate lies about masked heroes, girl detectives or dystopian near-futures. I probably would anyway though; it’s a lot of fun.

I guess I’ve always been a storyteller. I spent an extended second childhood living the life of a stage actor and the assortment of odd jobs that come with it. I started writing in an effort to keep myself and my friends hip-deep in words to say, and eventually the writing became more important than the saying. So I wrote myself a circus, ran away with it, and I haven’t been seen since.

Years ago, a comic artist named Lance Sawyer drew this picture of me, which is meant to be me dressed as the Red Panda, one of the characters I created. In my head, this is what I actually look like, and that is much more important than the truth, unless you are trying to meet me at the airport.

Fan art of The Red Panda

In case you are interested in what I actually look and sound like, I’ve included this little video from when one of my books was covered on the SPACE channel. I might actually be this enthusiastic all of the time, which must be exhausting for my family and friends.


Coming Soon!

Abagail Branagan Investigates- a new middle-grade mystery that the whole family will enjoy, is coming this spring in a new audiobook adaptation from Decoder Ring Theatre. Stay tuned and watch this space for more!


I write for different audiences at different times, and sometimes people find that confusing. So on this webpage, I have things neatly divided into books For Kids, For Everybody and For Grown-Ups. I hope this makes things easier for those of you with questions about reading levels or appropriate content. The truth is, if you like anything you find here, you’ll probably like all of it (or at least that’s what I hope), but these categories should help to steer you in the direction that is best for you.


Want to know more? Drop me a line!