Taurus Necrus is an independent publishing company of Catholic material.
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We started this publishing label in order to provide people an alternative to easy publishers which hate Christ. In the process, we have discovered and deepened our Catholic faith, and the materials which we carry are now carefully vetted to meet the morals
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We publish authors with Catholic values who have written works meant to glorify God. Originally, we were an ecumenical publishing company, but upon the conversion of the founder, we have eliminated everything opposed to the teachings of the Catholic Church, in consultation with priests. We are traditionally minded and publish novels, children's books, and other works.
Taurus Necrus translates literally as "Dead Bull". It was a reference to the death of the pagan values of Mr. Slattery after his pursuit of God began, and he became evangelical. Since his conversion, it has gained the additional significance of referring to irrational beasts bowing to the Eucharist in the hands of St. Anthony.
We have recently added The Donkey Who Carried the Ark, a children's book by Hand Drawn (penname) that follows the Holy Family's animal as they journey to Bethlehem.
We also have Splendor, which is a semi-post apocalyptic novel following three characters in the American Midwest: A Catholic knight, the President of the United States, and a simple village father.
Currently, our original book The Many Salvations of Marcus Woodward is being rewritten to meet the standards of Catholic morality and theology.
I super enjoyed reading Saodfäil.
The seven tales are masterfully told immersing the reader in the mists of Ireland as she was in her pagan past. (Let's hope she doesn't return to those times.)
Each character's speech, dress, mannerisms, idiosyncrasies, foibles are told from the mind of an extremely able storyteller. He must have at least a bit of Eire in his blood. This book was a page-turner right up to the amazing climactic encounters between each traveler and the High Druid, and some unexpected guests. St. Patrick please pray for the sons and daughters of Eire who so desperately need re-Christianizing as do their American cousins.
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I have twenty years of writing experience, have read libraries worth of books, am a devout member of the One True Faith, and have experience in a variety of areas outside of writing.