A list of my books (novels, novellas, collections, or anthologies in which I have a story) that are either published or are scheduled for publication.
All Kagami Takeda wants is to be left alone, so that no one else can be destroyed by the madness she keeps at bay. Her connection to the Radiance–a merciless and godlike sea of light–has driven her family insane and given her lover strange abilities and terrible visions. But the occult forces that covet her access to the Radiance are relentless in their pursuit. Worse, the Radiance itself has created an enemy who can kill her–a fate that would unleash its brutal light on a defenseless city…
Brutal Light is a supernatural dark fantasy novel set in modern day Detroit, and was my first published novel. Currently out of print; to be republished Summer 2017 in print and e-book formats. Further updates, buying information, excerpts, guest blog/interview links, and reviews can be found on my Brutal Light page.
All of the CAM Charity Anthologies are made up of donated short fiction stories. Some of these tales are written by well-known authors, others by ordinary people who just want to try and make a difference. 100% of the profits from these collections will go to charity as explained below. Michael Robb Mathias Jr. aka M. R. Mathias, owner of Mathias Publishing, is producing the C.A.M anthologies in honor of his mother, Carol Ann Mathias, who passed away in 2017 after a grueling five year battle with cancer. The profits of these collections will be divided equally, each year, between three of her favorite charities.
The C.A.M. Charity Anthology: Horror & Science Fiction #1 is an anthology of science fiction and horror originally published June 8th, 2017, by Mathias Publishing, with cover art by Jack Hoyle and interior art by Gideon Deschain, and includes my horror short story “The Path of Needles.” Further updates, buying information, excerpts, guest blog/interview links, and reviews can be found on my C.A.M. Charity Anthology: Horror & Science Fiction #1 page.
Once upon a scream… Think you know the real story behind those fables and fairy tales you read as a child? Stories are written from the viewpoint of the heroes, but the lines between hero and villain, good and evil, are often blurred. We’ve gathered twenty three tales that turn those stories you think you know on their heads by letting the villains have their say. What if Snow White wasn’t as pure as the newly driven snow? What if Red Riding Hood was far more dangerous than the Big Bad Wolf? What if Rapunzel was hell bent on revenge? Forget Disney, forget the Brothers Grimm, say hello to Fairly Wicked Tales—re-imaginings of both fairy tales and fables. Fairly Wicked Tales, a book for adults who harbor the wicked child within.
Fairly Wicked Tales, edited by Stacey Turner, is an anthology of dark fantasy and horror published August 6th, 2014, from Angelic Knight Press (reissued April 21st, 2015, by Ragnarok Publications), and includes my short story “Sweetheart, the Dream is Not Ended”. Further updates, buying information, excerpts, guest blog/interview links, and reviews can be found on my Fairly Wicked Tales page.
The light has failed: the era of man is at its end. Born of darkness, the creatures of myth, legend, and nightmare have long called the shadows home. Now, with the cruel touch of the sun fading into memory, they’ve returned to claim their rightful place amidst humanity; as its masters. Fading Light collects 30 monstrous stories by authors new and experienced, in the genres of horror, science fiction, and fantasy, each bringing their own interpretation of what lurks in the dark.
Fading Light, edited by Tim Marquitz, is an anthology of dark fiction (horror, fantasy, sf) published September 1st, 2012, from Angelic Knight Press, and includes my short story “Goldilocks Zone”. Currently out-of-print, though print editions can be found through resellers on Amazon. My “Goldilocks Zone” will be republished as part of a short fiction collection in Autumn 2017. Further updates, buying information, excerpts, guest blog/interview links, and reviews can be found on my Fading Light page.