to a Place Where Genre Conventions Come to Die.
Please, call me Matt. I am the author of cosy crime fantasy series Salmonweird,
and several horror books.
The Salmonweird Series
Blending cosy crime with low fantasy and buckets of humour, book two, called A Salmonweird Sleighing, comes out in June 2021. I’m currently planning the third book in the series: Studio Salmonweird.
The Horror Corner
While Salmonweird is my main series, and a labour of love and filled with silliness, I also have a darker side. I have plenty of horror titles available too. Take a look…
The world’s first sword, sandals and scifi epic
Phobetor’s Children is a psychological science fiction horror set during the Roman Empire. Six gladiators travel to Germania to find out what happened to a fort beyond the border.
They will find their worst fears are what they carry within.
Dead Heat & Dead Lock
Companion zombie novellas featuring the same characters on the same island but in different universes. One is a horror comedy, the other a dystopian thriller.
Click the relevant images to go to the dedicated page.
Three colleagues – Jim, Mike, and Tony were impressed with their employers entering the Dead Heat zombie fun run. But then there is a real zombie outbreak and the fun run becomes a run for their lives.
Jim, Mike, and Tony are not colleagues but prisoners of a far right government on Mortwich Island. Parole means crossing the island and reaching the mainland. But most competitors join the undead.
Everything else – stuff that doesn’t fit within the usual genre conventions. Including children’s, tech thrillers, and short story collections will appear here.
The Christmas Goblin
A children’s story in the tradition of fables, taking us from medieval Germany, to Industrial Revolution New York, and finally to the future.
Herrenvolk & Other Stories
A collection of short stories back from when I first started taking writing seriously. A mix of horror, fantasy, and science fiction.
The Weight of Reason
A short environmental crime thriller. the cyborg Trant is called to a mysterious murder. Why would anyone kill the genetically modified city engineers?
The above ereader mockups use this template at covervault (click).
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