Michael Horton is an author of speculative fiction (with a proclivity toward urban fantasy) living in Atlanta, Georgia. His hobbies outside of writing include cooking, drawing, designing games he will never have time to complete, and Oxford commas.
James Eldritch has shaved his mustache, and that can mean only one thing: it is literally the end of the world. The Heralds have been defeated, but who’s left to defeat what they've been heralding? Debts must be paid to put a stop to the coming apocalypse, but the true price may be more than James and the O'Dolon sisters bargained for. Good thing there’s more than one way to skin a cat.
Did you hear that? Neither did anyone else. A scenic trip to Bristol ends in disaster when a fiend no one saw (or heard) coming suddenly appears. James Eldritch discovers that his greatest foe might not be a Herald after all. Will he finally settle things with the man who took Melina’s life?
At long last, Charlotte has reached Heaven’s Gate. Heads will roll as she forces her way to the Throne, the seat of power from which all life on Earth is born. But the universe is home to many gods, some more cooperative than others, and the High Creator may not be her biggest obstacle.
Reapers prey on humankind, but who hunts the reapers?
Life on top of the food chain isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, as Charlotte Kinsley—a death eater—is about to discover. It doesn’t help that a higher power wants her erased from the natural world.
Sohee Min is a freelance photographer with a unique and deadly ability—one that a local Crafter would kill to get her hands on.
Demons, specters, vampires, and other foul creatures are out in full force, and it's going to take more than one death eater to put them in their place.
Torn between life and love, Sohee will have to choose which she values more—and soon...
An explosion steals the lives of seventy-one people. There should be no survivors, but Iris revives the one man who values revenge above all else. Will she regret her decision, or is there still something to be learned from a broken man?
For nearly a month, James Eldritch has managed a legitimate paranormal investigation business north of London—with May O'Dolon's help, of course. While James is working hard to change his act, the appearance of an unusual spirit may dredge up memories best left forgotten.
A deadly secret casts doubt on Eyr’s friendship with the empress. What is the true nature of the world and its scaly, colorful inhabitants? How long can the empress hide her intentions before the nations enter a needless war? And what secret could be worth risking a second apocalypse?
Death has its perks, but only for those who can keep a secret. When Malcolm is brought back to life by a benevolent reaper, he discovers a world of scythes and spirits that has always existed just beyond his reach.
James Eldritch runs quite the successful paranormal investigation business, and he's done so without a single hint of experience. James is a masterful con artist with an incredible mustache, but he can't bluff his way to fame and fortune the day something actually happens.
Eyr's island is destroyed by the Fall, a drop over the edge of the world. With a chameleon named Caviar by her side, Eyr travels from village to village and soon discovers that everyone is struggling to survive even if their methods make no sense, but she has to wonder... is survival even worth it?
I rarely write reviews for books, but Cat and Meese combines two of my favorite things in fantasy (magic and guns). The writing is quick and sharp, the action is visceral, and I'm looking forward to seeing more of these characters in the future. Fans of action-oriented modern fantasy shouldn't miss it.