Bibliography and Links

C.T. Phipps is a lifelong student of horror, science fiction, and fantasy. An avid tabletop gamer, he discovered this passion led him to write and turned him into a lifelong geek. He is a regular reviewer at The United Federation of Charles and the author of Agent G, Cthulhu Armageddon, The Red Room series, A Spacer’s Saga, Straight Outta Fangton, and The Supervillainy Saga.

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Agent G is an ongoing series of cyberpunk spy novels set in a pre-cyberpunk world (ours) which will eventually transition into a full-on Gibsonian dystopia–assuming our hero lives that long. The titular character is a man without a past, having supposedly agreed to give up his memories and serve ten years as an assassin for the International Refugee Society. In exchange, the Society has cybernetically modified his body to superhuman levels and given him a life of luxury between missions but G can’t help but question is masters as well as their goals. The truth is worse than he could have imagined.

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“This first few pages is where you also get your first taste of some great world building that reminds me, in its detail and vastness, of Tolkien.”
-Matthew Davenport, Shoggoth.net

The Cthulhu Armageddon series is a post-apocalypse Western set in the aftermath of the Great Old Ones rising. Humanity has been all but destroyed but, one century later, a small scattered group of survivors eck out a living in the shadow of gods.

John Henry Booth is a Ranger for the city-state of New Arkham who is cast out of his people after a disastrous mission gets his fellow soldiers killed. Accompanied by a fellow exile, he travels across the monster-filled wastelands in search of revenge. It is the only thing he has left in a world where cosmic horrors rule.

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A dark space opera series set centuries in the future. Cassius Mass was once the greatest pilot of the Archduchy of Crius but lost everything when they were defeated in war with the Interstellar Commonwealth. It was only as his homeworld burned that he discovered he had also been fighting for the wrong side the entire time. Trying to rebuild his life as a common navigator, he then finds his past is not nearly so easy to escape as he thought–especially when someone identical to him starts to preach a doctrine of revolution against the Commonwealth. Written as a collaboration with Michael Suttkus.

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The Red Room series

Featured Image -- 53“Phipps blends a menagerie of 007, Hellboy, and Dresden Files into a high-octane mix of intrigue, action, and brash characterization, all topped off with a dose of good old-fashioned monster hunting. Can’t go wrong with that!”
—Tim Marquitz, Demon Squad author

The Red Room series is a set of urban fantasy novels starring Derek Hawthorne, a secret agent trained in magic working for a global conspiracy called the House. Partnered with the capable but untrustworthy Shannon O’Reilly, the pair of them investigate supernatural phenomenon while attempting to keep their employers from destroying what remains of their souls. The Red Room is a snark and adventure-filled set of stories set in a world where the supernatural is hidden from the public but it is a ticking clock until it all comes out. The Red Room series is published by Ragnarok Publications.

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The Supervillainy Saga

“Forget everything you think you know about heroes and villains. Phipps redefines the genre. The Rules of Supervillainy is wildly entertaining, delightfully original, and will make readers everywhere yearn to don spandex and join the crusade.”
—Shana Festa, Time of Death author

rules4(1)The Supervillainy Saga is a series of superhero novels set in a world of heroes, villains, and monsters. Gary Karkofsky, a seemingly ordinary man, lucks out when he discovers a magical cape formerly belonging to Falconcrest City’s greatest hero. Driven by the tragic death of his supervillain brother as a child, Gary chooses to try and follow in his brother’s footsteps. This goes over like a ton of bricks with his wife and family. Not quite evil enough to be a proper supervillain, Gary stradles the line between good and evil while having increasingly madcap adventures. The Supervillainy Saga is published by Amber Cove Publishing and is presented by Jim Bernheimer (Confessions of a D-List Supervillain, Prime Suspects, Dead Eye).

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Straight Outta Fangton is the first book in a series of vampire novels detailing the adventures of Peter Stone, the world’s unluckiest vampire. In a world where vampires have revealed themselves and make fortunes off the gullibility of humans, Peter is forced to work behind the counter-top of a convenience store. His bad luck is about to change, specifically, to get worse when he is forced into numerous adventures to deal with the problems facing the vampire race.

If only he could get paid for them.

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Wraith Knight

a001c-wraith2bknight2bfinalWraith Knight is a story of what happened to the world after the Dark Lord falls, the epic war is won, and the heroes are triumphant. Alliances fail, the political map changes, and the species must learn to live together. Jacob Riverson was enslaved as a wraith knight for 200 years, bound to the will of an evil god, only to once more regain his free will with his master’s demise. Still the flawed hero he was before turned into a monster, he searches for a place in a world he helped brutalize for centuries. Joining with idealistic young heroine, Regina Whitetremor, he now must discover whether to play the part of the hero or the villain or both.

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6 thoughts on “Bibliography and Links

    • Hey, sorry for not responding for so long. THE SCIENCE OF VILLAINY was supposed to come out this November but I decided to do some rewrites to make it as good as the original books. So, I’m shooting for March 2017.

      :thumbs up:

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  1. Any chance you will ever refrain from using the word clip/s as a descriptor for pistol and other firearm magazine’s? If you really feel the word magazine/s to be to long a word maybe you could use mag/s for short.

    I will try to finish reading Esoterrorism but if there are to many use’s of the word clip when not referring to a paper clip or a clip board or the like,(valid uses) my attempt will most likely end in failure.

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  2. Loving the Villainy books. I can’t wait for the 4th to come out. I’m getting migraines laughing sometimes. Please keep up the wonderful work.

    Can’t wait to start the to start the Red Room and Armageddon books

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