New Releases for 2019

Hey folks,

I thought I would share some interesting new works from the Phipps Factory. I hope you guys will check them out and enjoy the results. I’ve almost got all of my series on audiobook and will proceed to finish up the majority of the series from there.

AGENT G: ASSASSIN (Kindle)

Agent G a.k.a Case Gordon has managed to wiggle himself free from the United States military but the entire world has suffered in its place. After the eruption of a volcano and the release of Black Technology to the world, the world has become a cyberpunk dystopia with massive arcologies replacing the cities of yesterday. Now a ruthless corporate executive, well past obsolescence, he is brought back to deal with the world’s most dangerous terrorist: his ex-lover Marissa.

Available here

WRAITH LORD (Kindle, audiobook, paperback)

Wraith Lord is the sequel to Wraith Knight and a work I am particularly proud of. The premise of the series is that a Ring wraith-esque individual named Jacob Riverson has regained his free will after the death of the King Below. The sequel picks up after the events of the first book with Jacob now the ruler of the Shadowkind races with his brides Regina and Serah. A messenger from the South reveals that an attack against the North is imminent and Jacob is forced to face an impossible test: how does he get the world to side with the ruler of all monsters?

Available here

PREDESTINY (Kindle) w/ Frank Martin

Robbie is an ordinary high school student in a time when the US government is on the brink of collapse. The economy is now under the control of an alliance of megacorporations that seeks to make it a puppet state under their control. During a protest, he is almost killed by a group of assassins. Rescued by a beautiful white haired girl his own age, he’s told something he can’t wrap his head around: that he will become history’s worst dictator and the dying future is out to stop him from rising to power.

Available here

TALES OF THE AL-AZIF (Kindle, Paperback) w/ David Hambling, David J. West, Matthew Davenport, and David Niall Wilson

H.P. Lovecraft’s famous Necronomicon is not the only fictional book he created. Predating the Book of the Voices of the Dead was the Book of the Insect. Tales of the Al-Azif is a collection of novelettes based around Pulp heroes John Henry Booth, Harry Stubbs, Andrew Doran, and Porter Rockwell by various Cthulhu Mythos authors describing their encounters with the cursed book. I’m very proud of this one.

Available here

ESOTERRORISM (Kindle, audiobook)

Esoterrorism is a prequel to my United States of Monsters novels or they’re a sequel to it depending on how you choose to interpret it. Derek Hawthorne is a agent for the Red Room, the conspiracy that keeps the world from knowing about the supernatural. Its resources are stretched thin with a terrorist organization that is determined to reveal the truth to the world–they’re just going to use massive numbers of hungry dead to do it. Derek is framed as a traitor before he can discover who is responsible and it’s up to him and his partner to not only prove his innocence but stop the world from suffering a zombie apocalypse.

Available here

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Two new books – Predestiny and Blackest Knights

Hey folks,

I know everybody is waiting for me to release THE TOURNAMENT OF SUPERVILLAINY and I’m extra excited about that. However, in the meantime, I’ve got two new releases which I hope people will check out.

PREDESTINY 

By. C.T. Phipps and Frank Martin

Robbie Stone thought he was on the right side of history. He wanted to make a difference by protesting Butterfly, a megacorporation slowly taking over the United States in the near feature. But after he’s attacked by a group of assassins, Robbie’s rescuer, a mysterious white-haired girl named Jane, makes a startling claim: the assassins were sent to kill Robbie and prevent his fate of becoming a merciless dictator responsible for the genocide of millions across the globe. 

Horrified by his destiny, Robbie must now face a choice: give up his vendetta against Butterfly or risk becoming the worst mass murderer the world has ever seen.

I’ve always been fascinated by time travel morality. In this case, Robbie is the guy who might turn into a monster in the future. Is it right to kill him before he can? Is history more complicated than heroes and villains? Frank and I had a blast writing this. I also got a chance to get in on the Young Adult dystopian sci-fi market. It’s not quite cyberpunk but nicely sets up a world where those qualities are facts of life.

Available at Amazon.com

 BLACKEST KNIGHTS

Edited by C.T. Phipps

Honor is just a word.

Throughout fiction, there have always been heroes who have fallen from grace. Champions of honor, decency, and order who have become villains through some traumatic event or a deep personal flaw. Blackest Knights is a collection of 19 tales by some of independent fantasy’s best authors that follow a collection of those heroes who fell to temptation. From tales of bloody-handed hypocrites to space pirates, you’ll find some truly fascinating works within.

Contains fiction by: David Niall Wilson, C. T. Phipps, James Alderdice, M. L. Spencer, Paul Lavender, Ulff Lehman, A. M. Justice, Matthew Johnson, Matthew Davenport, Frank Martin, Allan Batchelder, Martin Owton, Richard Writhen, Jesse Teller and Michael Suttkus.

I am a huge fan of dark fantasy and grimdark storytelling. More the former than the latter. I’m also a huge fan of independent fantasy writing. So, I decided to combine two great tastes which go great together and make an anthology featuring my favorite indie fantasy authors writing stories about dishonored heroes. Fans of my Bright Falls Mysteries, Straight Outta Fangton, Wraith Knight, and Lucifer’s Star series will also note that I’ve included stories from those worlds inside. Its paperback is already available and the ebook release is on October 20th!

Pre-Order from Amazon.com