Triumph Over Tragedy Welcomes Tim Marquitz

Tim Marquitz is an author I thank Twitter for.

You see, it was a Twitter discussion with two fellow bloggers (Bastard Books and Only The Best SciFi) that got me reading his books. That first book turned out to be my slippery slope. I fell in love with his writing and his fantastic twist on a very exhausted urban fantasy genre. Marquitz somehow took urban fantasy, a genre that I rarely ever have anything good to say about, and made me look at it differently and respect it for what it could be and what he made of it.

He’s a very nice guy with a great online presence and quite a list of published books under his belt. I’m honored to welcome him to Triumph Over Tragedy, and I was beyond thrilled when he approached me about donating a story to the anthology. Not only did he donate a story, but he wrote a brand new one for all of you lovely readers.

I’ve read it (several times now). It’s quite good, so be excited. Marquitz is a hell of an author, and Triumph Over Tragedy will benefit with his involvement.

Please check out this link to learn more about Triumph Over Tragedy and how you can help.

About the Author

Raised on a diet of Heavy Metal and bad intentions, Tim Marquitz has always been interested in writing, but it wasn’t until about 1995 the urge became a compulsion. However, it would be many years later before the ability matched the interest. Fortunately, the two have reconciled…mostly.

Writing a mix of the dark perverse, the horrific, and the tragic, tinged with sarcasm and biting humor, he looks to leave a gaping wound in the minds of his readers like his inspirations: Clive Barker, Jim Butcher, and Stephen King.

A former grave digger, bouncer, and dedicated metalhead, Tim is a huge fan of Mixed Martial Arts, and fighting in general.

He lives in Texas with his beautiful wife and daughter.

You can learn more about the author and his books on his website or follow him on Twitter and Facebook.


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