2018 Black History Month Author Appreciation: Lori Titus

For Black History Month 2018 we here at BlackSci-Fi.com want to celebrate a group of black speculative fiction authors who are killing the game with a wide variety of quality speculative fiction including science fiction, fantasy, steam funk, sword and soul, and horror. These are the men and women (from past and present) whose imaginations soar in creating some of the most creative speculative fiction content out there. If you’re looking for some good books to read, and a creative way to celebrate Black History Month, look no further.

Editors Note: We know there’s many more kick butt authors out there than 28, so please be happy to know we will focus on these authors throughout the coming year.

11.  Lori Titus

From the author’s Amazon page: “USA Today Bestselling Author and Bram Stoker Award Finalist Lori Titus is a Californian with an affinity for speculative fiction. Her work explores mysticism and reality, treading the blurred line between man and monster. She thrives on coffee and daydreams when she isn’t writing or plotting out her next story.

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: The Marradith Ryder Series (Books 1 and 2), and three novellas in the same world: The Culling, Marradith, Darkly, and The Moon Goddess.

Horror: The Vampire Diaries (Bennett Witch Chronicles)– Chrysalis Lights, Blood Relations, The Bell House, Lazarus, and Hailey’s Shadow and Sycorax’s Daughters.

Post-Apocalyptic: Two books with co-author Crystal Connor under the pen-name Connor Titus:
The Guardians of Man and The End is Now.”

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