Sci-fi , Fantasy, and best known for Nightlord series
Garon Whited writes novels and various short stories and shows no signs of stopping. Having fought zombie dolphins, quasi-corporeal spirits, and brain-sucking mole rats, he is uniquely qualified to write fantastic fiction. His first book, “Nightlord: Sunset,” features a human physics teacher who is turned into a vampire against his will and proceeds to go on fantastical adventures
Novels by Garon Whited
-The Nightlord Series
Sunset: When Sasha is killed, Eric is thrust into an alternate world in his quest to avenge her death. There he becomes a Nightlord, fights a dragon with the help of his magical steed, Bronze, and upchucks a sword named Firebrand.
Shadows: “I’ve awakened in a stone box about the size of a large coffin… I’m filthy, everything aches, and, by the various so-called gods, I smell awful. “I’ve woken up in worse places.
Orb: We all have inner demons. We fight them all the time. Some of us achieve inner peace by coming to terms with them. But how do you come to terms with inner demons that tear free and become outer demons?
Knightfall: It’s not easy, being King. You can’t always rule a kingdom and still do what needs to be done. Eric–or King Halar, also known as the Demon King–has more than enough problems without the crown
Void: Eric–or King Halar, or Vlad, or any number of aliases–doesn’t want to be bothered. It’s hard to pin down what he does want, if anything.
Mobius: Faced with war and the end of the world, Eric–or Halar the First, King of Karvalen–must find a way to stop a godlike entity bent on his destruction.
Fugue: “Eric–part-time king, quasi-avatar, and unconventional wizard–has an epic quest before him.
He must return to his lost kingdom to save it, slay a creature claiming to be a god, and navigate the terrible risks of a paradox that could undo everything! And to top it off, he’s trying to raise a daughter. Nobody said being a vampire was going to be easy, but none of this was in the brochure!”
Dragonhunters: You don’t become a hero for the money. The money’s nice, sure, but you become a hero because something inside compels you.
Luna: “It’s the end of the world, and I have the best seat in the house.” Armageddon has arrived. It’s not as bad as we thought.
Garon has been interviewed by
The Goblin’s Corner Podcast
Additional Speaking Topics
His Nighlord Series
His last book: Fugue
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