Tim Waggoner is a novelist and college professor. His original novels include the Nekropolis series, Cross County, Darkness Wakes, Pandora Drive, and Like Death. His tie-in novels include The Lady Ruin series and the Blade of the Flame trilogy, both for Wizards of the Coast. He’s also written fiction based on Stargate: SG-1, Doctor Who, A Nightmare on Elm Street, the videogame Defender, Xena the Warrior Princess, and others. He’s published over one hundred short stories, some of which are collected in Broken Shadows and All Too Surreal. His articles on writing have appeared in Writer’s Digest, Writers’ Journal and other publications.
He teaches composition and creative writing at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio and is a faculty mentor in Seton Hill University’s Master of Arts in Writing Popular Fiction program in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.
“There are moments of Earth-shattering violence, a bit of social commentary, as well as non-stop action. In the end, all of this insanity makes perfect sense, which actually scares the hell out of me. Here’s my recommendation for reading Dream Stalkers , just check your disbelief at the door and enjoy the ride.”
– Frank Michael Serrington
“Waggoner’s detailed world is so intricate the reader can imagine almost every tangible detail of the Land of Nod, picture the incubi hospital known as the Sick House, and even mentally conjure vehicles such as the Death Mobile.
For kids who grew up with The Addams Family, The Munsters and other twisted fare Dream Stalkers will feel right at home.”
“If you like clowns, nightmares, to read about dreams, and the meaning of life; then I recommend you to read Dream Stalkers by Tim Waggoner.”
– Open Book Society
“For the fact that this is a book about nightmares, this is a really comic story and the world felt fully imagined. There are a lot of concepts to get your head around, but if you enjoy urban fantasy then I would recommend this series. It is quite fast paced, but I found that there was enough going on without the plot feeling bloated. Where Audra and Jinx go from here, I cannot say, but I figure it will be one hell of a crazy intense journey.”
– Fantasy Book Review
“I loved this book — Waggoner’s world building is unique and engaging. I loved all of the characters that he created, including the villains.”
– Ami’s Hoard