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About Jae Mazer
Jae Mazer is a Canadian who was born in Victoria, British Columbia, and grew up in the prairies of Northern Alberta. After spending the majority of her life in the Great White North, she migrated south to Texas. She is a connoisseur and creator of horror, science fiction, and fantasy. Many moons ago, a rampant love of reading led her to believe she could weave a good tale herself, and now she is an award-winning author with ten novels under her belt, as well as stories published in various anthologies.
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"By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes." -- William Shakespeare
Drowning in a sea of despair and fear, young Abbey struggles through her childhood alone and afraid. She lives on an isolated acreage with a cold and abusive family, spending her time afraid and miserable in her solitude.
But is she truly alone?
Abbey’s brother has convinced her that there is a witch living in their basement. Everyone knows it’s just a wicked story told for the sake of torment, but Abbey can’t help wondering if there really is something horrible and terrifying lurking beneath the stairs, watching, waiting…
CRONE is a tale of a witch that hides in the dark corners of the mind and deep in the shadows of life. It is a tumultuous journey filled with pain and joy, blood and smiles, suffering and relief, monsters and magic. Come along with Abbey as she escapes her childhood and is thrust into adulthood, followed by the ghosts of her past, and a fairytale that couldn’t possibly be real.
Death is imminent for Layla Carsten. She is hopeless, depressed, tired. She decides to welcome death on her own terms.
But death has other plans.
Thrust into a horrific and fantastical afterlife, Layla is forced to make a choice: life, death, or the dark unknown?
The Feathered is the first of Jae Mazer’s Tales From Ramnon, folk horror stories centered around the fictional afterlife of Fort Ramnon, and the creatures that reside there.
Every night, Sisters Saoirse and Imogen beg their Dadai to read to them from an old story book, Tales From Ramnon. They’re entranced by the mythical creatures described within its weathered pages.
But when tragedy devastates their blissful childhood, the book is closed, and the sisters are forced to cope with a loss darker than they could have ever imagined.
As Saoirse and Imogen grow into adults, they attempt to navigate their lives in County Cork, Ireland. But phantoms from their past have followed them, lurking in the shadows and wailing in the night. In desperation, one sister turns to drugs to quiet the horrors, while the other embarks on a journey to seek answers from the fables and myths of their childhood.
This is a folk horror story about addiction, loss and pain, family and love, and the possibility of creatures beyond our understanding.
Sometimes the stories are real.
The Wailed is another of Jae Mazer’s Tales from Ramnon, stories centered around the fictional afterlife of Fort Ramnon, and the creatures that reside there.
Caught in a toxic marriage, Nell waits for something to give, wishing for it to end. But is her husband merely abusive, or is he something else? Something worse?
This is a folklore tale set in the prairies of Alberta, Canada, where the most terrifying legends are based in fact. Join Nell as she scrambles to stay afloat in a crumbling life and abusive marriage, all while navigating the horrors of both a fantastical monster and a notorious killer.
The Consumed is another of Jae Mazer’s Tales from Ramnon, stories centered around the fictional afterlife of Fort Ramnon, and the creatures that reside there.
People are disappearing in the small community of Picton.
It's not big news in the city where Freya lives, but when she stumbles across the story in her local newspaper, whispers from her guilt-ridden childhood call her back to the life she thought she'd escaped decades ago. Answering the summons of her own murky history, Freya journeys home to reunite with her long-lost best friend and her one remaining family member at the farm she once ran away from in the middle of the night. As soon as she arrives, she finds both twisted memories and fresh horrors waiting for her: killers, ghosts, and something dark that waits at the edge of the woods, hungry for blood and suffering. Freya must decide if she's willing to face the demons of her past and her present-and if she's prepared for the cost of fighting.
Deep in the darkest den, a pair of demented minds are at work, writing together, producing macabre tales ranging from dark comedy to hard horror. From stalking swans to visceral Hellscapes, charmed dojos to speculative westerns, there is something between these covers to intrigue and horrify a wide array of readers.
One thing’s for sure: when Raney and Mazer get together and create, there is never a dull moment. This collection contains a taste of each author, showcasing their unique styles and approaches to storytelling.
Tales from the Den is a smattering of short stories, flash fiction, and screenplays from a pair of writers-turned-best friends who love the craft of storytelling. They also solve murders in their spare time, but that’s a story for another day…
Mark Ripley is a detective driven from the force by an explosion that left him with a life-altering disability. He spiraled into a crippling depression, costing him his marriage, his family, and his friendships. To stay afloat, Ripley takes on the role of freelance consultant for the homicide department, working alongside his former friend and partner to solve unusual and heinous crimes.
One evening, Ripley is called out to the scene of a horrific crime, the first in a series of terrifying events involving a serial killer with a penchant for mutilation of the senses.
Can Mark Ripley overcome the trauma of his disability and out-of-control life in time to stop a madman, or will his downward spiral consume him, feeding him to the killer’s savage, psychotic brutality?
The first in a series, Ripples of Silence was written by father-daughter team, Gerry and Jae Mazer, based on a character created by Gerry Mazer.
Death is welcome here…
Come peruse the beasts within. This collection is filled with short stories and flash fiction that is gouged by talons, covered in feathers, slick with scales, coiled in tentacles, stripped of flesh, and even tainted by the beasts we call human. You’ll find cancer treatments gone horribly awry, a homeless child who hides more than her face behind her scraggly hair, an old western villain who isn’t quite what she seems, and a pair of women who learn to spread their wings and fly. You’ll find beasts you couldn’t conjure in your worst nightmares in places you never would have imagined they’d hide. So peek inside that dark room, take that walk through the woods, creep down that alley, stroll on that dark beach, and come face-to-face with beasts as beautiful as they are horrible.