Music for elevators (2002) Anthony Stewart Head (Amber as guest vocal)
Buffy the vampire slayer: once more with feeling (2001)
Rocky Horror 25th anniversary special (2000)
Amongst other CDs she has produced herself, she has an amazing voice to get to the store page and buy, buy, buy!!
The Golden Age of Death (2013)
My name is Calliope Reaper-Jones (Callie to my friends). I’m Death’s Daughter and—as of very recently—the (reluctant) head of my father’s company, Death, Inc.
I was gradually learning how to be a businesswoman. Had the power suits and shoes down, though the day to day was slow going. Then I was blindsided by Enemies Unknown and sent off to I-don’t-know-where. Not a good thing.
Now not only must my friends and family be frantic, but without a CEO, Death, Inc., can’t function. With the newly deceased left free to roam the Earth, it’s the zombie apocalypse come true.
I’ve got to get back—for my sake and the sake of, oh, all humanity…
How To Be Death (2012)
All Calliope Reaper-Jones ever wanted out of life was a fabulous job in New York City and a really hot boyfriend. But now, she’s the brand-new President of Death, Inc. With the Board of Death breathing down her neck and her dad’s copy of How to be Death (A Fully Annotated Guide) unopened, Callie’s really feeling the tension. And when the guide book is stolen at a fancy formal dinner, Callie has to figure out how to be the boss–before the powers held within the book get out and destroy humanity forever…
Serpent’s storm (2011)
Calliope just wants to make it big in the Big Apple like any other working girl. But Callie is also Death’s Daughter, no matter how much she tries to stay out of the family business. And now her older sister has made a deal with the Devil himself to engage in a hostile takeover of both Death Inc. and Heaven-once they get Callie out of the way.
Cat’s claw (2010)
Calliope Reaper-Jones is Death’s Daughter. She owes a debt to Cerberus, the three headed dog that guards the gate’s of hell-a debt that involves a trip to Purgatory, Las Vegas, ancient Egypt, and a discount department store that’s more frightening than any supernatural creature she’ll ever encounter.
Death’s daughter (2009)
Calliope Reaper-Jones, who doesn’t want to be daddy’s little girl anymore…Calliope Reaper-Jones so just wanted a normal life: buying designer shoes on sale, dating guys from Craig’s List, web-surfing for organic dim-sum for her boss…But when her father – who happens to be Death himself – is kidnapped, and the Devil’s Protege embarks on a hostile takeover of the family business, Death, Inc., Callie returns home to assume the CEO mantle – only to discover she must complete three nearly impossible tasks in the realm of the afterlife first.
Accursed: ghosts of Albion novels (2005) with Christopher Golden
Even death could not stop Britain’s greatest defenders. In 1838, William and Tamara Swift inherit a startling legacy from their dying grandfather, transforming them into the Protectors of Albion, mystical defenders of the soul of England. But the shocked, neophyte sorcerers also inherit unique allies in their battle against the dark forces. Fighting alongside them are the famous–even infamous–Ghosts of Albion: Lord Byron, Queen Bodicea, and Lord Admiral Nelson. When strange and hideous creatures appear in the slums of London, an unholy plague threatens to launch an epic battle that may rage all the way to Buckingham Palace … and beyond. Time is running out as William and Tamara must learn whether their friends will stand beside them, or seduce and betray them.
Witchery: ghosts of Albion novels (2006) with Christopher Golden
Before you can save Albion, you must destroy the poison in its black heart. William and Tamara Swift’s newfound sorcerous powers as Protectors of Albion pale before the demonic forces threatening Britannia. But William and Tamara have formidable allies in Lord Byron, Queen Bodicea, and Lord Admiral Nelson–England’s noble, notorious Ghosts of Albion. Responding to a plea from Cornwall, Tamara discovers that the rumors of young women, both human and fairy, vanishing without a trace are horribly true. Instead of hard clues, she uncovers only whispers of witches, infernal abductions, and a pyre of innocents planned for the solstice. Indeed, Tamara has never faced a more dangerous task–for the legendary land of King Arthur’s Camelot also harbors dark, bloody deeds and a waking evil. Soon nothing, not even mighty Albion, will be safe from the deadly peril.
Shadowplay (2006) with Ashley Wood and Ben Timplesmith
This special collection presents the fantastic art of Ashley Wood and Ben Templesmith under one cover. In “Demon Father John’s Pinwheel Blues,” Amber Benson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Tara) and Ben craft a tale of a syndicate of vampire street children that is turned upside down by new recruit Pinwheel. In “Shunt,” Christina Z and Ash present the tale of the perfect woman, who gives up the perfect life to uncover
a heinous human slavery ring run by an elite group of vampires. Vampires who transform their beautiful female victims into the most sensually marketable product. Within the torture and depravity lies a twisted tale of obsessive passion and furious loyalty.
Initiation: ghosts of Albion novels (2006) with Christopher Golden and Tom Canty
In October, 2005, Del Rey will publish the first full length Ghosts of Albion novel, Accursed. Subterranean Press recently published the novella Astray, which was the second Ghosts of Albion adventure. Now, in this exclusive book, you can get the rest of William and Tamara Swift’s early adventures in one place. For the first time ever, Initiation will collect the full scripts for the two hour-long BBC animated adventures of Ghosts of Albion.
The seven whistlers (2006) with Christopher Golden
Legends say that on stormy nights, or on sunsets, there sometimes comes a strange whistling noise in the sky, followed by sightings of enormous black dogs. But these are no ordinary dogs. They are demonic things, hounds loose from the Wild Hunt, and they are searching for lost souls. Ill fortune will befall any who encounter them, one by one. They are rarely sighted more than one at a time, and if all seven should come together, it will mean the end of the world.
In the picturesque New England town of Kingsbury, Vermont, a young woman named Rose Kerrigan mourns the death of her grandfather, the sweet but strange old man who raised her. She’s never been able to get along with her cold, distant grandmother.
In the wake of Walter Kerrigan’s death, the town is beset with strange occurrences, stormy weather, and eerie whistling in the night skies. Sightings of a huge, black hound are reported, followed by incidents of terribly bad luck, accidents, and unpleasant coincidences. Perhaps this is why Rose’s grandmother has been acting so strange — in addition to
her grief, she’s deeply unsettled by the goings-on in Kingsbury. At least, this is what Rose and her tight-knit group of friends believe, when they discuss such things at the coffee house where they hang out together. Some of these friends — people Rose has known her whole life — have experienced some of the unpleasant, and yet also wonderfully strange, events happening in town. Weird, magical stuff.
Soon, Rose will learn the legend of the Seven Whistlers. They’ve come to Kingsbury, Vermont, in search of a soul that has been hidden from them, and they will not leave without it. First there was one, then two…but now, as Rose becomes more and more anxious, people see three of them together, and then four. If they don’t find what they’re
looking for soon, perhaps all seven will gather in Kingsbury. And if all seven should come together….
Four letter worlds (2005) with Joe Casey, Chynna Clugston-Major, and Jay Faerber
Love. Hate. Fear. Fate. Four words that define our lives in different ways. Four words that lie at the heart of all our experiences. Four words that have long inspired artists to craft their most resonant work. Four-Letter Worlds examines how these four little words define our individual worlds in very big ways. This brand new anthology features sixteen original short stories by twenty six renowned creators, including Joe Casey, Chynna Clugston-Major, Antony Johnston, Phil Hester, Jim Mahfood, Scott Morse, and Andi Watson.
Buffy the vampire slayer: Willow and Tara (2003) with Christopher Golden, Terry Moore, and Andi Watson
Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s own Amber “Tara” Benson takes up scripting duties on these collected stories of everyone’s favorite Wiccan couple with the help of writer Christopher Golden (Angel, Buffy TVS: The Watcher’s Guide, BPRD). This volume will collect the Willow and Tara one-shot “WannaBlessedBe” drawn by Terry Moore, the two-part Willow and Tara: “Wilderness” story and Andi Watson’s two- part Willow and Tara comic strip featured in Dark Horse Extra!