Nathan Wilson spent much of his childhood writing fantasy after reading a short story by his sister. Almost fifteen years later, he published his first novel, The Undying God.
Nathan's writing branched out in mystery and horror when he hammered out Red Widow in 2013. Hailed by readers as fast-paced, engaging, edgy, and terrifying, it introduced forensic sleuth Vivian Xu and investigative journalist Camilla Vesely to the world. The Vivian Xu series twists and turns through an underworld of crime in its sequels Arsenic for the Soul, All Her Wounds, and Death Perfected.
Nathan returned to his fantasy roots with Obsidian Wraith in 2021. Set in ancient Japan during the Genpei War, it is a heartfelt exploration of grief, mortality, and hope.
When Nathan isn't writing, he enjoys learning about Asian culture, listens to German heavy metal, and plays with his cats, Rory Kilronan Wilson and Tristan Armaugh Eder. He is also known to disappear to Taiwan whenever the opportunity presents itself.