April 24, 2019 at 3:12 am #1103
C. H. Knyght lives in the brr-end of Minnesota with her multitude of fur-babies and a library house. (Seriously, there’s books everywhere, and usually a pile in the car.)
When she’s not writing, she drawing to feed the other half of her creative soul.
Knyght writes mostly fantasy or anything with a twist of magic or the paranormal. To date, she has published the first two books of a fantasy shapeshifter trilogy “Nightvision: Twilight Shadows, and Midnight Sands”. Illustrated editions are in progress. A number of her short stories are published in anthologies. She also has a quartet of character workbooks out.
Attachments:April 24, 2019 at 8:43 pm #1137
There is a darkness spreading across the land, war. A war none were prepared to face, or stop. Living in a land of relative peace, none of the ruling shifter families command armies, so when one of their own turn against them, one by one they fall into his enslavement. Dante, a prince struggling to uphold the weight of his father’s crown, is happy slinking about in his wolf form and avoiding the disapproving glares of his council. When Nakai begs him for sanctuary, she brings with her tales of the darkest magic as mad royal wields it in a wave of bloodshed. Together, can they find a way to stop the serpent prince before he poisons the magic of their homes? The debut book of author C. H. Knyght, and the first in the Nightvision Trilogy.This is not urban fantasy or paranormal, it pure fantasy set in an alternate world. If you’ve read and enjoyed “Masques” by Patricia Briggs, “The Silvered” By Tanya Huff, or the “Kiesha’ra” series by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes then give Nightvision a try!April 25, 2019 at 10:08 pm #1162
In this second exhilarating book of magic and shapeshifters, a prince without an elemental, and a princess with an untamed power, search for the key to saving their world. Dante and Nakai fight to stop Prince Kobrona as the taint of his death magic continues to poison the Mother’s roots. The hour of Communion draws near. Separated and lost, they struggle to survive in the labyrinth of tunnels beneath the mountains. Vital knowledge lies at their fingertips, if only they can reach it, but time is running out.These shapeshifters do not prowl the streets of urban fantasy but the fantastical land of the Mother’s realm. If you’ve read and enjoyed “Masques” by Patricia Briggs, “The Silvered” By Tanya Huff, or the “Kiesha’ra” series by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes then give the Nightvision Trilogy a try!April 25, 2019 at 10:19 pm #1163
Enhance your characters with the strong bones of details that will support them through their journey. From four to fourteen pages per section, this workbook spans the distance from main to minor characters, with every question in between to enhance their details. Keep your series characters together in one book for easy access.May 16, 2019 at 2:43 am #1690
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Interesting concept. Keep up the good work.May 16, 2019 at 11:26 pm #1751
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