CK Brooks

Biography

Brooks’ currently lives the live of a workamper. She and her husband of 42 years and small black pooch named Shadow call their 37' Simba motorhome their home. From May through October of 2013, home is parked at Moonshine Creek Campground in NC. November find them in Ga, but where they go after that is still a mystery.
They left boon-docking in the desert, and using solar power to juice laptops and furnace fans blowing for the time being. All the trees and rain has been a culture shock, but Brooks is adapting, and finds rock hounding and shadow walking is a good excuse to stretch your legs.

Brooks resigned from the ‘Bill Allen fitness program’ which involved dressing warmly, installing chains on her bus tires and handling thousands of pounds of luggage on a regular basis. She gave up Bill's fitness but now has keys to her own bus, the Simba.

Writing began as an escape from BA’s fitness program and a wild adventure that keeps the mind healthy and very active. ADJ is the second novel to be published with The Murder Channel the third. Brooks’ welcomes your comments and question at http://ckaybrooks.com/blog

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Books

Unexpected Rendezvous
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 82,420. Language: English. Published: December 6, 2011. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
(2.00)
As a female tour bus driver, Jana was not surprised to meet a grumpy sheriff, while she installed snow chains on her bus, but he was surprised to meet her.The chance encounter pushes her life and values into turmoil. Surviving an assassination attempt, the wounded sheriff needs her help to safety, but who is he really and how is he connected to those she loves? Is he a threat or a promise?

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Smashwords book reviews by CK Brooks

  • Flight of the Valkyrie on May 05, 2011

    A good read, interesting concepts but the finish seemed hurried and short on detail
  • Eye of the Beholder on Sep. 17, 2011

    Going through my library and saw I had not review this book. Even now, it brings a smile. It is always fun to see a jerk get his, but the best is seeing a good person recognized for what she is. It was a different time that we can never fulling appreciate. Good read, sweet story.
  • Hell In Texas on Sep. 17, 2011

    The story started out really well, but the author misplaced her plot. Too many side tracks that had nothing to do with the plot and near the end she realized she for to finish and bang bang through out a theory of an ending that left me saying "huh?" Meredith just as it got interesting your character left town and started a diary. Too many places, people and shopping trips that had nothing to do with the story.
  • The Bluejay Shaman on Sep. 17, 2011

    I had mixed feelings about this on. At first I though Alex was a man. Then some of her actions were a little questionable. The author needed to brush up on how women and men interact because it was very obvious at first what was going between Alex and the cop. Their 'relationship' wasn't convincing enough to warrant him following her to save the day. I would have liked to have seen more development there.No, I don't mean sex, I mean something other than hostility. But, that said, I enjoyed the read and hope Lise takes some classes and continues her writing.
  • The Keeping on May 20, 2012

    Great follow up to The Mating. too many loose ends at ending. Then the jump 3 years to bla? Epilog should tie up loose details not give a peek to next novel. Consider a "satisfying" ending plus the 1st chapter of a synopsis of the next book. You gave The Keeping away to prove your writing ability, but should be charging for the books to follow.
  • Whitey's Way on Nov. 02, 2012

    This book has a lot of fast action, interesting twists good writing, but stops occasionally to have sex. OK, I'm about to die and I really love the guy, so having some frenzied sex to make up for time lost before we die is believable, but take a shower and dawdle around in bed before giving into sex before getting a good night's sleep? No, and action stopper for me. The ending was sort of rushed and left too many questions. Was it to lead into a sequel?