Ch’kara SilverWolf lives in the beautiful Dandenong Ranges in Victoria, Australia with her ever-patient partner and two beautiful Maine Coon cats.
She travelled around the world in her early twenties worked in the film industry in London for ten years. Then spent a year travelling in America, and after returning to Australia worked in Advertising, as well as doing volunteer work for several years in her spare time, before settling down to write seriously.
Daughter of Light & Dark is her first full length novel, and is the first in a trilogy ‘Prophecy of Nitesh’. She has written many short stories and a few not quite finished novels. Ch'kara has always had a love of fantasy, magik and the esoteric. Her interests are in "storytelling, medieval folk lore & myth, fantasy art".
Ch’kara has always had a love of mystical and fantasy creatures, she loves the characters from her writing, they are like old friends who come alive on the pages.
Some of her favourite authors and artists are Traci Harding, Terry Brooks, Sara Douglass, Kate Forsyth, Selina Fenech, Jessica Galbreth, and Ravynne Phelan
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Smashwords book reviews by Ch'kara SilverWolf
- Adventures of a Southern Girl
on Dec. 28, 2012
I loved this book of short stories, they were told from real life and the telling of them and wonderful descriptions took me to each place and emotion. Some were hilariously funny and I laughed so hard my husband came to check I was ok. While some were sadder and made me really feel for their situations, still I was touched by the depth of emotion that Ms Walker could impart upon the pages of her wonderful book.
I look forward to reading much more from this author and I recommend highly that everyone reads these stories and takes a look into the life of a Southern Girl
on Jan. 24, 2013
This post-apocalyptic sci-fi novel is brilliant. It captured me from the beginning and I could barely put it down.
Dan and his wife and daughter wake to seemingly be the only ones left alive in the world. It is a testimony to how one family strives to keep their humanity intact, and yet adapt to their changing world. I felt their joy when they discovered they were not alone.
The descriptions were so well presented I found myself `there' with Dan and his family. The incorporation of the aliens was well written and descriptive as to make you wanting more. I look forward with anticipation to the next book.
on Feb. 17, 2013
I enjoyed this story even though I normally do not like so much brutality.
I loved Loralil and her ability to rise above the constant hardships and trauma to become a strong and powerful woman. I also very much liked that her uncle and his friends searched tirelessly for her no matter how long it took or losing some of their friends along the way.
I am looking forward to reading the next part of Loralils adventures.