Merry Chris Witch

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Magic is real and dreams do come true...Be careful what you Witch for. More
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About CK Dawn

Have you ever watched a cat stare at a wall, tracking something’s movements-- something invisible that sent shivers down your spine? Did it seem as if they were able to sense dark shadows lurking where the veil between worlds and reality thins? That’s precisely where the idea for the Netherwalker Series came from for CK Dawn!

Readers' Favorite award winning author, coffee loving gamer girl, and Sci-fi enthusiast, CK Dawn always loved to snuggle up with her cat Hagrid (the shadow-seer) and read. But found writing was her bliss. So, a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away CK let her unique modern tale of knights and Camelot dancing in her head take form and fly with Cloak of Shadows, her award winning debut novel. Now, you can find CK writing in the witching hours with Hagrid by her side while being distracted far too often by social media. There's more to come in the Netherwalker Series so stay tuned. Seriously, the story has only just begun.

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Review by: E Scott on Dec. 28, 2018 :
A silly YA Christmas fantasy short that's enjoyable enough in it's own way.

What happens when two cynical misfits at stuck in a Christmas-obsessed magic school get caught up in all things Christmas? Chris is a witch, Nicole... isn't. But both can snark and bunk off school like the best of them. They both have magical secrets, and they're going to have to use them if Christmas is going to hapen. What a shame they both aren't all that into the "holiday spirit" thing.

Yes, it's twee and commercial American Christmas, but I did like the move-with-the-times attitude of some of the magical characters. There's a bit of a rush towards the middle of the story, which was a shame since the set up worked well. There's also a couple of grammar niggles about the dialogue (plus some repetitive lazy-teen swearing). But still it works as a short story, one that resolves well with the epilogue. Best suited for a young adult audience - think a more teenage Rise of the Guardians!
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Review by: A. J. Henry on Sep. 5, 2016 :
CK has created a magical parallel world coexisting within human milieu which populated by fairies and witches and all things make-believe. This is a delightful Christmas tale and one with a touch of romance.
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