Christopher Katava was born and raised in the northwest edge of Los Angeles. Growing up near a park with a magical small stream and an abundance of open space provided him with a deep appreciation for nature that became a core value, not only to his writing, but to his life in general.
Christopher’s life path has shown him glimpses of a spiritual unity and respect for all life, and led him to start writing some pretty bad poetry at a young age. Fortunately, he’s improved in that department, but his main focus is writing short, slice of life stories and novels covering a broad range of genres.
One of the first memorable reading experiences he had was a collection of Aesop’s Fables which taught him writing could be entertaining and educational at the same time. He strives to accomplish this feat in his own works these days.
Rise of First World
by Christopher Katava
While looking for a new home for his tribe, Iain teams up with a fierce woman warrior and a mysterious Seraphim to battle dragons and an evil sorcerer. Drawn into a maze of interwoven realms, he realizes he must still discover the one attribute the Hue-man tribes possess that can save them all from extinction.
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