K. Weikel uses her three-dimensional characters to tell stories of life and adventure and magic.
"The One-Hundred" won the Wattys Award in 2015 and has reached over two million reads. Weikel has also won the 2017 Writers Awards for Building Monsters. She is currently working on several new books and her first graphic novel "Katharsis". She has written a total of 48 books. To learn more, visit her website: http://www.kweikel.com
When did you first start writing?
I've been writing and telling stories my whole life. I completed my first book when I was eight ("The Haunted Mansion").
What are you working on next?
Right now, I'm working on writing 24 books in 1 year. It's more of an experiment than anything, but I'm super stoked for it. I'm mainly working on finishing the Replay Series, right now!
Sara believed she was just like everybody else until she began having recurring nightmares of a man attempting to murder her.
As Sara begins to uncover the truth about herself, she realizes she has little time to figure out how to stop the man that is coming after her and figure out what happened the night she was put into a coma.
You wake up in an unfamiliar room, trapped on the second story with only a window for escape. Blood is on the nightstand next to you and there's a note with a warning and an address, an address that will lead you to a shop filled with deadly secrets. Those secrets could be the key to unlocking your memory... one you might not want back.
All questions will come to the brink... and then everything will tumble down.
Every human baby is killed beneath the waves-with one exception: the one hundred thousandth is spared.
Among them, there are those chosen by the moon or sea, an ancient magic sweeping over them. They are called the One-Hundreds. But when one of the gifted rises, the darkness chases after her and hunts her down, loving her for his own selfish desires while another boy who's given up on love is drawn to her.
Unless Cressa-la can bring the darkness to his knees and fight the war raging inside of her, the world is doomed.
Welcome to the Blood Room, where nobody has ever been found. And a warning, my dear: don't struggle; it'll only make time drag
. 1 - Ending changes at chapter 15. Over twelve thousand words make up this first alternate ending.
. 2 - Ending changes at chapter 21. Over twelve thousand words make up this first alternate ending.
. 3 - Ending changes at chapter 15. Over twenty-two thousand words make up this first alternate ending.
K. Weikel created this series when she was only eight, and aspired to be a writer. These books are only a fraction of her works growing up, and she wanted to share them with everyone, hoping it would inspire people to write at young ages. The books are about two girls--one is a ghost, and the other is a human. Strange things have been happening, and they don't understand why.
Currently, she is adding to the series with a more grown-up approach, incorporating the horror and paranormal aspects she has always wanted the series to have. The strange, somewhat confusing world of The Haunted Mansion is about to get a whole lot easier to understand.
Aspen is a sick girl--always has been. So when it's decided she'll be this month's sacrifice to the sky monsters, she isn't surprised. She believes that if she survives until daylight, she can return home. What kind of creature would want something that's only bones, anyway?
The sea is like ink, rippling in the light of the crescent moon overhead. A figure emerges from the depths, slowly walking onto the shore, its gaze locked onto the forest ahead. Oil-black scales cover its warped humanoid body like a wet suit. Five floating islands rest high over the sea.
Nord is a mess, so to speak. Until Sephira, a gorgeous alien from the Planets Bord shows up saying she's transferred her super-powers into him and it's up to Nord to save the universe... in two months?! With no confidence, no self-with, and no muscle mass, Nord isn't really sure what he can do to save anyone... but he'd better figure it out!
"We are our own Reapers."
Comfortable. Privileged. Happy.
Three things I no longer understand; three things I can no longer fathom. Chaos and mayhem overwhelm this room as we are used as guinea pigs for a mass experiment.
SAMENESS, WHAT WE STRIVED FOR SO LONG TO ACHIEVE. BUT WHAT IF YOU'RE DESTINED TO BE DIFFERENT?
> What happens when, in a wold of people knocked down and stood up to be exactly alike, a person wants to be different? What if they're destined to be unique in a world of strict equality?
Comfortable. Privileged. Happy.
Three things I no longer understand; three things I can no longer fathom. Chaos and mayhem overwhelm this room as we are used as guinea pigs for a mass experiment. An experiment that involves mass murder.
It's Halloween night, the night Megan can finally see what's going on inside of that old mansion at the end of her street. But things don't turn out the way she thought they would. She returns the next morning, only to meet her fate, and - a change of weather? No. A change of her.
Eenralla Land lives in a Dome.
That Dome is run by the Government.
The Government has a secret.
A secret Eenralla gets herself entangled in.
It all started when she touched the wall...
Books 1, 2, & 3!
Every baby is killed beneath the waves--with one exception. The one-hundred thousandth lives.
Revisit the world of Cressa-la and Tamir in this three-book bundle! It includes The One-Hundred, Untouched Water, and Tamir.
Nightmares have visited her every night for as long as she can remember. She would draw them out, hoping they'd disappear from her mind. Sometimes it worked, other times it didn't.
And then, one normal day, the characters from these dreams of terror materialize, making Krystal question both reality and her sanity.
It's time to wake up.
Eenralla lived in a Dome,
That Dome was controlled by the Government.
The Government had a secret.
That secret is out now, thanks to Eenralla.
But now it doesn't matter...
Her brain isn't even hers.
Will she ever get it back?
The End Times Alert
on April 12, 2017
Thanks for enlightening me on the moons!I was curious when it was happening that year, but I never really got a straight answer from things, let alone a Biblical answer.