C.K. Rieke

Having grown up in the suburbs of Kansas, but never having seen a full tornado or a yellow brick road, I have been told more than my fair share of times while traveling, ‘You’re not in Kansas anymore.’ I just respond, ‘Never heard that one,’ with a smile.

In the ‘burbs’ though, I found my passion for reading fantasy stories early. Reading books with elves, orcs and monsters took my young imagination to different worlds I wanted to live in.

Now, I create my own worlds. Not so much in the elves and orc vein, but more in the heroes versus dragons one— there’s a difference, right?

For more information about the author, please visit: CKRieke.com. Get his story, Parallel Princess, in Hidden Magic.

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Everything she thought she knew about reality is about to turn upside down . . .

Princess Fallon’s life in the castle has been dreamy, but now her castle lay under siege by an army and she must make a choice: Should she stay at her home to face the encroaching army or use a spell that will sweep her off to another world?

There’s a catch though… why is there always a catch…? In this dark fairy tale, things aren’t always as they seem— especially when magic is involved. Find out what happens in Hidden Magic.

Published by Melinda Kucsera

Melinda Kucsera writes fantastic short stories, novels, and books when not being kidnapped by dragons or chased by armies of fictional creatures. (Her characters do, on occasion, rescue her.) She leaves the running of her newsletter to a cast of lovable characters who hog her inbox. Enough about her, it’s us you’re really interested in, her cast of characters. Join us every week for a new story at www.mkucsera.com/welcomecharacters. Over 15,000 readers have enjoyed their fight to survive and thrive as they straddle the often blurry line between fiction and reality. Let them take you on an adventure behind and between the scenes. Sign up at www.mkucsera.com/welcomecharacters to experience our weekly shenanigans. Go where no book or newsletter has gone before!

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