Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Echoes of Winter Blitz & Special Giveaway from C.K. Dawn

Thirteen YA Stories -The Perfect Gift for the Holiday Season
PLUS~CK Dawn is offering a Signed Copy of Darkness Echoes
Echoes of Winter
By  
L.A. Starkey, DB Nielsen, CK Dawn, Chess Desalls, D.E.L. Connor, Tim Hemlin, Kelly Hall, W.J. May, Lu J Whitley, K.K. Allen, Kathy-Lynn Cross, K.S. Marsden, Fleur Camacho

Publication Date: November 25, 2015
Publisher: BrixBaxter Publishing
Genre: YA Holiday Anthology
Print Length: 915 pages
Available from: AmazonBarnes & Noble
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Thirteen never before seen YA short stories just in time for the holidays!

Book 1: Twelve Days to Christmas by L.A. Starkey
Book 2: Christmas Seasoning by DB Nielsen
Book 3: Merry Chris Witch by CK Dawn
Book 4: Wrapped in the Past by Chess Desalls
Book 5: Butterflies in the Snow by D.E.L. Connor
Book 6: The Darkest Night of the Year by Tim Hemlin
Book 7: Cold Hearth by Kelly Hall
Book 8: Code X by W.J. May
Book 9: Good Saint Nick by Lu J Whitley
Book 10: Soaring by K.K. Allen
Book 11: A Spirit’s Last Gift by Kathy-Lynn Cross
Book 12: Winter Trials by K.S. Marsden
Book 13: The Edge by Fleur Camacho 

These stories have never been published before and were written specifically for this anthology. Hope you enjoy this wintery adventure!!


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Coffee loving gamer girl, Sci-fi enthusiast, and sneaker wearing advocate. CK Dawn loves to snuggle up with her cats and read, but found writing fantasy stories was even better. In writing, CK has truly found her bliss. Stay tuned, because there will be a lot more to come in the Netherwalker series. Seriously, things have only just begun.

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Did you grab your FREE copy of Echoes of Winter? 

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CK Dawn is offering a SIGNED print copy of Darkness Echoes to ONE Lucky Winner!
Open to US Addresses Only
Ends December 28, 2015
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16 comments:

  1. I read this entire anthology! It is a delightful Seasonal Read! I also read Darkness Echoes....Definitely worth the time!What a group of talented authors! Thanks CK for everything!

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    1. You're very welcome & thank you for all you do for authors. I'm so glad you liked the stories. I tried something a little different in my short story in Echoes of Winter and came at it from a guy's p.o.v. and let me tell you it was super fun to do! I predict I will be doing it again in the near future. :)

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  2. Sledding all day until we were frozen and we would go in and warm up and go out to sled some more.

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  3. Enjoying Christmas with my family.

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  4. When i was a kid and we had a huge blizzard,the next day the whole neighborhood built a giant snowman with a igloo in the bottom ball! It was over 20 ft tall. We played in it for a week.best snow week ever!

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  5. When i was a kid and we had a huge blizzard,the next day the whole neighborhood built a giant snowman with a igloo in the bottom ball! It was over 20 ft tall. We played in it for a week.best snow week ever!

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  6. My favorite winter memory would have to be the year we went to the South Island , I'm from the North Island of New Zealand, and stayed at Castle Hill Village, it looked like something out of a movie, log cabins surrounded by snow and pine trees, it was beautiful

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  7. Decorating the tree with my family.

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  8. The couple times that we got snow on Christmas Eve. After we opened presents we would go sled riding down the side of the bridge. It would be dark and we'd all have flashlights and we had the bridge hill all to ourselves!

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  9. My favorite winter memory is the Yule we went up to Big Bear in California to ride on sleds and camp. My mom and her best friend, no matter where they started at the top of the mountain, always, and I mean always ended up heading for a crash with the same tree!!! Everytime !! They had to dive off the sled so many times they looked like the Abominable Snowman !! They were still in their early 30's so they didn't get hurt, other than their pride.

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  10. My favorite winter memory is the Yule we went up to Big Bear in California to ride on sleds and camp. My mom and her best friend, no matter where they started at the top of the mountain, always, and I mean always ended up heading for a crash with the same tree!!! Everytime !! They had to dive off the sled so many times they looked like the Abominable Snowman !! They were still in their early 30's so they didn't get hurt, other than their pride.

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  11. watching christmas movies and making snowmen

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  12. My favorite childhood memory is how one year my dad left the house on Christmas Eve night and came back right before bedtime with a bucket full of magical snow all the way from the North Pole. The smoke billowed out all over the ground, the ice hissed from within, and it was so powerful that none of us were allowed to touch it. In my child mind's eye he had been gone for such a long time that it had to be true. My dad had traveled to the end of the world for me and my special Christmas gift. It's still magical memory to me. <3

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  13. My favorite wintery memory was when I made my first snow angel at my dad's cousin's house :)

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  14. Definitely my Dad, who has now passed, pulling us around in the sled. Doing giveaway under littlequeenie (at) msn (dot) com

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  15. Christmas at my grandma's and sledding down the hill in her backyard with my cousins.

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