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Christa Kinde
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The Threshold Series has begun! It's available in hardcover & e-book formats from Zondervan. A supernatural adventure for ages 11 and up.
Book 1: The Blue Door - Fourteen-year-old Prissie Pomeroy stumbles into an adventure on her way to the mailbox. Invisible doors, angels in disguise, kidnapped comrades, demonic minions, divine messengers, sword fights, winged rescuers, shared dreams, and apple pie.

Book 2: The Hidden Deep - Prissie’s drawn increasingly deeper into a realm where angels oppose demons. A kidnapped apprentice suffers. A chained door bodes ill. A tiny angel makes a big difference. A battle line is drawn. Everything Prissie thought she knew is about to change… again!

Book 3: The Broken Window - releases August 22, 2013

Rough and Tumble is a companion story to the Threshold Series that updates every weekday on my blog. Follow the adventures of Ethan, a young guardian angel whose mischievous charge turns his life upside down. Genres: Comedy, Family Rating: G

Galleries of Stone is now complete and currently free to read on my website!
Story Summary - Freydolf only descends from his mountain when necessity drives him to hunt for a new servant. The villagers thereabouts fear him—with good reason—but when people are too poor and their homes are too crowded, all it takes is a handful of coins to loosen family ties. Tupper is chosen because he’s docile and dull, for in the galleries of a magical master sculptor, boyish curiosity could become a very dangerous thing. Genres: Fantasy, Friendship, Adventure. Rating: PG


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CrowMaiden Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Oh hey, don't mind me. I'm just going to lie here in an incoherent puddle of feelings and hopefully you be able to tell I just read the first book of Galleries of Stone.

In all seriousness though, I adore the story. I spent a couple hours I should have been using to pack to read it because I didn't want to stop. If it is hardbound or is going to become hardbound, I will buy that book in an instant.

Thanks you for a wonderful couple hours of reading <3
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Christa-Kinde Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2013   Writer

Trying out the new comment feature! :heart:

Thumbnail of a commission titled Pomeroys' Folly, an illustration for Book 2 in the Threshold Series, available now from Zondervan Publishing. Book 3's release is right around the corner in September! For more information, visit
Habelol Featured By Owner May 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
i'm only a teen but i am currently writing chapter 3 of my book. i dont have a clue what the story is yet. i am making it up as i go along.should i have a plan?

my first paragraph is this:

The Moon. An echo of what is, what was and what is still to be. Seems so far away. Makes us feel like we shouldn't be here. Like we should be out there exploring. One day we could be. Living, breathing, caring. Where our race would thrive and build a new empire. I was 15.
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Haiku-san Featured By Owner May 29, 2013
I haven't gotten my hands on one of your books yet, but I do like the concept (as I understand it to be) and definitely appreciate that they're written for a younger audience than most stories I've seen of that particular genre.

By any chance, are you familiar with any of the books by Frank Peretti? While doubtless your story carries a far lighter tone than his works, I felt a similar vibe when reading your summaries.
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Bladeheart777 Featured By Owner May 29, 2013
Where did you Publish? I am an aspiring author, and I'd love to know where you published your stories!
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