Historical Fiction, Mystery Adventure, Memoir -
Books & More
The Rose Series
More Historical Fiction
The Agnes Kelly Series
- Book I
- Book II
- Book III
The Chakra Fairies have a gift for you!
The seven chakra fairies in Chakra Magic have come together just for you to share some important information that will help you every day of your life.
What you will learn in Chakra Magic:
the energy centers in the body have been a part of many cultures for a very long time.
the color associated with each chakra.
what the energy in each chakra can affect in your life every day.
multiple ways to help balance your own chakras to help they work better.
Included is a simple, step-by-step meditation to help your chakras work better. And as an Added Bonus - Christine has included an exercise you can do to learn to actually feel your own energy. You can do this on your own or with a friend or family member.
Christine is a writer, reader, author, editor, book designer and publisher. She enjoys writing and helping others publish the book of their dreams through her publishing company: CKBooks Publishing. She started writing stories in college (a while ago!) and hasn’t stopped since.
Christine lives in the Wisconsin countryside with her husband and animals.
Her first book: Rosebloom, won a national IPPY award in 2008 for historical fiction, her 2014 book: Will the Real Carolyn Keene Please Stand Up was a finalist for a Midwest Book Award and in 2016 Intrigue in Istanbul: An Agnes Kelly Mystery Adventure won a 2016 Moonbeam Children’s Award and in 2017 a Midwest Book Award.
...an excellent blend and deftly written look at 1930s America in between the Great Depression and the second Great War highly recommended for fans of coming of age fiction....
Midwest Book Review
Of the Author:
(Christine is) a soulful and lively writer.
Independent Publisher's Award
For Will the Real Carolyn Keene Please Stand Up:
... Keleny offers readers a behind-the-scenes look at the dedicated and determined creators of the series. She also reveals the competing and often conflicting visions each author had for Nancy. This novel is entertaining, smart, and exceptionally well researched. It is certain to interest anyone who is curious about the surprising mystery behind the Nancy Drew mysteries
Jenna Nelson, PhD
For Intrigue in Istanbul:
That Agnes is drawn to a copy of To Kill a Mockingbird in an airport bookshop feels only too apt. She is a Scout Finch from the Upper Midwest, a little older, but with the same qualities of curiosity, courage, and boldness of heart. Like Scout, she engages the reader directly--and her digressive moments are wildflowers scattered throughout the text. I am old enough to be Agnes' grandfather, but I felt as if she speaks to me as readily as she does to her YA peers. A skillful feat of authorial ventriloquism.
Retired English Professor
News & Events
Rockford Iqra School
Talk to middle and high school students about "Intrigue in Istanbul" and writing
UW Madison Writer's Institute
April 4 - 6
Presenting on Editing and Self-Publishing
Offer one-on-one critiques
Central 52 - Pizza and Ice Cream
- through Argyle Public Library -
Speaking on writing and Q & A
Summer School Class
Teaching Writing and Publishing to grade and middle school children
New Glarus Elementary School
New Glarus Book Expo
Sunday, September 1st
New Glarus, WI
Swiss UCC Church, 4th Ave
Fox Cities Book Festival
Oct 7-13 (specific day and time TBA)
Will speak at the Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library on Carolyn Keene.
Lake Mills Fall Fest
Sunday, Oct. 6th, 9-3
Lake Mills, WI
UFO Days Craft and Vendor Fair
Oct 26th, Belleville, WI
9 -3 p.m.
Art, Craft and Vendor Sale
Christkindlmarkt - Old World Holiday Market
November 22-23, Turner Hall, Monroe, WI
9 - 4 pm
Art and Craft Sale