I'd like to welcome the next author on my list. C.W. Knight.
A little about C.W. Knight:
Hello, everyone. I'm Cross, your friendly neighborhood dragon. Well, I say friendly, but I relish in your suffering as you read my stories.
I disguise myself as a twenty-three year old human. Free time is consumed by random activities I enjoy such as reading (be it manga, published books, or Wattpad books), being with my family (though at times they drive me insane), playing games (*looks sadly at the pile I need to finish), doing karate (black belt, so I am officially a sensei 😎), and dwelling in Fantasy lands that I hope to put into words for you to enjoy.
My main works on here are The Dragon's Scale and Heart of Midnight. Checking them out would greatly appease this dragon and perhaps prevent me from attacking your village. Appease me, peasants!
Even as a dragon, I am a devout Christian. Any story I write should be clean and have a Christian base, even if it's not always obvious.
I also participate on Wattpad by having other community accounts!
Some works of C.W. Knight
From a young age, Kailey Star knew what a monster was. However, she had only known of the human monster. She didn't know the monsters of myths existed until nearly losing her life to one.Perhaps it would have been better if she had died. Rather than living the dreadful life with her family as she expected, Kailey finds herself on an island where monsters rule and humans are just around to be their slaves. Including Kailey, who is enrolled in a school meant to train humans for their enslaved future.As graduation day approaches, the twisted reality that had become her life once more shatters as things even the monsters don't understand begin to occur. And somehow, Kailey ends up being dragged into all of it. It doesn't help that when graduation day does come, the worst possible outcome happens.Yes - it definitely would have been better if the vampire had just killed her.
||Wattys Longlist 2018||||The Fiction Awards 2018 Best Fantasy Winner|| When a fairy offers Ash Crest a way to sneak into the new king's crowning celebration, she takes it despite people's unspoken disdain of magic. Anything to live out her late mother's dream for her to be a lady. But even surrounded by the life of royalty, she cannot help falling for a lowly stable boy. Their meetings offer her escape, until one night they make her the unwilling witness of the kingdom's most well guarded secret. The Heart of Midnight has been rediscovered, and although Ash has no idea what that is, when pirates wanting it kidnap her stable boy, she gets dragged along and abandoned far from everything she holds dear. With the fairies targeting her and nobody to help her rescue her new love, she only has one choice: join magic wielding pirates whose captain vows to help. But she has entered a dangerous game of revenge and ancient fairy politics. In order to survive, she will need more than just the magical crew by her side. Ash must embrace a life she fears and trust the untrustable, even if it means losing the dream she built her new life around.
||The Fiction Awards 2019 Best Fantasy Winner||When gym becomes a fight between reality and a burning forest, Josh Davidson realizes his recurring dream might be a sign he's going crazy. Especially when the school bully tries to murder him with energy fists. Not to mention his only way to survive is a voice in his head that won't shut up and a beautiful girl who can shoot ice arrows. Turns out the truth can be crazier than insanity. The voice belongs to a dragon he's now soul-bound to and the girl is a Paladin, a group of humans like him. It's like a wish come true, and he cannot wait to join this new world of dragons and magic. Except the Paladins are not alone. A darkness is rising from its slumber, intent on destroying the Paladins and everything they stand for. When Josh's baby brother gets dragged into their plans, things get personal. With only a little bit of experience and a disjointed group at his side, Josh risks not only losing his brother -- he risks losing a war.