Chariss K. Walker


Chariss K. Walker, M.Msc., writes fiction and nonfiction books with a metaphysical message which incorporates her many years of study in "all things beyond the physical." Her nonfiction books share in-depth knowledge about chakras, spiritual gifts, and other concepts. Her fictional characters often have paranormal abilities or undergo some spiritual or physical transformation. All of her books are sold worldwide in eBook, paperback, and many are in large print. To learn more about the author, visit her website or follow her on social media sites.


Books by Chariss K. Walker

"my name is tookie" is an intense story of recovery and transformation. After suffering shocking adversities and inhumane traumas, Tookie gives a narrative account of her early childhood and adolescent memories. In this dramatic coming-of-age novella, she's now a fifteen-year-old survivor.


Clear Glass is the eighth and final book in The Vision Chronicles, a slice-of-life metaphysical/visionary thriller series. It picks up where Lamp's Light left off—James Lewis is shot and bleeding out on the breakfast room floor. Find out how the story ends. Clear Glass is the final chapter in The Vision Chronicles series. Can he survive the deadly assault? Can he have a happily-ever-after ending with the woman of his dreams?


Things heat up in this metaphysical/visionary thriller as James and his family come under attack by a crazed lunatic who is determined to make him suffer and take everything from him. Can he survive these murderous intentions? Will his entire family die because he can't protect them?


James Lewis faces even more threats during the next eight weeks. His family is growing and an old enemy is back in the picture. With his ability ever-changing, he feels lost and out of focus. Can he protect his new bride? Can he have the family he's always wanted?


Open Space continues where Windows All Around left off. James Lewis has a disturbing side-effect when viewing the future through the open spaces surrounding an object. He feels disoriented and lost in another plane. He won't give up though; his family needs him too much. Continue the journey for another eight weeks.


The fourth book in this metaphysical/visionary, slice-of-life thriller covers the next eight weeks as James Lewis uses his gift selflessly to help family and friends. Always fraught with new attempts on his life, this series has just enough action to keep the reader engaged. If you love a dash of romance and a bit of paranormal, this is the thriller series for you.


The third book in the series continues with the next eight weeks as the protagonist struggles to realize his dreams of family and friends. This slice-of-life metaphysical/visionary thriller is filled with new obstacles to overcome in that quest.


Spyglass continues where Kaleidoscope left off and covers the next eight weeks in this amazing man's life. Fleeing New York to get away from those who were determined to capture him, Mike now has a new name and a new identity in Juarez, Mexico. He no longer sees broken and fragmented images, he sees the future through the lens of a spyglass and gets a better picture of what is in store for him.


Kaleidoscope was inspired from my own dream where I viewed horrifying distant future images through the lens of the child's toy. I didn't see pretty colored glass and neither does Mike Lewis. This metaphysical/visionary thriller shares Mike's reluctance to accept this paranormal ability. As he comes to terms with this unique gift, the ability evolves.


Some see Alec Winters as a breathtaking, amazing angel, a savior. Others see him as a mind-blowing nightmare, the most terrifying demon their minds could ever conjure. Alec Winters roams the gritty streets of New Orleans as hero and protector of the innocent while he annihilates wicked evil-doers in this very dark-fiction, vengeance-driven 4-book thriller series.

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Tips by Chariss K. Walker

Don't be discouraged by bad reviews. I am not referring to the two word reviews that simply state, "It sucked!" But, a valid bad review can be very helpful. There is always something positive you can take from it. I once had a reviewer write two full pages on all the reasons she hated my book. I read it and almost cried. She said if she could have given me a phat zero rather than a 1 star, she would have done so. I slept on it. The next day, I read the review again. Her criticisms were valid.