C.M. Martens

Created in a vat far from this world, C.M. Martens was sent to watch over this plane, to observe and witness the human condition. Discontent with simply watching, she’s chosen to morph this reality into that of her own choosing through the written word. Supplied with coffee, sweets, and an endless supply of Trance and Chill electronic (mixed with some video game soundtracks) C.M. Martens hopes to transport you on an adventure through the pages of her novels.

Start your first adventure here.

Never miss an adventure here.

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My mission…

…to write books you’ll love by creating characters you’ll be compelled to follow through adventure after adventure.

My Writing Journey

I started writing to fill a gap in what I could find to read, most specifically when I finished Christopher Pike’s Last Vampire Series (currently re-released as the Thirst series). There weren’t so many bad-ass chick characters (that I knew of) back then, especially in the supernatural/fantasy genre. Desiree, from my Rishi’s Wish saga, was initially created to continue this line of fun.

Hoping to expand my reach beyond my own mind, I’m on the lookout for others who also search for new worlds to fall into; who seek to walk in others’ footsteps through fantastical adventures. Walk with Desiree here and be sure to send me your favorite character to walk with below 🙂

The Rishi’s Wish Saga

Since her origins twenty plus years ago, Desiree, or Dee as her friends know her, has morphed into something much different from that original character. She continued to force her will over me, insisting to be brought to the world. She finally gets her chance to be heard in Killing Game, book 1 of Rishi’s Wish.

Read more about Dee’s journey to print here.


Get the first five chapters of my debut novel Killing Game, Book One of Rishi’s Wish to check out if my worlds should be your worlds too.



I want to hear from you! Even if it’s just to say hello 🙂

Drop me a line below or email me directly: cindy_martens (at) ymail (dot) com [Yes, that’s a ‘Y’, not a ‘G’]

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