About Christine

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I loved reading as a child, and looked forward to my father taking me to Barnes & Noble to buy a new book. At 10 years old, I was obsessed with Nancy Drew and collected over twenty of her books, devouring them in less than four hours, unable to wait for my next one.

In 6th grade I wrote two novels, I called them The Linda Wells Mysteries. I wrote them in a battered spiral notebook, complete with several horrendous fantastic hand drawings! It was then that I decided I wanted to write a real novel one day.

But when I graduated high school, the thought of majoring in English scared me. What would I do when I graduated? Sit home all day and write books? I was afraid, and with no guidance, I chose Nutrition as my major, and received a Masters in Exercise Physiology. My two other loves.

Although I went on to love activities like weight lifting, rock climbing, white-water rafting and jumping out of airplanes, there was something missing: no real goal, no end point to reach for.

One boring Saturday evening in September, I sat in front of my computer and decided to write. It became an obsession. Something I buried away for years had finally unleashed. It was my passion. Storytelling. Something I lost sight of as I traveled down my conveyor belt of a life. It was all I wanted to do.

So here I am today, to let you know that I published 3 contemporary romance novels. They’re currently available on Amazon and I can only hope that someone will love them as much as I loved writing them. http://amzn.to/1xUdCfH

Enjoy the Ride!

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  1. Best of LUCK neighbor!! Great accomplishment!!!

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    1. Thanx Michele! It’s been a wild ride, and it’s only getting started now! hee hee

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  2. Well, congratulations on finding your passion. Love to read but no talent in writing. My family (including my daughter) all wrote poetry, grandparents, mother, uncle, aunts and brothers. I have not one
    poetic bone in my body. Finally after doing nursing the last 40+ yrs am retired and finally able to read all I want. Am anxious to read your books

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    1. Wow thank you Donna!! This made my day. 40+ years in nursing – you need to relax. You guys are the hardest workers in the entire hospital! Thank you about my books too. They’re 99 cents this week! Enjoy!!

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