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Christine’s Professional Bio
Christine Warren is the author of the Novels of the Others, including New York Times Bestsellers Big Bad Wolf, Walk on the Wild Side, and One Bite with a Stranger. Born and raised in coastal New England, Christine Warren now lives as a transplant in the Pacific Northwest. When not writing (as if that ever happens), she enjoys horseback riding, playing with her pets, identifying dogs from photos of their underbellies, and most of all reading things someone else had to agonize over. She has been assimilated by Twitter (as @ChrstineWarren) and Facebook, where you can follow her thoughts and witness her being ridiculous firsthand, and she always enjoys hearing from readers via email sent to Christine@ChristineWarren.net.
...About Christine's Career:
- Her 1st mass market paperback novel, Wolf at the Door, appeared on the USA Today Bestseller list in 2006. Since then, every one of her books has appeared on at least one major list of bestselling paperback books.
- Her books have been translated into German, and she has the copies to prove it. Even though she can’t read a single darn word.
- Her first published work of fiction was an e-book entitled Fantasy Fix, originally published by Ellora’s Cave. It has since been rewritten and rereleased as a paperback by St. Martin’s Press under the title One Bite with a Stranger.
- She has published a futuristic novella entitled “The Bargaining” in e-book format with Loose Id.
- Christine earned her degree from Rutgers University with a dual major in English literature and European history, which naturally led to an early career in medical education.
- The dog pictured in the photograph here is Christine’s Bernese Mountain Dog, Levi. He is the smaller of her two dogs, weighing in at a mere 98 lbs. At the time the photo was taken, he was nine months old and still not fully grown.
- Inaccuracies in novels involving horses, horse care, and riding drive her up the wall. And they annoy her thoroughbred, Cal, too, because she feels compelled to share them with him.
- She has been known to bring grown men and women to their knees with a fresh loaf of her cheesy beer bread.