She's currently working on book II of The Goliath Conspiracy Trilogy, a follow-up to her popular debut romantic suspense, An Eye For Danger. Check out her Pinterest page for this series: http://pinterest.com/pin/517280707169827464/
Christine also writes Women's Literary fiction, including a WWII love story about a USO singer who spies for military intelligence until she's caught by a Nazi Colonel who forces her to make propaganda films to save her life.
Christine teaches at writer conferences and for writing organizations, and she is a regular guest lecturer at U.W. She specializes in "tactical" editing and information design.
She also teaches storytelling techniques to authors/editors, offering writing tips and tricks at http://EditorDevil.blogspot.com and through her Editor Devil Guides.
Currently, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her awesome electrical/software engineer husband, Rob, and their chocolate lab, Tucker.
|An Eye For Danger (Fairchild Press)
Heat rating: steamy
When former war photographer Jules Larson braves a panic attack to jog beyond her five-block safety zone in Central Park, she runs right into a murder scene. Jules finds herself caught between a persistent NYPD Detective, Stone McCarthy, and the rogue undercover cop, Sam Fields, who both vie for her affections at any cost. But Jules can't grow too close to Sam, even when his touch melts her armor, or accept Stone's increasing advances, even though he's twice the gentleman Sam is, for fear either man might discover her true role in her fiancé's death.
"I was thrilled to be taken away by 'An Eye for Danger' while on a cross-country flight. Boy, was I upset when the battery on my e-reader died. Ms. Fairchild had her way with me. I could not put this book down. A romance and thriller, I was captivated by her characters and their journey. Brava!" D. Borchet, Kindle reader
AMAZON , BARNES & NOBLE or KOBO
The Editor Devil's Guide to Dialogue (Fairchild Press)
The Editor Devil's Guides cover the top ticks and tricks to help you make your work stand out in this crowded market. Dialogue is one of the most important elements of any work of fiction. It's equal to action, because, when written well, DIALOGUE IS ACTION.
So if you want readers to salivate for your character's every word, then you must know how to:
1. Make the story move through speech.
2. Build tension on every page using dialogue.
3. Throw curve balls in conversations.
4. Reveal your characters' hopes, needs and fears through what they say and don't say.
The Editor Devil's Guide to Characters (Fairchild Press)
This book is geared toward fiction writers who want to create fascinating characters—characters readers want to take home for dinner. Whether you want to create the next James Bond or Ethan Frome, the next Indiana Jones or Bridget Jones... this book will help you break the mold on character development.
AUTHOR CONTACTS:You can follow Christine at:
http://EditorDevil.blogspot.com for free writing tips & tricks