Nancy Christie has a passion for fiction, and has been making up stories since she was a child, engaging in "what if" and "let's pretend" activities that took her far beyond her northeastern Ohio home. Her short stories have appeared in print and online magazines, including Ariel Chart, Two Cities Review, Streetlight Magazine, Talking River and The Chaffin Journal, among others. Several of her stories have earned contest placement or awards.
She writes fiction because “I love the world of make-believe. I love learning about my characters, following them as they live their lives, rejoicing with them when things go well and commiserating with them when life becomes painful and events are almost unendurable. Crazy? Maybe. But you have to be a little crazy to spend your days and nights with people only you can see and hear.”
For more information about Nancy Christie and her work, visit her website at www.nancychristie.com, read her writing blogs (One on One, The Writer’s Place and Focus on Fiction) or follow her on social media: Twitter (@NChristie_OH), Facebook (@NancyChristieAuthor) and Goodreads (www.goodreads.com/NancyChristie).