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Christine Jones

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From illiterate to author, a thirty year journey. Australian author, Christine Jones writes for the love of storytelling and self-growth.

I grew up with a creative father, who amazed, amused and intrigued me with stories from his past. My love of writing came from wanting to escape my problems and silently express my feelings and thoughts in what I thought a less painful way. Through family and many other writers helping and encouraging me, I finally was able to move from illiterate to author and get my works published. Gone are the 500 word sentences and I can now tell the difference between their and there, I owe that one and many other similar words to my daughter’s persistence.

Considering what I have experienced during my life, either pe
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I write like author Joe blogs, is that good?

I write like author Joe blogs, is that good?

What is all this talk about style of writing? Hey, it’s your baby, your creation. Are you an individual or a sheep disguised as a human? If we all had the same style of writing, everything classed as literature would be boring. I keep being told there is a formula for writing, a way of doing things, what is “so-called” expected. Sorry, I don’t agree a... Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 5.0 · 11 ratings · 9 reviews · 5 distinct works
Mariard the Gifting

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Died and Moved In.

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Mariard Glass Pawns

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The Snakelex Report

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Signature for Sunshine

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Died and moved in (Humor)
5 chapters   —   updated Mar 29, 2010 04:36PM
Description: Sarah wanted to escape the city life and her wealthy family. Moving from mainland Australia, she purchased a farm in Tasmania. Persistent, yet green to rural living, the new next door neighbour has her attention and she’s out to win his heart in the most embarrassing ways. A family tragedy turns her life upside down and her little farm into spook central. Learn the secrets of the after life; you too may have many freeloaders at your address and not all were once human. Australian author Christine Jones writes for many genres from science fiction fantasy to humor. Though the characters in this book are fictitious, many of the incidents took place and by yours truly. The farm itself is real, right down to every description. I ought to know, I once owned it. CJ
The Snakelex Report – What Hell’s elite don’t want you to know (Humor)
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Description: Snakelex is a first class demon on assignment to a small country town in Australia. Spiritual warfare will be battled out between good and evil. Snakelex must use every dirty trick in the book to cause chaos in the community and sway those from attending the only church in town. The elite at Hell's head office take an interest in this demon and aid him to learn the truth about their enemy and Hell's best kept secrets that mislead and control the lower ranks of Satan's establishment.
Signature for sunshine (Humor)
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Description: Chris O'Keith was a loving wife, mother and practising Christian. The end of her marriage brought a dramatic change of character. Her vicious hatred towards men is public knowledge and has males avoiding her like the plague. Chris and her four children live with Bill, her grandfather, who employs a builder, Rick Eastly, to do extensive renovations. She will attempt to insult and humiliate this builder; however, he can give as much he gets and has Bill’s full blessing to do so. Rick learns Chris has a secret. Without revealing he knows, he seeks to tame the shrew and get her to openly admit her problem.
Aus Com (Science Fiction & Fantasy)
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Description: Obsession with genetic engineering segregated humanity into the perfected and defective. Dictated by science and technology, the search for immortality near destroyed the human race. What remains of mankind, struggles to survive in barbaric clans suppressed by Masters and false doctrine. Known as Project Noah, an underground community seeks to restore civilization by rehabilitating those snatched from the surface. An enemy from the past is out to re-establish a plan to cleanse the earth. Assaults on both the surface and underground survivors reveal devastating truths regarding their sanctuary and savours.
Mariard Volume 1 The Gifting (Science Fiction & Fantasy)
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Description: War is fought, not only on the field, but also within the mind. Nothing is what it seems, take nothing for granted. The 10 Mariard Volumes have surfaced. The gifted are fighting for you. Do you have the right to become an entity? Take the challenge and go with them, as they tap into universal truths that continue to unfold. Nothing is what it seems, take nothing for granted. Just for the love of it, Christine Jones has been writing stories for over 30 years. She cannot be categorised in any one genre, as she writes anything from Science fiction fantasy to humour. As a storyteller, Christine wants to take her audience with her, knowing the imagination is unlimited. http://www.cjbooks.net
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Christine Happy New Year everyone, hope you all have good fortune and happy reading. Blessings CJ


message 27: by Ann

Ann Keller Greetings, Christine! Just dropping by this morning to say hello and see how you are doing.

Blast! I still haven't gotten to your second Mariard book, have I? And I wanted to read Aus.com, also. As a wise one once said, "So many books, so little time"!

Ann B. Keller



message 26: by Maria

Maria Hi Christine, thanks for your comment on my profile. Yes, I have already joined SFA, and I think it's a great cause. I will be adding my new book to the list on the SFA website as soon as it's published

Best,

Maria


message 25: by Robert

Robert I will Christine. Thanks for letting me know!


message 24: by Alan

Alan Baxter Hi Christine - thanks for the note about the Shadow Forest Authors. It's a great idea and I'll sign up.


message 23: by Maria

Maria Thanks for stopping by my page, Christine. Nice to hear from you. Hope all is going well for you. I'm almost ready to publish 'Pieces of a Rainbow', just reading through the final proof.
Best,
Maria


message 22: by Rai

Rai Hi Christine,

What a delight to hear from you! Thank-you very much for thinking of me :)

I am so happy to see Shadow Forest Authors doing so well. You have much to be proud of!!



Your friend & proud SFA member,

Rai Aren, co-author of Secret of the Sands





message 21: by Tommy

Tommy Chris, I have not talked to you in a long time. It was great to hear from you. How's the weather "down under". I hope you and your family are all well and happy.
Have a great day mate!
Tommy



message 20: by Ann

Ann Keller How kind of you to drop by, Chris! That was wonderful.

I DO have a question for you, though. I was staring at all of my books the other day and wondering whether I could ship some of them off to Shadow Forest Authors. Is that allowed? How do I go about doing that? I assume that these books do not necessarily have to be my works, but could be some of the classics, reference, sci-fi, romance, western, etc.

Let me know when you have a second. I'd love to send them some place where I know they'll do considerable good.

Ann B. Keller



message 19: by Jeannie

Jeannie Faulkner Barber Good morning Christine and how sweet of you to stop by to say hi. Girl, I just got back from WY where our youngest son, Garry lives. His wife flew me in (my hubby had to work) to surprise him for his birthday! We pulled it off with a bang! Aren't I blessed to have a dnl that loves me that much? Most girls would want to send their mother-in-laws AWAY...ha!
Hope you're having an awesome summer.
Blessings,
Jeannie


message 18: by Lila

Lila hi,christine;-) I check my page,after some weeks...because,I have mani dificult exam at college...now, I am relaxxxxxxxxxx;-)


CaliGirlRae Thanks for dropping by, Christine! And thanks for all the work you've done at Shadows Authors. It's such a great cause and I love it there. :-) I may be adding another book to the library soon! If there's anything else I can do to help the cause please let me know.

P.S. I have Aus Com on my phone and I can't wait to read it. I love the blurb!


message 16: by Lori

Lori Thank you for the add. Have a wonderful day.

Lori


message 15: by Alan

Alan Baxter Hi there

I'm down under too - we can take over this place!

:)

Alan


a persian& hi christine
thank you for adding me


message 13: by Joe

Joe Vadalma Hi Chritine,

I am also an author in the science fiction and fantasy genres. If you would like to see what I have written, visit my web site, The Fantastic World of Papa Joe, http://papajoesfantasticworld.com It has excerpts of my novels, links to where to buy them, a free short story each month, a serial, my blog and other features.

Joe Vadalma


message 12: by J.R.

J.R. Hi Christine!!! I'm doing well, thanks!! Crazy busy - where is the time going??? Sending best wishes to you for a wonderful Spring!!!

Jeannine
J.R. Reardon
author, "Confidential Communications"


message 11: by Ward

Ward Hi Christine, Thanks for stopping by and saying hello. Hope this finds you doing well. Have a great rest of the week. Ward

www.wardfoley.com


message 10: by Maria

Maria Hi Christine, thanks for stopping by my profile page :)
Hope all is well with you,
Maria


message 9: by Ann

Ann Keller Thanks for your kind words, Christine! Wow. And I'm a favorite author, too? I humbly thank you.

Ann B. Keller



Andersen Prunty Hi Christine. Thanks for adding me!


Andrea Kulman Hi & thank you for being a friend.


message 6: by Aaron

Aaron Hoopes Hi Christine,
thanks for connecting. I'm going to be on the Gold Coast for March and April. Looking forward to some summer weather!
wishing you much peace,
Aaron Hoopes

Zen Yoga A Path To Enlightenment Through Breathing, Movement and Meditation by Aaron Hoopes


Jeannie Faulkner Barber Hi Christine and thanks for the friendship. I visited your beautiful website. I love it!
Blessings,
Jeannie


message 4: by Ann

Ann Keller Ten thumbs up? Really? That's awesome! When you're finished with my book, perhaps you can post your review in a couple of places?

I humbly thank you, my dear.

Ann B. Keller



message 3: by Maria

Maria Hi Christine,

Thanks for your comment on my profile and for telling me about Shadow Forest Authors, it seems like a worthwhile cause. I will look into it

Maria



Donald Parker Hi Christine,
Thanks for the note. Your work looks fascinating. The story about the demon sounds like something I had planned to write in the future.
You might find my work interesting. You can download the ebooks for free at www.DonaldJamesParker.com
God bless!! G'day mate!
Don


message 1: by Raven

Raven Hi Christine,

Thanks for the add.
Hope you're having a good one

Bonnie


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