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London Blog has free reads, travel logs and the popular Christine Goes Hollywood events coverage. It’s the best way to get to know the woman behind the spicy words.

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Christine London, author

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Publishers: Phaze Books  AweStruck Publishing  MuseItUp Publishing   MuseItHotPublishing

Christine London’s native snowbound Chicago shown in the rear view mirror early. She left the long winters of the Midwest as a child to find her roots in the sun and charm of California. Her adopted home became Great Britain when she spent a year of college in the east end of London with three male flat mates; one from each country on the main island. Her fascination and love affair with all things British has grown over the years, facilitated by summers spent trading homes – think “The Holiday”.

A graduate of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles with teaching credential in hand, Chris focused on family, teaching, singing in a jazz sextet and running foot races before discovering her true passion….the romance and adventure of writing.

It took one Scot to awaken her poetic appreciation of Scotland’s natural beauty, and another to ignite her passion for writing.

Thank you, gentlemen.

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One Response to CLondon

  1. Hi Christine and Hi Ann Tracy!

    This was a great post, Ann Tracy. I am looking forward to reading your book and I wish you much success with sales 🙂 You sounded so comfy by your tree with your kitty that you made me want to go home and curl up, too!

    Your feelings on the topic of loss touched me deeply, as I am sure many are able to relate to both of you on that issue, especially this time of year.

    Christine, your blog is lovely. Thank you for sharing and Merry Christmas. Hugs, Regina

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