Christina Smith

Biography

She is a wife and mother, who lives in a small rural town in Ontario Canada where she spends most of her free time writing.

She has always loved to read, but didn't realize she could write until a few years ago. She has told stories her whole life, but never thought to write them down.

She took a novel writing course at Winghill writing school, and since then has written four books. Two are finished, the others are being edited.

Her book Fated Dreams was named Semi-Finaliast in the 2011 Textnovel writing Contest.

Where to find Christina Smith online


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Books

Skeleton Park
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 90,740. Language: English. Published: July 21, 2014. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Thriller and Suspense
Avery is running: from her past, from her friends and family, and from her memories. But she doesn’t have a choice. It was her mother that made the decision to whisk her away from the only home she had ever known. It was her mother’s idea to move to Canada after a terrible tragedy that shook their happy existence. She chose a place where they can be safe and at peace.
Finding Abigail
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Price: $1.49 USD. Words: 112,140. Language: English. Published: December 5, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Abby Watson thought she'd know a monster if she ever saw one. It's what she does for a living, writing children's fantasy books. But what she didn't realize is that monsters are not always fiction, and they come in all shapes and sizes.
Riley's Redemption, A Moon's Glow Novel, # 3
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Price: $3.79 USD. Words: 102,590. Language: English. Published: September 1, 2013. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
(4.00 from 1 review)
After everything Megan and Nate have been through, things are finally looking up. A trip to Vegas solidifies their relationship, and everything is as it should be. Or is it? Megan is the happiest she’s ever been, and although Nate says he is too, she sees the torment in his eyes when he thinks she isn’t looking. She knows the guilt he feels for everything he has done weighs on him daily.
Riley's Torment, A Moon's Glow Novel #2
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Price: $3.69 USD. Words: 98,160. Language: English. Published: March 22, 2013. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
(5.00 from 1 review)
Months after Megan and Nate's ordeal, they are finally happy and looking forward to the future. With Nate, Megan has found the family she always wanted, and after the night of their six month anniversary, they have something to celebrate. Their life together is solid and unbreakable—until an old enemy returns to wreak havoc on their lives.
Riley's Secret, A Moon's Glow Novel #1
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 95,310. Language: English. Published: September 19, 2012. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
(4.00 from 3 reviews)
Megan Banks feels like an imposter in her own life; she doesn’t belong with her friends or with her parents, who ignore her. After a fire she’s indirectly involved with, she finds herself with two hundred hours of community service. It’s the charity she volunteers at that finally makes her feel like she belongs.
Riley's Curse, A Moon's Glow Prequel
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Price: Free! Words: 43,650. Language: English. Published: September 14, 2012. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
(4.00 from 6 reviews)
See how a life can change after just one bite. Because of one fateful night, Nathaniel Riley loses his girl, his family, and life as he knows it. His world has been turned upside down. One day, a normal teen living in the 1890's, the next a mythical creature he didn't know existed. How can he live with himself with deadly urges he can't control?
Delusions (Book Two In The Affinity Series)
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Price: $3.49 USD. Words: 107,570. Language: English. Published: June 16, 2012. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
(4.14 from 7 reviews)
Can Fate be wrong? When all signs point to a certain someone, do you just blindly follow? What if that person turns out to be someone you hate? Could Destiny be so cruel? Lisa Miller is busy with family, work, friends and…revenge. Her last summer in high school should be spent, having fun. But ever since Logan Tate played a prank on her,she spends all of her free time trying to get even.
Fated Dreams (Book One In The Affinity Series)
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Price: Free! Words: 111,760. Language: English. Published: March 1, 2012. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
(4.05 from 21 reviews)
Do you believe in true love? Sarah Samson didn’t until she met hers. But for Sarah, meeting the guy of her dreams came with a price. On the outside Sarah looks like she has it all, friends, a loving family, and a hobby she's really good at. But if you look closer, Sarah's keeping secrets, from everyone in her life, even... Lucas. A boy she hardly knows, but still feels a connection with.

Christina Smith’s tag cloud

affinity    contempoarry romance    destiny    family    fantasy    friends    friendship    ghost    haunting    highschool    historical    mystery    new city    piano    revenge    romance    school shooting    souls    spousal abuse    summer    teen    werewolf    werewolves    young adult   

Smashwords book reviews by Christina Smith

  • The Mating (The original Law of the Lycans story) on June 08, 2012
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    I loved this book. It was my first free ebook and wasn't expecting much, but I was pleasantly surprised. I can't wait to read the next one.
  • The Mating (The original Law of the Lycans story) on June 08, 2012
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    I loved this book. It was my first free ebook and wasn't expecting much, but I was pleasantly surprised. I can't wait to read the next one.
  • Between The Land And The Sea on June 11, 2012

    If I had seen this book on a shelf, I would have passed it by. For one thing the cover looks like it should be for younger kids, and second, Mermaids are not the type of book that would interest me. At first glance I thought that the idea of mermaids for a book was corny and unbelievable, but are they anymore farfetched than werewolves or Vampires? But since I found it through my new book club and it was offered by the author for free (thank you by the way), I tried it. Being an indie author myself, I wanted to give it a chance and I'm really glad I did. It changed my opinion on mermaids. The story was good and kept me interested, the characters had contrasting and original personalities. I loved that Cruz and Megan chose not to conform in order or make school bearable. Marina was loyal and protective and not afraid to stand up for herself. Ethan was dreamy and the perfect love interest. Overall a good read.
  • The Soul's Mark: FOUND (The Soul's Mark, #1) on July 20, 2012

    At first when I heard this book was about Vampires I was a little disappointed. As we all know, that genre has been done to death, but the story was so original, it didn't take long to get past my vampire prejudice. I had just read a book that was quite a disappointment and was thrilled that this one grabbed hold of my interest and wouldn't let go. I read this book in one day, and didn't want it to end. What I love about stories of soulmates is the intensity of the two characters, especially the male, and this book had that in spades, although I would have like to have witnessed when they first met, when they first fell in love. All the characters were believable and interesting, I loved and hated Mitchell and was so glad he didn't disappoint me in the end. A great read and one I highly recommend.
  • Angel Evolution on July 21, 2012

    It was okay. I'm not a big Angel genre fan anyway, and this didn't really change my mind. While I liked some aspects of the story, it didn't thrill me.
  • Reign of Blood on Aug. 06, 2012

    This book started out great and then faded a little when there wasn't really any dialogue for almost seventy pages. Honestly I was a little bored and found myself skipping ahead, hoping she could eventually find people to talk to. Once she did, it definitely got better, but I just felt like it was missing something, what? I don't know. I felt there could have been more interaction between April and Rye, to make their connection more believable. And there was no mention of Rye's age. If he had been married, and in the military, wouldn't he be too old for a seventeen year old girl? The story seemed to take forever to start, and once it did, the ending seemed rushed. We were told in an overview what happened after the fight. I would have liked it to be part of the story, and to see more of April and Rye. Over all it was good, lots of action to keep you reading.
  • Water on Aug. 11, 2012

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I love the cover, and the story itself was good, it was fast paced, maybe a little too much at times, but it definitely kept me reading. It was original for me, since I have never read anything like it. I liked most of the characters, just thought some of their actions weren't very believable. The idea was great, saving the world, and again original(for me). But there were things that about it that I didn't like. First, I found most of the jokes corny, and odd how Kaitlyn would joke when her life was in danger. I also found it strange how she just accepted here captivity and didn't question more of what was happening. The relationship between her and Micah developed way too quickly. And I don't think she showed enough emotion after her episode with Shawn on the Island. At times during the book I wasn't sure if I would read the next one, but now that I have finished it, I need to see what will happen next.
  • Freewill on Sep. 01, 2012

    I have a hard time rating this book. The beginning was confusing and hard to get into. I found the relationship between Ellie and Charlie rushed and because of that unbelievable. And switching between characters was very confusing. I would rate the beginning a 2 or a 3. And then we met Christopher. He is a very strong character, and I loved how he thought he was dumb even though he found difficult things easy. And the relationship between him and Elli was believable and very moving. The story line between them was so good, I couldn't put the book down. The middle and end of the of the book deserves a 4 or even a 5. All in all it is a great read!
  • Consequences on Sep. 12, 2012

    This book was harder to read than the first. When I really get into a book, I usually can't put it down. With this one, I didn't have that problem. I found with Christopher telling his story of what happened with V, instead of the reader experiencing it themselves made the story hard to read. It did pick up later, and is a very original idea, and well written, but I still didn't enjoy it as much as the first.