Christina Grant

Biography

Christina Grant is a reader, writer, and lover of all things bookish. When she doesn’t have her eyes locked on the latest book (her own or someone else’s), she’s spending as much time as possible in, on, and around Georgian Bay with her husband, their two sons, and their dog. She is also an elementary teacher-librarian who shares her love of words with her many enthusiastic students.
She’s a terrible dancer but swears she was one in another life.

Smashwords Interview

What do you read for pleasure?
Is there any other kind of reading?
I tend to find authors then read everything they've written I can get my hands on. Margaret Atwood is my all-time favourite. I've been reading her books for over 20 years.
Last year, I read the entire Otherworld Series by Kelley Armstrong (sexy, action-packed, and supernatural). Alan Bradley's Flavia DeLuce mysteries (I love that girl!) were humorous and quirky. Dean Koonz's Odd Thomas was such a sad character; I wish he could just get a break and live a normal life.
I also read a lot of YA for my job (but it's not really work)! Some of my favourites are: John Green, Rick Yancey, Patrick Ness, Marcus Zusak.
If you were to ask the same question in a year, I'd probably have a completely different set of answers!
What is your e-reading device of choice?
Kobo. Definitely. I love that I can check out books from one of the 5 libraries I have cards for (is that a record?).
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Books

Being Human
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 55,220. Language: English. Published: January 26, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Sci-Fi & fantasy
How do you explain humanity to a machine? When Alek, a SimAid designed to perform domestic chores, experiences blackouts and awakens in a strange lab, he confides in his scientist owners' ten-year-old daughter, Bean. As their unlikely friendship develops, Bean helps Alek not only to understand human behaviour, but to discover the truth behind his unusual upgrades.

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