Tracie E. Christian


TRACIE E. CHRISTIAN, Authoress, Poet, On-Air Radio Personalty, Educator & Event Coordinator. Born and raised in Detroit, MI Ms. Christian has worked tirelessly in both the arts and education arenas in and throughout metropolitan Detroit. After several years substitute teaching with Detroit & Hamtramck Public Schools, Tracie worked diligently as Children's Fair Coordinator for the Detroit Festival of the Arts, as well as, Mosaic Youth Theater and Girl Scouts of Metropolitan Detroit.
In 2004 she created a non-profit literary arts organization, KTE Foundation for Literary Discovery in an effort to produce youth oriented events designed to rejuvenate excitement around literacy. In 2007, she released the debut installment of her urban fiction trilogy book series chronicling the experiences of four young women during their first year attending a historically black college, The Black College Sabbatical - Fall Quarter. The second installment, The Black College Sabbatical - Winter Quarter was released in March, 2009. The third and final installment of the series, The Black College Sabbatical - Spring Quarter is slated for release in early 2014. Books from the series are available in print on Tracie is also Station Manager at, where she also produces and hosts her own weekly radio show, Back on the B Cyde (11am Saturdays). Under the alias, T Elice, the original B-Cyde DJ, Tracie spins tunes catering to lovers of R&B, Classic & Neo Soul, Contemporary Jazz & Progressive Hip Hop, all while inviting, interviewing & exposing Creative Artists as Guests Show Hosts! Currently Tracie produces a bi-monthly Radio Luncheon event related to the Back on the B Cyde Show, while working on her fourth novel, "Toast to the Fool". Christian also looks to start production on an original web series, "Diva-Land DETROIT" in summer 2014.

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Smashwords book reviews by Tracie E. Christian

  • The Misfits on July 08, 2013

    An entertaining and intriguing look into the affects of bullying on our youth. Adra Young has created a good read with a dual purpose. First, to inform youth that they are not alone in dealing with being the object ridicule. Second, this book provides a means for parents to re-connect with their children and allows them to live "a day in the life" of a modern day pre-teen. This book is funny, realistic and pro-active in providing logical ways to deal with bullying personally, as well as, at large via schools, community centers, churches and the like. Kudos on the first fictional literary effort for Children's Author, Adra Young! I recommend this book for Parents and Teens to read TOGETHER! It's Book for building better communities through empowering our youth!
  • Wicked Little Lies on Sep. 03, 2013

    Wicked Little Secrets by Sonya Sparks is a very entertaining read. Sparks does a good job of spinning a character's deceit to new levels in a way that leaves the readers on the edge of their seat wondering Why? The characters are well defined and demonstrate growth throghout the novel. There does come a point when one wonders if the characters will ever be rid of the secrets that haunt them. However, Sparks reels it all in together in a way that totally satisfies the reader and makes them glad they took the journey!!! Great Job Ms. Sonya Sparks! I look forward to enjoying more of your titles very soon. Good Scribe with a great Vibe!