Christine Kwasniewski


Since a young age Christine has written stories but was discovered by her sixth grade teacher who suggested she try a writing competition hosted by her school. By weeks end she was told she got second place for her age group. It wasn't until 2007 while working at a Call center she wrote again starting with the competition Nanowrimo which stands for National Novel writing Month held in November. Its goal is to write 50,000 words by the end of the month with only outlines, notes and character bios done before. Writing is the only thing you can do.. In January of 2013 she began publishing her fictional work as a way to heal from her aunts unexpected death in 2012. Christine has works available at and is currently expanding her library on Smashwords to make her writing available for those who do not have a Kobo EReader. Christine lives in beautiful British Columbia, Canada with her parents and brother.

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Smashwords book reviews by Christine Kwasniewski

  • Spires on March 11, 2011

    This book had me hooked from the very start! It's a very easy read, with very detailed description. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes Science Fiction. This is the first book I have read by this author but I plan to read more.
  • Into the Forest Shadows on April 01, 2011

    Little red riding hood at its finest, but for adults. While this book took me longer then the others to finish I couldn't pull away from the chapters full of suspense and action. If you liked Little Red riding hood as a child, I'm pretty sure you'll enjoy this one as well. Great job as usual. This is the second book of J.A. Marlow's that I have read and I am not going to stop till I read them all.
  • The Bear on the High Shelf and Other Christmas Bear Stories on Jan. 15, 2013

    This is the third book I've read by this author and I love every minute of it. I would recommend it to anyone who needs a nice easy story, which is fun. All these stories/poems are personal to the author in its own way. Thanks for sharing them with the world.