Chelsie Shock


Chelsie Shock was born and raised in rural South Texas on a ranch near the border. As a child she spent her days imagining her own world while she explored nature and tried to avoid cactus and mesquite thorns. Since she could scribble, she wrote stories.

She lives in Florida with her husband and their very needy dog who follows her around all day. She has a certificate of Holistic Nutrition Consulting from the American College of Healthcare Sciences.

She can be found writing, reading anything by Ray Bradbury, cooking or traveling. She loves cultural foods. One of her favorite vacations was when she hiked Scotland with her husband, and still misses it. She's lived in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida, and she can be found in Michigan a few times a year. She writes science fiction, some fantasy, loves when seasons change, and is interested in anything extraordinary.

Smashwords Interview

What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
There is a lot of joy in writing for me. I love working to improve my own writing. I love being transported to another world, becoming involved with characters. When just one person is touched or impacted by something I wrote, then all the toils such as editing, formatting, and the not so fun stuff... is totally worth it. That's the heart of writing.
What are you working on next?
Currently I'm working on a modern twist on an old Scottish myth with a troubled female lead.
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Where to find Chelsie Shock online



Rogue (The Novi Orders 1)
Series: The Novi Orders, Book 1. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 51,870. Language: English. Published: July 13, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Utopias & dystopias
Rogue is an adventure with murder, mystery, technological advances, and romance with memorable characters struggling to fight against the power. The new world has become a bleak, dark place in the not so distant future where the government has taken over every aspect of life. The book conjures images of a future that is extreme but urges the reader to consider where our society is moving towards.

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