Chris Sorensen

Biography

Chris is a husband, father, reader and writer who lives in Richmond, VA. A high school counselor by profession, his passion is stories. He also loves naps, ice cream, watching cartoons with his kids, and making a fool of himself in public (according to his wife).

He has two adult, inspirational novels in publication. "The Greatest Discovery" was a regional favorite and won Book-of-the-Year for the Virginia College Stores Association (2003). The prequel, "The Greatest Choice", followed in 2007 (with a revised, 2nd printing in 2012). Both books were re-published in ebook format in the fall of 2012.

His current project is a YA adventure/coming-of-age trilogy (working title "Jewel of Amarin").

Chris loves to discuss anything to do with writing, books and publishing. He would love to hear from you!

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Books

The Greatest Choice
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 41,180. Language: English. Published: August 10, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Inspirational
The Greatest Choice - the prequel to Chris Sorensen's award winning first novel The Greatest Discovery - is a powerful story about overcoming adversity and the importance of change in our lives.
The Greatest Discovery
Price: Free! Words: 27,000. Language: English. Published: August 1, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Inspirational, Fiction » Literature » Biographical
The Greatest Discovery is a gentle, heart-warming novel about love, heartache, and miracles. With a beautifully written storyline, an emotional climax, and a surprise and thoughtful ending, The Greatest Discovery will leave readers uplifted, fulfilled, and pondering on its inspirational message of human potential and possibility.

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Smashwords book reviews by Chris Sorensen

  • The Three Keys of Effective Communication with Teens on April 21, 2014

    I have worked with teenagers as an educator and as a youth minister for 15+ years and Justin's simple, concise advice is the BEST I have ever heard...period. More than just learning how to talk to teens, Justin helps adults remember what it's like to be a teen and how to empathize while keeping appropriate boundaries. Perfect resource for parents, grandparents, educators and anybody that works with teenagers!