Christine Church began writing at the age of nine, penning and illustrating picture books, taping them together, and even creating a publishing company. In school, she could be found sitting in the back of the class, writing short stories. By 1992 she was professionally published in both nonfiction and short stories. In 1998 her first book was traditionally published, which led to many more book deals (nonfiction). Christine’s 2001 book, Indoor Cats won the Iams Responsible Cat Ownership award. Her fist fiction novella, "Sands of Time: Fate of the True Vampires" is receiving great reviews, and is the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist.

During the day, she works managing a horse barn and at night she writes and markets her books. Christine is also a professional photographer and graphic designer. In rare spare time, she enjoys riding her horse, acting, singing, swimming, and auditioning for “Survivor.”