Chrissie lives in Devon with her husband. As well as being an author, Chrissie works as a Freelance Production Coordinator in the TV, Documentary and Film industry. Chrissie's other published work includes a factual piece on The Bristol Hippodrome theatre for the 'Bristolian' newspaper. Chrissie has also written guest articles for 'Epilepsy Awareness Squad' and 'Epilepsy Literary Heritage Foundation'
In 2013 one of Chrissie's poems 'Maisie' was performed at the '100 poems by 100 women' event at the Bath International Literary Festival.
Chrissie is passionate about History and Archaeology, and has completed two courses with Exeter University on 'An Introduction to Archaeological Techniques' and 'Ancient Egypt: The Old Kingdom'. She is due to undertake a second Egyptology course in October 2015.
In her spare time Chrissie likes to read, collect books, and listen to music.
She is also learning to play the 5-string banjo and the Ukuele.
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