Christina Alexandra is a freelance writer from Southern California who always dreamed of becoming a writer. After dabbling in poetry, essays and one disastrous attempt at science-fiction (it turns out you need to have a grasp of science, not just fiction!), she was resolved to a non-creative life in the daily grind of 9 to 5.
Until, that is, she read her first romance novel.
A late-comer to the romance world, once she picked up her first romance in 2011, there was no going back. Always a history lover in school, it was the historical romance novels that had the greatest impact and carried her favorite story lines. It wasn’t long before she joined Romance Writers of America (RWA) as well as the Orange County Chapter of RWA (OCC), the East Valley Authors (EVA) and several online chapters specializing in history – specifically nineteenth century England. She is fond of saying “I learned more about history writing novels than I ever learned in school.” She writes historical romance set in the Georgian, Regency and Victorian time periods.
Christina lives in Southern California where she works as an emergency services operator for a large Southern California police department. An avid trivia junkie, she is constantly on the lookout for random facts in the hopes that it will help her in her never ending quest for a spot on “Jeopardy!”