About

I love to write short stories about everyday life. I feel that stories connect us all to each other and give us hope that we are never alone. I wish you well in this great journey we call “life.” Thank you for stopping by to check my blog out!

“You really do not see the beauty of a moment until it is gone. When we capture photographs, we try to freeze those moments in time. When we tell stories we also try to capture those moments in time. The feelings and emotions that come with those moments. I think that photographers, are similar to writers. It is with their craft, they try to tell a story. Trying to capture the beautiful fleeting moments in our life, if only to hold onto them a little bit longer.”

-Christina Oliver-

FICTION WRITER

On Febuary  1, 2017 I published an e-book Unspoken Words. You can find more information here:

https://www.amazon.com/Christina-Oliver/e/B01N4S9A9D/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0

DISCLAIMER 

This is a personal Blog. That means these are my personal opinions. They do not reflect or represent anyone else. Writing is simply a creative way to express myself. This blog is not meant as an advice column. Do not attempt anything in this blog. It does not replace medical advice or common sense. Please enjoy my blog for what it is. An expression of creative writing.

COPYRIGHT 2014

What is written in this blog cannot be shared or reprinted without permission. For more information you can contact me at christinaoliver.2015.utmt@gmail.com

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9 thoughts on “About

  1. Love it! I sent an email, but just saw this now. May I also include in the book: ‘I love to write short stories about everyday life. I feel that stories connect us all to each other and give us hope that we are never alone.’
    That would be great.

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