Christina Delay is an obscure mythology enthusiast, Siren advocator, and Taco Bell addict. She loves all things re-fried and chocolate, not to be combined. Her favorite books have a strong heroine, kick-butt action scenes, and stick-to-your-ribs writing, the kind that won't let go long after the last page is turned. Christina lives in the unofficial rainforest called Houston with her husband and daughter, a dog that thinks he's a man, and a cat that thinks he's a dog.
Christina's young adult novel, Nocturne, is the Grand Prize Winner in the Gateway to the Best contest, and also won first place in The Lonestar 2015 contest, finalist in The Emily 2015, and third place in The Rebecca 2015 contest. Her women's fiction book, Twelve Years, won second place in the 2015 Golden Rose contest and third place in the 2015 Indiana Golden Opportunity and Gateway to the Best contests.
You can find Christina at Readerlicious.com, where she gets to hang out with all the Readerlicious chicks and write about weird mythology nuances and creatures. She is represented by Deidre Knight of The Knight Agency.
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“No siren did ever so charm the ear of the listener as the listening ear has charmed the soul of the siren.” ~Henry Taylor