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Christine Dillon

Christine Dillon
BIOGRAPHY

Christine never intended to become an author. The only kind of writing she wondered if she might do was biography. However, it was a surprise to her to write poetry, non-fiction and now fiction.

Christine was a physiotherapist but now she writes ‘storyteller’ on any airport forms. She can legitimately claim to be this as she has written a book on storytelling and spends much of her time either telling Bible stories or training others to do so from her base in southern Taiwan.

She has now written three novels.

In her spare time Christine loves all things active – hiking, cycling, swimming, snorkeling. But she also likes reading and genealogical research.

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Grace in Strange Disguise
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Grace in Strange Disguiseby Christine DillonPublish: Oct 01, 2017Series: GraceChristian Fiction
Grace in the Shadows
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Grace in the Shadowsby Christine DillonPublish: Jul 31, 2018Series: GraceChristian Fiction
Grace in Deep Waters
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Grace in Deep Watersby Christine DillonPublish: Jul 25, 2019Series: GraceChristian Fiction
Telling the Gospel Through Story: Evangelism That Keeps Hearers Wanting More
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Telling the Gospel Through Story: Evangelism That Keeps Hearers Wanting Moreby Christine DillonPublish: Jun 15, 2012Christian Nonfiction

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      • Christine Dillon Christine Dillon 7 months ago
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      • I'm hoping to write some Biblical fiction in the future. The imagined stories of various biblical characters.
        I would also be interested in tackling writing a missionary biography.
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      • Christine Dillon Christine Dillon 7 months ago
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      • My fiction is closest to Francine Rivers' work or perhaps Deborah Raney although both these women are American. Being Australian makes my work different.
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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 7 months ago
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    • What is that one thing you think readers generally don't know about your specific genre?
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      • Christine Dillon Christine Dillon 6 months ago
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      • That 'women's fiction' can be enjoyed by men too (and girls). WF are essentailly stories about women's daily lives. They often tackle an issue like divorce, or childlessness or cancer ... and romance is NOT the focus. Rather the focus is on the woman's emotional journey,
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      • Christine Dillon Christine Dillon 6 months ago
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      • Essential. There are so many books out there that unless the cover is excellent, most people won't even bother to check the blurb or open the cover. The title is part of that whole 'first impression' package.
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      • Christine Dillon Christine Dillon 6 months ago
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      • Yes. I read the good ones for encouragement on tough days. They often spur me on and prevent me giving up. I especially appreciate reviews that tell me how the book has impacted their lives.
        Bad ones I laugh. You can't please everyone. I also hope that the person has actually told me what they don't like so it can be fixed. I find it frustrating to receive a lower star rating without any reasons given.
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