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Hello everyone! I’m sorry I’ve been away for so long, but I’ve been working so hard!! Between editing and getting things ready for COILED VENGEANCE, I’ve been wiped out, but in a good way!

I’ll have some news soon regarding an amazing ILLUSION sale and COILED VENGEANCE news so stayed tuned!

Until then, here is the Theoretical Thursday. Enjoy!!

I’ll be doing a 5-part Theoretical Thursday, based on the 5 senses.

Since ILLUSION has eyes on its cover, the first TT will be about eyesight.

If you could choose one of the following enhanced eyesight abilities, would you choose a) x-ray vision, b) ability to see ultraviolet and infrared light or c) increase your distance by 2x and your microscopic vision by 20x?



IDENTITY Release Date!!


I am SOOOOO psyched to announce the official release date of Eomix Galaxy Books: IDENTITY. This is Book 2 of 2 (sequel to ILLUSION) and will conclude the story of Daith Tocc.

The official release date is


More details to come about where you can purchase the book, both print and ebook.

Thanks to everyone for all your support!! I’m so excited to bring you this finale!!



“A twisty space yarn with lovable antiheroes, awesome aliens, and a kick-ass heroine who finally comes into her own.”–Kat Ross, author of the Fourth Element Series


Daith has discovered some incredible things about herself: she is smart, charming, and has psionic powers that allow her to sense emotions, melt physical objects, even heal or injure with a thought. The problem is, she doesn’t have any memory of who she used to be.

 Regardless, Daith made a choice between leaving the ship to learn who she is or staying aboard to help the crew’s mission. But someone from her past knows the truth about her, and if he finds her, that truth could shatter her decision–and leave everyone vulnerable to her powers.




I’m so happy to share with you this wonderful review of ILLUSION I received from reviewer Joe Hinojosa. There aren’t “spoilers”, per say, but he does talk a lot about the plot, so be forewarned.

It’s such an amazing feeling to know that people are enjoying my book. It’s all I ever wanted–that the same feeling I get when I read a great story is a feeling I can give to others.

Here’s a sneak peek:

“As as sit here writing this, is occurs to me that Illusion is one of the better books I’ve reviewed. I read until I could no longer stay awake, and finished it as soon as I could.”

“Christa succeeded in creating an interesting story, one that I wholeheartedly encourage everyone to read. It’s definitely one of my new favorites!”

So without further ado, here it is!

Joe Hinojosa’s review of ILLUSION


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