While Christiane’s fiction writing is awesome, it takes a back seat to her real-life experiences that inspired her to write two children’s books. On this episode of the DIY Writer Podcast, she shares her ongoing story of her wrongfully convicted husband by a group of corrupt government officials in Alaska. Give it a listen and let me know in the comments what you think. Christiane also tells you about her experiences and gives some pro tips on Kickstarter programs and grant applications to help with writing books.
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ABOUT CHRISTIANE ALLISON
Christiane Joy Allison is an author/activist from Wasilla, Alaska, with half a dozen beautiful nephews and nieces who inspire her writing of children's picture books. She also writes fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and spiritual works. She is a Rasmuson Foundation 2018 Individual Artist Project Award recipient. She has an MBA in Management & Strategy through Western Governors University and a BA in Journalism & Public Communications from the University of Alaska Anchorage. She spends her days: writing, fighting for the release of her wrongfully convicted spouse, and advocating for justice reform.
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