Christie MeierzChristie Meierz writes space opera and science fiction romance set on a world of empaths at the edge of a dystopic Earth empire. Her published works include her PRISM award-winning debut novel, The Marann, two additional novels (Daughters of Suralia and The Fall) and a collection of short stories, Into Tolari Space. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America, spent 10 years raising sheep in upstate New York, and has been declared capable of learning Yup’ik.

Christie now lives in Pittsburgh with her mathematician husband and an assortment of stuffies. When she’s not writing, she writes about writing on her blog, Meierz Musings, her personal Facebook page, where she welcomes comments and friend requests, and her Facebook Author Page.

Christie says:
I really enjoyed doing this interview on Get Lost in a Story – come see which cartoon characters I would cast in The Fall, and my first published haiku!

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  1. I would like very much to know if there is a possibility to be able to buy your books in print not as ebook? I am not a great fan of technology nor this new rules that everyone has to know everything about everbody, that includes all kind of so called social networks … I belong to a generation that is in extinction and had a great respect for privacy. So I do not buy ebook. I like books. I have MARAN and would very much like to read others if they would ever be in printed version.
    best regards

  2. Any chance of getting The Marann through the iBooks store in Canada? Can only get Into Tolari Space, Great Expectorations and Daughters of Suralia at the moment.


    1. My books get to the iBooks store through Smashwords, so the new third editions should, theoretically, get there Real Soon Now ™.

      Since I don’t have an iPhone or iPad, I don’t entirely understand how ebooks work with them. Can you copy an epub into a folder on the device and then read it? If so, your simplest option might be to purchase it on Smashwords and download the epub directly.

  3. Hi Christie,

    I just saw your book “The Marann”. I want to write a post about it on website. Please reply me if You want me to go ahead and write about it.

    Thank you.

    1. I sat on this one as long as I have because it astonished me. I am unaware of any particular rule requiring the author’s permission to review a book. So, with some trepidation, I would say Go For It.

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