Christina Francine

Christina Francine is an enthusiastic author and educator for all ages. Picture book, Special Memory (2019), and leveled reader series, Mr. Inker (2020), reflects her positive thinking and belief that individual learning style can solve world problems. Journal of Literary Innovation published her analysis on students’ writing across the nation Spring 2016. Forthcoming is a fantasy novel about a special forces dream-guardian and her investigation on whether true love really exists.

Christina holds a B.A cum laude in Children’s Literature and in Education from University at Castleton, Vermont, and a M.A in English Studies with a concentration in writing from SUNY Fredonia, New York. She continues to share her love of writing by teaching college students and with elementary students part-time. She is a member of BNCWI – Buffalo, Niagara Children’s Writers and Illustrators, and of Elk Grove Writers Guild. Learn more about Christina by visiting

I’m thrilled my short story is part of an anthology written by all women. The anthology is called, A Scream in the Night 2 and was edited and compiled by Reyna Young. She is known as Miss Misery, The Queen of Horror in the Bay area, and is an award winning director. Bed Sheet Books is the publisher. My story is the second one in and is titled, “Friday Nights Are Not a Good Time to Get Groceries.” It’s a cross between horror and comedy.