my eyes are tired but there are still so many oceans left to let loose on the page.


Rantings Of a Girl...


hris Smith grew up in a world that was anything but normal. “Going For Your Dreams” was a family motto. Come feast or famine, she was surrounded by Parents who loved, believed, and encouraged all her expressions.

She started writing poetry at an early age and hasn’t been able to put the pen down since. Chris has been writing erotic short stories for a bit and put a lot of her first major stories into First Introduction: Anthology of Erotic Short Stories. She started writing her first book, Is The Juice Worth The Squeeze?” Book 1, during the middle of the Family Farm going through foreclosure as an economic crisis was ripping across the U.S. Her second book in the series, Is the Juice Worth The Squeeze? Book 4, was written in the aftermath of a journey to help heal her Mom of Stage 3 cancer.

Whether fiction or non-fiction, whether poetry or erotica, from love to pain and back again, Chris pours her whole soul into every work. On good writing days when she finds the sweet spot, it’s like the whole universe is funneling its energy through her. Writing is the closest thing she’s ever felt to the existence of a higher power.

Most of the time you’ll find her typing away, hair frazzled, and eyes filled with word madness trying to quench the desire to create. She is currently working on several books and continuing to expand her artwork and photography portfolio. She’s also started dabbling in painting. In her spare time, you’ll find her wandering constellations in the night sky and pondering a padded dish room for all the unopened screams.

Occasionally Chris provides private consulting on the subjects of social media and storytelling (not editing or grammar). You can make inquiries through the Contact page.

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Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.
Howard Thurman
African American Author, Philosopher, Theologian, Educator & Civil Rights Leader