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Sally Franklin Christie

Sally Franklin Christie lives in southwestern Montana with her son, Dan and her husband, Clifford.

Her daughter, Sarah and three grandchildren are never far away and a constant source of inspiration.

Christie is a long time blogger at Life is a Story – Tell it Big and a Moderator at The Writer’s Chatroom.

She worked as an organizer and board member for the Coalition of Montanans Concerned with Disabilities and was active during the earliest days of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

In her non-writing moments, she dabbles at landscape painting and crochet projects. Her favorite phrase is “Don’t touch anything sharp.”

Born in Illinois and living in Montana. Writer, Blogger, Moderator at The Writer’s Chatroom.

“I write to honor those authors who came before me.

* The writers who entertained my during High School lunch breaks and study hall.

* The writers I studied in College where I majored in Psychology and English Literature.

* The writers who wrote about physics in a way that let me haphazardly teach in homeschool.

I write in hopes of entertaining my reader. I write to help others. I write because my darling husband has a full time job that allows me to have modern day electronics and internet access. I write so others will follow and try it out for themselves.

I write.

Always remember that Life is a Story. I think we should all Tell it Big.”



(If I Should book page on FB)

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Self Published
A Note From Sally Franklin Christie

I have a smokin' blazing trailer for If I Should Die. 

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Videos by Sally Franklin Christie

Current Releases
I began this book in 2011 as a NaNoWriMo project. Not long after, my sister Kathleen was diagnosed with cancer. I began first edits and mailed one story per week. Sadly, she was taken by cancer before the last of the edits. This collection of short s...
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If Walls Could Talk
Peyton Farley has settled into a new life in southwest Montana.  Research and fact checking for a local newspaper is a perfectly safe job, or is it?  One morning, Peyton awakens and finds a strange man in lace up work boots who is bleeding ...
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If I Should Die: Murder, Embezzlement, Betrayal and Silence

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