Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Dear Reader, Love Cristina G

Dear Reader,

I had a dream when I was a child. The dream was bigger than me, bigger than anything I’ve ever seen or heard before.

I wanted to be a writer just Victor Hugo.

I very much desired to transmit my readers what Les Misérables transmitted to me.
My destiny was sealed as I was living under a very oppressive communist regime.
It was a fantasy, more than a dream.

Years went by, many changes occurred in my country and the world. One day I left my parents crying and relocated to another country. Then to another one.

I didn’t want to leave, but I had no other choice.

One day, I realized that life was passing me by and I was purposeless.

I was alone, full of open wounds, and so, so weary. My heart was bleeding, my soul was lost, and my mind was shattered.

I fell down on my knees and begged for a chance to do something for others if I couldn’t do it for myself.

And that moment I knew why I came into this world. I knew I had a purpose all along. I just couldn’t see because my eyes were always blurred with tears.

My childhood dream at the back of my mind was brought to the surface.
So I started writing.

I was insatiable. 

Due to my outstanding background and incredible life experience, I never run out of ideas.

I put my life into words. I expose terrible stories of abuse, and I reveal my deepest fears.

I invent realistic stories, and I give life to many divergent characters. I make them love, fear, cry and fight. I give them hope, and I instil in their minds the wish to never surrender.

I invest everything in this dream that has now become a reality.

Dear reader, I am an author, and I dedicate every moment of my life to make you dream, laugh, snort, cry and fight alongside my characters.

Please, remember my name, and note the titles of my books. My mind, soul and body are in all of them.

To make your life easier, I mention a few: Oranges at Christmas in a Communist Country; Ten Years in Italy, Three Weeks a Human; Half my Age Plus Seven; iLive; and It’s Never Game Over.

I wrote others, and I am publishing another two by the end of 2017.

So next time when you crave for a story written with the heart, chose one of my books. Trust an author who writes for you while sacrificing her needs to offer her octogenarian parents basic amenities.

And if you like them, why not hit follow and review them to support me?

At the end of this letter, I wish to express my profound gratitude towards you, dear reader. Without you, yes, You, I wouldn’t call myself an author.

Cristina G.
About the Author

Cristina G. was born in Romania during one of the harshest communist regimes that ever existed.

The tenth child of a farmer’s family, she has six sisters and used to have four brothers, now only two.

Aged eight, she read Les Misérables by Victor Hugo and fell irremediably in love with books. Since then she kept dreaming of writing for many years, and she wrote a lot, but never thought of publishing.

In 2012, after living in Italy for ten years, Cristina became a blogger.

In June of 2014, with the help of a British friend, she moved to the UK. Here, although her expectations were not great, Cristina fulfilled the dream she never dared to dream before.

Cristina G. is now a registered author and dedicates her life to writing focusing on human behaviour, emotions and feelings.

Her latest book is the self-help/nonfiction, It’s Never Game Over.



About the Book:

Author: Cristina G.
Publisher: Independent
Pages: 145 ebook/268 paperback
Genre: Nonfiction/Self-Help


It’s the end of the year but you have the impression it’s the end of your life?
Start the New Year with a plan. Don’t make a resolution, make a habit!
Whatever your situation might be now, you have the power to change it.
           Depression can be overcome.
           You can lose weight and find love.
           You can heal and transform your life.
Believe you’re happy, and you’re half way there.



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