A Perfect Fit (2020), is a spinoff from A Christmas Kind of Perfect set in Buffalo, New York. It exposes the painful process of letting go of a toxic relationship in order to fall in love with the man God intended. It is one of eight eBooks in the Ponder This series published by Pelican Book Group under the Prism Lux Imprint. 

Presently, Christine is finishing A Perfect Ending where love blooms unexpectedly between two very different people after realizing that all experiences in life work together in God's perfect plan for our lives. The book is set once again in beautiful Door County, Wisconsin, and is another spinoff from the author's A Christmas Kind of Perfect

Christine lives on five acres in the country with her husband and golden retriever and is now fortunate to devote most of her time to writing. She always has a work-in-progress, but in her spare time, she enjoys golf, tennis, kayaking and simply being outdoors where she finds the inspiration to write.

Her advice to those wanting to take the leap into writing is to join a writing/critique group, read every genre you have time for, and study the craft to the very best of your ability.

Christine is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers Association and the Romance Writers of America.

About Christine

Christine Schimpf was born and raised in a small town in southeastern Wisconsin, graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Magna cum Laude, and is an award winning essayist.

Her debut novel, Nick: The Journey of a Lifetime (2011) is based on the life of her husband's grandfather. "It's about love, immigration, risk, fear and success all rolled into one powerful story," says Schimpf.  Years after its release, the author continues to hear from readers that the story strikes a familiar chord with their own personal histories and entry into America. 

 

The Ticket (2015), is an inspirational romance set in Belfast, Ireland, during the construction of Titanic. The book won the recognition of semifinalist in the American Christian Fiction Writers Association's Genesis Contest in the Historical Romance Novella category. It highlights a decision many of us have to make...the choice between a life of self-focus or one that is shared in love. 

A Christmas Kind of Perfect (2017), published by Pelican Book Group, brings to light how mistakes can turn into regrets that only the strength of forgiveness can mend in a love thought lost. The story is set in Sister Bay, in Wisconsin's Door County, during Christmastime and tests the belief that God has plans for us all.

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