Mary Chris Escobar writes women’s fiction. Her debut novel, Neverending Beginnings was published in 2012. Subsequent works include Delayed, How to be Alive and her latest, How to Fall, published in December 2014. In addition to her weekly blog, her personal essays have appeared in the The Write Lifestyle magazine (Issue 2, Issue 11) and at Women Writers, Women[‘s] Books.
Mary Chris is a member of the Women’s Fiction Writer’s Association and a Board Member of James River Writers. She led a popular discussion about indie publishing at the 2013 James River Writers conference and is presenting the “Surviving Self-Publishing When the Success Is Slow to Come” session at the 2015 Romance Writers of America conference.
In addition to her writing career, Mary Chris is also an academic adviser at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), with a masters degree in Counselor Education. She has participated in a panel discussion about research in fiction with the Focused Inquiry program at the university. Mary Chris lives in Richmond, Virginia in a renovated parking garage with her husband. You can find her just about anywhere with good coffee or craft beer.
Visit her website: marychrisecobar.com
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