Christine Feehan

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Christine Feehan, Mormon author
LDS Author Christine Feehan, photo by Cassandra Young

Christine Feehan is a best-selling American author and a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, sometimes casually called the Mormon Church or LDS Church.

Born Christine King in California, Feehan is one of fourteen children and mother of eleven. She is married to Richard Feehan.

Feehan has over 40 novels published and is a #1 New York Times bestselling author. Her debut novel, Dark Prince, published in 1999 won three Paranormal Excellence Awards for Romantic Literature (PEARL) for that year. Since then she has won seven more PEARL awards and has been on numerous bestseller list including those of Publishers Weekly, USA Today, and The New York Times. Feehan has also received a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times and been nominated for a RITA award from the Romance Writers of America.

Dark Slayer by Christine Feehan

Feehan has written her books in series. The "Dark" series consists of 22 titles (as of 2011); the "Drake Sisters Series" consists of seven novels (as of 2009); the "Sisters of the Heart" series consists of two books (as of 2011); the Ghostwalkers series consists of nine novels (as of 2011); and the "Leopard" series has five titles (as of 2011). She has written six other works outside of those series.

In spite of her huge responsibilities as a wife and mother, Feehan writes every day. She has been published in multiple languages and in many formats, including large print, palm pilot, e-book, and hardcover. In October of 2007 her first manga comic, Dark Hunger was released in stores. This was the first ever manga comic released by Berkley Publishing and it made #11 on Publisher’s Weekly Bestseller’s List.