Christine Roney began her professional life by earning a Juris Doctor degree in California and practicing law at the trial and appellate levels. While writing briefs for the courts and advocating for her clients gave her much satisfaction, she eventually realized that she wanted to take a more artistic path.
She completed the professional screenwriting program at UCLA Film School and has written several screenplays. And although she loves the screenplay format, Christine decided that writing novels would allow her to delve much deeper into the characters that play around in her head.
When her high-heels were not echoing in the halls of justice, Christine studied sculpture at Otis College of Art and Design. So when she is not musing over her stories or pounding away on her laptop, she is sequestered in the quiet inner sanctum of her studio, with hammer and chisel in hand, searching for that one clear note, that poetic line that can only be expressed in stone.
Grace begins to feel invisible.
It’s subtle at first. Men look through her, people talk over her. It seems her opinion no longer matters.
So she begins to feel invisible. Then one morning, Grace looks in the mirror and watches in horror as her reflection fades. She doesn’t just feel invisible anymore, she is invisible.
Fading Grace follows Grace’s journey to be seen again. A journey that takes her from oceanview condominiums to homeless encampments. From a high-end art gallery to a small neighborhood theater.
The people she meets on the journey through her invisible world will change her life forever.
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Awards and Recognition
- Beyond Stone won Best in Psychological Dramas/Thrillers at the 2017 Book Talk Radio Club Awards