Christine James began her writing career at the age of six with the self-published title “The Baby Who Grew to Say Goo,” whose unfortunate protagonist lived a life fraught with prejudice because her vocabulary was restricted to the titular infantile syllable. “The Baby Who Grew to Say Goo” had a print run of two copies, both of which were hand-bound with mini-staples.
As her œuvre grew to include such works as “Sharky and His Friends,” “Obelion Goes to Mars” and “Mr. Mad Scientist,” Christine knew in her heart that she was destined to one day review the Burt Reynolds/Liza Minnelli screwball romantic comedy “Rent-A-Cop” for her university’s newspaper. With that auspicious beginning, Phase II of Christine’s career kicked off — the part that didn’t involve mini-staples.
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