Consultant and Author D. K. Christi

 

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Who is D. K. Christi?

 

D. K. Christi grew up in a midwestern town on Lake Michigan.  Youth was spent enjoying the water sports on the inland lakes and the "Big Lake;" yet included its own challenges that sent Christi reaching for stars at a young age.

     Christi graduated with honors with several undergraduate college experiences, receiving an M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision from the University of South Florida, Tampa.  Additional graduate studies in vocational and adult administration led to a career in the Administration of multiple federal and state programs that provide special services to target populations.

     Marriage and family provided detours that changed original career plans, but provided instead the joy that only a parent knows.  The little family traveled extensively and built a memory chest of people, places, and dreams across states and continents that are reflected in  Christi's stories.

     Travel stories enliven Christi's motivational talks and provide substance to teach strategic planning for cataclysmic change and adjusting to cultural differences.  Christi writes extensively for universities and school districts both curriculum and proposals for grant funding in the millions of dollars. 

     An advocate for those who need a louder voice to overcome their barriers to a quality life,  Christi has been a founding member of philanthropic organizations with assets over $50 million, member and leader in Rotary and business and community organizations, trustee for the birth of a new neighborhood church and founding board member/treasurer for a charitable, membership organization meeting the needs of the underemployed.
 

    Christi currently lives in Florida, enjoying the Gulf, the swamps, the quaint little towns with their "rails to trails" bike paths, the rivers for kayaking and quiet evenings at home with friends.  Recreational choices include science fiction based on scientific projections (not horror), old movies, music from the 40's and 70's and dancing. Christi is a feature writer for swspotlight.com

 

Contact D. K. Christi through  web site , www.dkchristi.com  Email: dkch@netzero.net

 

Listen to D. K. Christi on internet radio: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ConsciousDiscussions/2008/03/11/Author-DK-Christi-VolunteerActivist

 

D. K. Christi is available as a speaker, consultant, editor and writer. 

D. K. Christi, P. O. Box 367061, Bonita Springs, FL 34136

 

"All I know is in this moment."  D. K. Christi

 

"Author to Watch, D. K. Christi - Amazon.com
          D.K. Christi's debut novel
Arirang, a romantic adventure that spans seven continents, conveys an underlying theme that "life happens when you are planning something else." In Christi's shorter works such as Chalk, The Magic Box, and The Valentine , exclusive to Amazon Shorts , themes of friendship surviving tragedy, love conquering adversity, and the triumph of the human spirit over the hardships of life serve to uplift and inspire. Discover a new voice in fiction and through her stories, perhaps discover something new about yourself.  Find these short stories and more in the Kindle ebook Amour:  Stories of Love and Friendship."

Ghost Orchid, and two short stories "The Ice Storm" and "The View From The Balcony" in Romance of My Dreams anthologies I & II are recent releases by  L & L Dreamspell

 D. K. Christi's debut novel, Arirang, lives with the challenges of the present.  Struggles for a "raison d'etre" and the heroine's fears are universal in their appeal and their message:  Life is what happens as we plan for something else.


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Short stories cover the gamut of human emotion, often laced with life's most compelling emotion: love. You may find yourself in some of these stories and smile.

 

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Killer Recipes is a special book of retitled favorites to recognize the "spooky season" and credit writers of mystery, murder and mayhem who collaborated on this book to provide the royalties to The American Cancer Society.

 

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Words are my photographs and my paint, novels and short stories my canvas. Thank you for taking this journey with me. May all your journeys be filled with wonder and joy. D. K. Christi

 

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D. K. Christi as Consultant::

D. K . Christi is a professional, platform speaker who informs and entertains small to large groups as a keynote presentation or in workshops that are interactive and exciting adventures for all participants.

Author Related Topics:

From Inspiration to Publication - How to avoid the pits

My art; my business - How to approach writing as a business

Journals - The 365 day writing plan

Topics created to meet custom customer needs

Communications Related Topics:

Embracing Change - Better than the alternative

Negotiating with People You Don't Like

Finding Your Best Self

Creating a Winning Workplace

Crossover Topic: The Future is Here. Where are You?


 

Sex, Myths and Magic

The Rare and Endangered

Ghost Orchid

Presented by:

D. K. Christi, author, journalist and lecturer

 

D. K. Christi shares her obsession with the “Super Ghost” of Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary and why it’s a “matter of consequence.”

D. K. Christi lived and worked in Europe, Asia and the Caribbean. Her stories and novels capture the multi-cultural experiences and the beauty, fear and excitement of foreign lands. Three years of blue water sailing in the Caribbean add tropical spice. A polished and professional platform speaker who includes the audience.

 

Christi spent her U.S. years in Michigan, California and Florida with stops in Idaho and Washington, D.C. Today she contributes feature articles to the Bonita Springs Southwest Spotlight, and is available for freelance writing, editing and grant proposals between novels. Favorite local haunts are Bonita Beach, Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, Koreshan State Park, and all outdoor places to kayak and ride her bicycle.