Christina Britton Conroy
Novelist/ screenwriter/ singer/ actor/ Irish harpist/ Certified Music Therapist/ Licensed Creative Arts Therapist, Christina Britton Conroy has many passions. Her first novel 'One Mans Music' received critical acclaim.
Kirkus Reviewers called her her non-fiction, (I want to Go to Lithuania) or How to have Fun with our Aging Parents - "Sensitive and empathetic; offers excellent suggestions for coping with the harsh reality of caring for elderly parents."
Her four-part historical novel series is currently being launched. Kirkus Reviewers called the first book in the series "A fun read, The actors chapters often present intriguing setups... good plotlines".
Her screenplay adaptation of 'From the Shadow' was produced in Hong Kong. Other stories and non-fiction articles have appeared in anthologies and journals.
Her education includes creative writing and screenwriting at NYU; acting at The Actors Studio; music at Juilliard Pre-college, Interlochen, a MusicBac from the U. of Toronto, and music therapy M.A. from NYU.
As a music therapist, Christina works with children and adults. Her non-profit, 'Music Gives Life', won her NY1 TV News's 'NYer Of The Week'.
She lives in Greenwich Village with her husband, actor/media-coach Larry Conroy.
To get a copy of her book click here I want to go to Lithuania or How to have Fun with your Aging Parents shows the realism of grappling with the issues amidst senior parents.
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