My special guest on the Born To Talk Radio Show heard at 1:00 PT on Monday, April 23rd, is my friend, Christine Conradt. Christine and I met over 20 years ago while working at our local Westchester Family YMCA in Los Angeles. I knew then how focused she was in everything she did, she was a leader at the Y and took that same work ethic to her career as a screenwriter, director, producer, and author.
Christine is originally from Nebraska. She been writing for television for almost two decades, including 65 screenwriting credits. Her TV movies have aired on Showtime, Lifetime, Lifetime Movie Network, Hallmark, Fox, and Up.
After earning her BFA in screenwriting from the University of Southern California’s esteemed School of Cinema-Television she went back to grad school and received a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice from Boston University focusing on cybercrime and juvenile delinquency.
Christine has directed three feature-length films for television. The Bride He Bought Online (aka Flirting with Madness), which she also penned, premiered on Lifetime in 2015. She then directed Killer Mom, also for Lifetime and went on to direct the Christmas movie she wrote, 12 Days of Giving, which aired on UP in December 2017.
She has produced more than 20 feature films for television.
And if that isn’t enough she is a YA author, Christine’s first thriller novel in the ‘at 17’ series, Missing at 17, will hit bookshelves on May 1, 2018. Her second book, Pregnant at 17 will be available on June 5, 2018. And her third, Murdered at 17 will be available July 3, 2018. All three books are novelizations of the popular ‘at 17’ franchise on Lifetime Network. The series is published by HarperCollins.
Why does she like writing thrillers? Might have something to do with her Masters Degree.
Please join us for this fun 1 hour show. Christine definitely has a story to tell!
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