Book Signing Schedule for CALLER ID
- Signing BYU Women's Conference--Bookstore--April 27th, Friday from 11-1pm
- Teaching & Book signing at the LDStorymakers Conference May 4-5th, 2012, Provo, Utah
- I'm co-hosting a huge giveaway hop with I Am A Reader, Not A Writer blog. It should be lots of fun. You can click on this link to learn more and even sign up to participate in the hop if you'd like.
WRONG NUMBER was the recipient of the 2011 Olive Woolley Burt Award from the League of Utah Writers for Outstanding Book of the Year as well as a finalist for the 2010 Mystery/suspense Whitney Award
Email Rachelle at Rachellethewriter@gmail.com to schedule a book signing and/or presentation.
Wrong Number was a finalist for the 2010 Mystery/suspense Whitney Award
Email Rachelle at Rachellethewriter@gmail.com to schedule a book signing or presentation.
Praise for Wrong Number
Award-winning novel in the League of Utah Writers and LDStorymakers first chapter contests.
"Here's the exact way to turn an improbable plot into a rollicking
suspense novel, full of surprises and twists, and wonderful
"Christensen does a wonderful job of developing her characters. As
happens so rarely, I was able to close my eyes and imagine what each
character looked like. This is amazingly good writing. And you begin
to care about so many of the characters, without ever fully knowing who
you can trust. Christensen keeps you on the edge of your seat."
-- Jeff Needle prominent book reviewer from AML
"Wow! For your first suspense/thriller you smacked this one out of the park! I was very impressed with your storyline, your pacing, your characters, your attention to detail and accuracy, and your prose. I loved it! I read several books a year, and there are very few I can't put down when it's time for dinner or bed. Wrong Number is one of the few I HAD to finish. It was one of the few books I've read where afterword, I thought, dang, I wish I had written that! Congratulations."
--award-winning author Gregg Luke
"Rachelle Christensen has penned an exciting novel that will hook readers from the accidental discovery of a dead body to the thrilling and unexpected climax, with lots of twists and turns along the way. Don’t expect to get a lot of sleep with this one. If the thrills of the chase don’t get you, the thrills of the heart will. An excellent debut. I’ll be looking for more by this author."
Jeffrey S Savage, author of the Shandra Covington mystery series and the Farworld fantasy series
"With a gripping storyline and sympathetic characters, Wrong Number will keep you on the edge of your seat, the hairs on your arms on full alert, and your stomach in your throat until the very last page. But in a good way."
Tristi Pinkston, author of Agent in Old Lace
"A gripping plot that revs its engines on page one, accelerates with each new chapter, and doesn’t come to a stop until you close the book at its satisfying conclusion."
ToriAnn Perkey, editor
"Rachelle Christensen weaves a tale of intrigue, suspense, and romance that is sure to please readers of all genres. Aubree’s story captured me from the very first page, and her struggles—both internal and external—kept me cheering for her until the very end."
--Nichole Giles, author of Mormon Mishaps and Mischief, and The Sharp Edge of a Knife
"Rachelle Christensen is an excellent writer, with a flair for combining sweet, heart-warming romance with suspense. Her book, Wrong Number, started out fast-paced, kept me consistently wondering what was coming next, and reached a heart-stopping climax—a gripping page-turner the whole way through. I'd highly recommend the book to those who enjoy a romance as well as to those who enjoy a little romance mixed in with their suspense!"
Cindy Beck, Cup of Comfort contributor and co-author of Mormon Mishaps and Mischief.
"Wrong Number kept me turning pages as I followed Aubree in her struggle to keep her baby safe. The suspense keeps you wondering if she’ll ever be able to open her heart to love again."
C. LaRene Hall, author of “Martha’s Freedom Train”
"Wrong Number is a fun, fast read! It gripped me right from the first scene and pulled me along for the ride all the way to the end!"
Heather Justesen, author of "The Ball's in Her Court"