A native Texan by birth (if not geography), Chris moved “home” as soon as he could.
Attending Texas A+M, he learned quickly that there was more to college than drinking beer and going to football games. He relocated to San Antonio, attending SAC and UTSA, graduating in late 2000 with a BA in Literature.
While there, he also met a wonderful lady who somehow found him to be funny, charming, and worth marrying. (She has since changed her mind on the funny and charming.)
Chris began writing in 2012. His short stories have appeared in several anthologies: “Bad Blood and Old Silver'”(Luna’s Children: Stranger Worlds Anthology, Dark Oak Press); “Isaac Crane and the Ancient Hunger” (Dark Corners Anthology, Fantom Enterprises); “200 Miles to Huntsville” (Black Tide Rising, Baen Books); and “What Manner of Fool” (Sha’Daa: Inked, Copper Dog Publishing).
His two cats allow him, his wife, their three kids, and two dogs to reside outside of San Antonio.