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.