Who’s Chris?

Christopher C. Starr

Christopher C. Starr is the author of the Heaven Falls series. These stories examine God’s relationship with Heaven and Earth – the good and the bad – told through the eyes of the angels. Book 1, The Road to Hell is available now. The next book in the series, Come Hell or High Water, will be released December 2020.

Chris makes it a point to look at the dark side of his characters, both heroes and villains, and his work explores the “grey”—that place where good and evil come together in all of us. Maybe it’s middle child syndrome, maybe it’s Maybelline but this life on the dark side has been a pathway to exploring some of pop culture’s most iconic comic and movie villains (and some poor ones too). The better the villain, the better the story…

When he’s not writing, Chris enjoys comic books and movies, staying away from cemeteries, and poorly participating in P90X. He lives in Austin with his wife, two kids – the Boy and the Honey Badger – and a pack of dogs.

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What’s It Worth?

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the cost of things. And not just financial cost, though that is definitely a driver. No, I mean the real cost of things. The opportunity cost. Quiet as it is kept, I didn’t originally go to college to get a Sociology degree. The

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Suck It Up, Buttercup

I’m sorry I haven’t written in a minute—I’ve been all up in my feelings for the last 2 weeks or so. My president is leaving and the whole idea got me like: My wife has been trying to get me to watch these retrospectives of the last 8 years, the

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My New Career Counselor

  I am legit taking professional advice from my dog. Real talk. So the Damn Dog—I mean, I love her but anything that wakes you up at 3am because it’s not sure if it has to pee and then gets a shy bladder because someone in Nebraska forgot to close

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Oh yeah, I guess we did have a New Year, huh?

I know I’m late with my 2016 retrospective: truth is, I don’t feel like 2017 will start until January 20. I’ma be crying behind Obama leaving, singing old Guy songs: “Baby, Don’t Go.” Beyond that, I think I’m like everyone else: my feelings on 2016 are: I am happy to

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