Christine King Feehan
California, United States
|Genre||Romance, paranormal romance, fantasy, paranormal|
Christine King was born in California. She grew up with three brothers and ten sisters. She spent a lot of time getting in trouble at school for writing instead of doing the things she was supposed to do. Later she forced her ten sisters to read every word.
She is married to Richard Feehan, and together they have 11 children (each had children from previous marriages). Today, her daughters read and help her edit her manuscripts.
Feehan has been published in multiple languages. In October 2007 her first manga comic, Dark Hunger, was released. This was the first manga comic released by Berkley Publishing, and it reached #11 on Publishers Weekly's bestsellers list.
Feehan is a #1 New York Times best selling author of five novels. She has won multiple Paranormal Excellence Awards for Romantic Literature (PEARL) and Romantic Times awards. She has been on bestsellers list including those of Publishers Weekly  and USA Today. Feehan has also received a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times and has been nominated for a RITA award by the Romance Writers of America.
#1 New York Times Best Sellers ListEdit
|Novel||Publication Date||New York Times Best Seller List|
|Safe Harbor||June 2007||Paperback Best Sellers|
|Dark Curse||September 2008||Best Sellers: Fiction|
|Murder Game||December 2008||Paperback Best Sellers: Fiction: Mass-Market|
|Hidden Currents||June 2009||Paperback Best Sellers: Mass Market Fiction|
|Street Game||December 2009||Paperback Best Sellers: Fiction: Mass-Market|
Romantic Times AwardsEdit
|Dark Magic||2000||Vampire paranormal romance||Reviewer's Choice Award|
|Dark Fire||2001||Vampire paranormal romance||Reviewer's Choice Award|
|Dark Guardian||2002||Vampire romance||Reviewer's Choice Award|
|Lair of the Lion||2002||Historical paranormal romance||Reviewer's Choice Award|
|--||2003||Contemporary new reality||Career Achievement Award|
|Dark Destiny||2004||Vampire romance||Reviewer's Choice Award|
|--||2015||Paranormal romance||Career Achievement Award|
Paranormal Excellence Awards in Romantic Literature (PEARL) AwardsEdit
|Dark Prince||1999||Best new author, best shapeshifter, and best overall|
|Dark Magic||2000||Best shapeshifter and best overall|
|Dark Dream||2001||Best novella and in best anthology|
|Dark Fire||2001||Best shapeshifter and best overall|
|After the Music||2001||In best anthology|
|Dark Guardian||2002||Best overall|
|Dark Melody||2003||Best shapeshifter and favorite overall|
|Dark Descent||2003||Best novella and in best anthology|
|Dark Hunger||2004||In best anthology|
|Mind Game||2004||Best fantasy|
|Dark Possession||2007||Best vampire|
|Dark Magic||2001||Paranormal||Rita Awards Finalist|
|Dark Fire||2001||Best heroine and other paranormal||Francis Award|
|--||2004||--||RIO Award of Excellence|
|Water Bound||2011||Paranormal||Rita Awards Finalist|
|--||--||--||Golden Leaf Awards (New Jersey Romance Writers)|
- "Printable Book Catalogue". ChristineFeehan.com Retrieved 2/2/2013
- "Author's Bio". Retrieved January 4, 2012.
- "Publishers Weekly Bestseller Lists". PublishersWeekly.com. Retrieved 2018-03-10.
- Parkin, Marny K. "Authors' Awards". Mormon SF. Retrieved December 29, 2017.
- "Paperback Best Sellers: July 15, 2007". New York Times. July 15, 2007. Retrieved December 29, 2017.
- "Best Sellers: Fiction: Sunday, September 21st 2008". New York Times. September 21, 2008. Retrieved December 28, 2017.
- "Paperback Best Sellers: Fiction: Mass-Market: Sunday, July 19th 2009". New York Times. July 19, 2009. Retrieved December 29, 2017.
- "Romance Subgenres". Romance Writers of America (RWA). Retrieved December 30, 2017.
- Melton, J Gordon (2010). The Vampire Book: The Encyclopedia of the Undead. Visible Ink Press. p. 580.
- "2003 Career Achievement Award Winners". Romantic Times. Retrieved December 29, 2017.
- "Announcing the 2015 RT Reviewers; Choice and Career Achievement Awards Winners". RT Book Reviews. March 15, 2016. Retrieved December 29, 2017.