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Christine M. Rose (Christine M. Weisheit) was born on 12 November, 1969 in Parma, Ohio, US.
|Popular As||Christine M. Weisheit|
|Age||51 years old|
|Born||12 November 1969|
|Birthplace||Parma, Ohio, US|
Christine M. Rose Height, Weight & Measurements
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Dating & Relationship status
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Christine M. Rose Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Christine M. Rose Social Network
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Rose keeps a blog at  and currently lives in Northern California with her husband and co-author Ethan Rose. Together they have published four novels in the “Rowan of the Wood” fantasy series. The fifth book, “Spirit of the Otherworld” will be published late in 2013.
O. M. Grey enjoyed her first appearance as a literary guest of honor along with Cherie Priest at the 2011 Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention in Tucson, Arizona. Other Literary Guest of Honor appearances: Aetherfest in San Antonio (2011 & 2012), The Difference Engine (2011) in Fort Worth, Clockwork Con in Austin, Texas (2012), and HRM Steampunk Symposium in Long Beach, California (2012), just to name a few. The 2011 Steampunk World’s Fair in Somerset, New Jersey, not only had Ms. Grey as an honored literary guest, but also celebrated Olivia by naming her “Muse of the Fair” by popular vote. In 2012, she was the cover model for Gearhearts Steampunk Revue #3, which also included a photo spread inside, as well as her short story “Of Aether and Aeon” and an in-depth interview.
In 2010, she began writing paranormal romance under the pen name O. M. Grey, whose steampunk novel Avalon Revisited was an Amazon.com Gothic romance bestseller and won The Steampunk Chronicle’s 2012 Reader’s Choice Award for Best Fiction. O. M. Grey has published several short stories, including “Dead Mule Crossing,” in a Pill Hill Press anthology; “Twenty Minutes,” in an SNM Horror Anthology; and “Dust on the Davenport” for a podcast anthology with veteran podcasters and authors Tee Morris and Philippa Ballantine. This last title also won The Steampunk Chronicle’s 2012 Reader’s Choice Award for best short story.
Her debut novel Rowan of the Wood won the 2009 National Indie Excellence Award for YA fiction and received excellent reviews, including Austin Monthly Magazine, Front Street Reviews, Teens Read Too, and the MidWest Book Review.
In 2009, she was named one of the top 100 Twitter authors by Mashable for her social networking skills. Her first nonfiction book “Publishing & Marketing Realities for the Emerging Author” became an Amazon.com bestseller in its first week.
She produced a political documentary called “Liberty Bound” in 2004, which theatrically premiered in Paris, France at a theatre in Place Saint-Michel. As a filmmaker, she has several credits on IMDb.
Christine M. Rose (born Christine M. Weisheit, November 12, 1969 in Parma, Ohio) is a contemporary American author and freelance writer.