Christy Hoss

I imagined becoming a writer when my second-grade teacher told me that was exactly what I was! I won first prize in our class writing contest. The prize wasn’t much, a recycled picture of a panda from a calendar, but to me, it meant the world. It inspired me to dream of writing books. My teacher’s influencing words kept me pressing forward and today, I engage actively in fulfilling my dreams.

Imagine being told you were a writer at eight years old. Oh, the worlds my imagination created! Fast-forward through adulthood to the present. Today I long to inspire my readers. I write stories of hope and positivity, adding humor, mixing it up with conflict and real-life problems to engage my readers from beginning to end.

Imagine inspiring and engaging adventures. Connect with me and let’s have an adventure together.

Featured Articles

TSA, Panic and a Diabetic Alert Dog

I love adventure, especially traveling. Sad to say, my thirst for adventure has been dampened by my experiences at airport TSA checkpoints.

Whenever I go through security with my service dog, I face serious anxiety and pray to get myself through those gates. Read all about it, today on my blog.

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The Author Reads ‘Sylvia’s Mother,’ by Jennifer Lynn Cary

She’s an overprotective single mother…

…He’s a former protector who can’t give up the role.

But who will guard their hearts from scheming high school matchmakers?

Forget about Women’s Lib. Return to 1972 Kokomo, Indiana for the second installment of The Weather Girls Wedding Shoppe and Venue series—Sylvia’s Mother—and the fight for personal independence.

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Visiting Dogs4Diabetics Center, Where My Old Pawprints Were Left

Our trip to California was full of family and friends and one huge piece of business: My recertification with Dogs4Diabetics.

Every year I (Aiden, the diabetic alert service dog for my Mom) get an annual vet visit, update shots and get a health clearance. Today on my blog, I’ll share pictures of our trip to D4D.

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Where a Dog Does His Business

Traveling is always an adventure for me (Aiden the diabetic alert service dog), especially flying.

Today on my blog, I’ll show you pictures of my favorite service animal relief areas at U.S. airports. I think they’re the perfect place for humans to take their companions during long trips.

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