Beware of Christina Benjamin!

It has been brought to my attention by several authors in the indie community that everyone should beware of Christina Benjamin. She’s got some questionable tactics that have made her rise to the top. We’ve decided to take a stand and spread the word to everyone so no one gets caught in her trap.

But there’s no point in telling you about her without some hardcore evidence. Therefore, I have collected a series of quotes from other authors listing her heinous crimes. I must warn you, what you’re about to see may be disturbing. But the linked author pages and slideshows prove that all sources are highly credible and should be taken seriously.

Christina Benjamin

If you see this face, do not engage. She will smoother you with compliments and joy. Do not be fooled by her innocent smile. She is armed and dangerous with a butt-load of books. But don’t just take it from me. Keep reading for a curtailed list of her offenses, and keep the light on. It’s less scary that way.

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Victoria Anders

 

“Christina Benjamin is one of those indie authors who I read when I didn’t believe in myself and that I could publish my own books. She made me believe that I could do it. Christina, thank you!”

Victoria Anders

 

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Melissa A. Craven

“Her book covers are just awful! They’re so adorable, it makes me want to buy them all.”

Ann Maree Craven

 

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Cait Marie

 

“Christina does such a wonderful job bringing characters to life and sucking the reader into her stories. I was hooked from the beginning and now want to go read all her books!”

Cait Marie

 

 

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“I can’t even with Christina Benjamin. How dare she be so talented, kind, helpful, and beautiful. She makes the rest of us look bad!”

Heather Dowell

 

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Colleen Nye
“Can you believe how completely nice she is? Like sickly nice. Have you read a single word she’s written? You’d think this woman wrote fantastic or something? Who is she to think she can write so well and get away with it? Oh… my… gash… her laugh? It’s infectious! The audacity she has making others laugh!”

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Jolene Buchheit
“Don’t you hate it when you compliment someone on a home improvement project and they turn around and invite you and your whole family to come visit? Like it’s not bad enough that she has the best style, but then she’s super nice and sweet on top of that? The nerve.

 

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Maggie DallenShe’s so stinkin’ generous. Christina is always willing to give fellow authors valuable feedback and advice. She’s the most ridiculous team player…always offering to take on tasks in group projects and contribute her time and energy. I mean, enough already, ammiright? You’re an angel among women, we get it. On top of that, she’s a freakin’ triple threat. She’s a talented writer (obviously,) I’m pretty sure she’s a professional model, AND she’s great with graphics. Did you know she did our covers for The Danger of Dating a Diva AND The Trouble with Tomboys? Seriously. Enough already with all that talent.

Maggie Dallen

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“I hate how she’s so smart AND beautiful. Like, really?! You had to be BOTH – and creative, too?!”

 


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“She’s always posting adorable images that make the rest of us realize how not picture worthy our lives are. She dresses cute during quarantine while the rest of us are in slug wear.

Michelle MacQueen

M. Lynn

 

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Stephanie Street

“Can you believe Christina? She makes the most amazing food and takes these great pictures. She and her husband are so cute, it makes me sick! And her books? They are so good. Disgusting to be so fantastic.

Stephanie Street

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