Books By

Christina M. Eder

New books for 2021

Tadpoles: Tiny Tales from Freshwater Adventures

Christina M. Eder swims around her metaphoric lily pad to cast more lines into literary waters. She and 12 teen/tween authors join her to create the fourth book in the FROG Blog series: Tadpoles: Tiny Tales from Freshwater Adventures. In 300 words or less, each candid story invites readers to discover life through curiosity and uncanny (supernatural?) events. Anchors away as we set sail for another excursion! 

Find it here on Amazon and Kindle

Knee Deep: A 9-Month Whirlpool of

Handwritten Letters to the Creator

Book #3 in the FROG Blog series. As the title suggests, this volume contains the fruits of a nine-month lesson in reliance on the Creator. The book consists of a series of letters, penned in longhand, daily, on a variety of topics laid on the heart of author and blogger Christina M. Eder. As a blogger who understands diminishing attention spans, Christina writes in short segments, to be read as stand-alone pieces or as part of a collection.

Now available at Barnes and Noble and at Amazon.

Life’s Too Short for Dull Razors, Cheap Pens, and Worn Out Underwear

Christina’s first book Life’s Too Short for Dull Razors, Cheap Pens, and Worn Out Underwear is her response to a double-dog dare to write a book about what she thinks about while she runs. Written with courage, humor, inspiration, and unashamed personality, she requested her book’s publishing date to be (appropriately) April 1st. Available on Amazon and Kindle.

FROG Blog, Learning on a Lily Pad

FROG Blog, Learning on a Lily Pad is the first of the FROG blog anthology series. This book includes 77 one page stories from Christina plus 23 authors’ stories who uniquely describe their delicate slice-of-life experiences. Available on Amazon and Kindle

Unthawed: Lessons from a Frozen Lilly Pad

Unthawed: Lessons from a Frozen Lily Pad is the latest release in the FROG Blog series. It is a book of stand alone chapters that include courageously unique perspectives about personal experiences in 500 words or less. Full of honesty, variety and adventure!
12 authors join me on this lily pad of life lessons and blessin’s to share their (sometimes raw) insights from what they’ve gained through “creative adaptation.” We openly (sometimes painfully), tell how we’ve been invited to change course and recover from our original expectations. Available on Amazon, Kindle, and through Barnes and Noble