Award-winning and eight-time New York Times bestselling author Christie Golden has written fifty novels and several short stories in the fields of science fiction, fantasy and horror.  Among her many projects are over a dozen Star Trek novels, a similar number for gaming giant Blizzard’s World of Warcraft and StarCraft novels, three books in the nine-book Star Wars series, Fate of the Jedi, which she co-wrote with Troy Denning and the late and greatly missed Aaron Allston, and the novelization of Star Wars: The Clone Wars unaired episodes, Dark Disciple, which many reviews and lists have cited as the best of the new canon novels.

2014 saw the publication of no fewer than four novels: the highly successful World of Warcraft novel, War CrimesBlackbeard: The Lost Journal, a companion book to the video game “Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag”; a second Assassin’s Creed book, “Assassin’s Creed: Unity--Abstergo Employee Handbook” and The Accidental Knight, a novel set in the world of Cryptozoic’s online card game, HEX.

2015 saw only one book published, but it was a big one- her fourth Star Wars novel, Star Wars: The Clone Wars—Dark Disciple, novel featuring the popular characters Asajj Ventress and Quinlan Vos.

Golden’s most recent novels are Warcraft: Durotan, the prequel novel to the Warcraft movie based on Blizzard’s games, as well as Warcraft: The Official Movie Novelization.

2016 closes on a high note with a one-two punch involving Golden’s return to the Assassin’s Creed universe.  The novel Assassin’s Creed: Heresy, which hits shelves in November, takes an in-depth look at the Templar Order while also exploring the truth behind the legend of Joan of Arc’s.  December will feature her novelization of the upcoming Assassin’s Creed movie.

She is looking forward to 2017 and WordFire Press’s rerelease of one of her favorite original novels, A.D 999, which features the fallen archangel Lucifer, the Norse god Loki, and the two mortals who dare stand against them and the approaching end of the world.

Golden appeared on the scene a quarter century ago, launching the TSR Ravenloft line in 1991 with her first novel, the highly successful Vampire of the Mists, which introduced elven vampire Jander Sunstar.  To the best of her knowledge, she is the creator of the elven vampire archetype in fantasy fiction.  Several original fantasy novels include On Fire’s Wings, In Stone’s Clasp and Under Sea’s Shadow, the first three in her multi-book fantasy series “The Final Dance”.  She is delighted to see her first original novels, Instrument of Fate and In Stone’s Clasp, available in an entirely new format as online books nearly fifteen years after their original publication.

You can find her at, on Facebook as Christie Golden, and on Twitter @ChristieGolden.

Born in Atlanta, Georgia with stints in Michigan, Virginia, Colorado, Tennessee, and Texas, Golden has returned to Virginia for a spell.