17-year old Christine Mari Inzer authors first book

By on January 22, 2015

Born in 1997 to an American father and a Japanese mother, Christine Mari Inzer left Japan at age 6 with her family to relocate to the United States.

Ten years later, she traveled back to Japan for a six-week cultural immersion to reconnect with her roots.

Her fascinating adventure, self-discovery and experiences are all beautifully captured in Halfway Home: Drawing My Way Through Japan, the appealing book Inzer penned, made even more engaging with illustrations in comic fashion.

A very promising writer, Christine has received raves from well-known authors including Jeff Smith (author of the Bone series), Robert Whiting (author of You Gotta Have Wa and Tokyo Underworld), and Kate Williamson (author of A Year in Japan) and favorable reviews in Publisher’s Weekly and Kirkus.

If you have to explain Japan in detail to a young traveller from the west, this book does the work.

Christine family

The Inzer family

Christine currently attends high school in Connecticut.
Available at amazon.com
http:// christinemari.com

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