In 2012, Christie published her debut novel Leave The Wake Behind with an accompanying CD of 12 original songs. The book is a story of love and loss and self-transformation with supernatural themes and has sold out its second run. It is currently available for loan through library services in Victoria.
After releasing the novel, writing took a back seat while she began a five year social work with honours degree at RMIT University 2013-2018. During that time she won first prize for her short story Sand And Locusts which was later published in the Melbourne Writers Social Group Anthology 2019 and online through the World Writers Collective Christie Heart | free-stories (worldwriterscollective.com)
In 2015, while on placement at NGO Project Respect, Christie rewrote and edited into a pocket version, a book she had researched for the organisation back in 2008. The Manual: An informative guide for women considering entering the sex industry, was first
published in 2010. In 2011, "The Manual" was translated into Korean and distributed to Korean sex workers by the Salem Foundation.
Last year (2020) Christie completed the text for a children's picture book under the pen name 'Christie Miranda' and has recently (June 2021) printed copies of the polished draft of her first children's novel for critical appraisal. Meanwhile, she is busy working on an adult fact-informed fictional drama featuring a feisty social worker - with more novels plotted and raring to go.