Christopher Forsyth

I'm the author of five published books*, a journalist, principle of Forsyth Communications, a former speechwriter for a leading Silicon Valley CEO, marketing content manager, drive-time show announcer, newspaper and magazine editor, and reporter.

I was born in the Far East and have lived in the U.S., U.K., Australia, India, Singapore, and Malaysia.

Today I am a U.S. citizen and live and work in Durham, NC. I'm a student of yoga meditation philosophy, I read widely, I attend classical music concerts and opera, I walk everywhere, swim, I make masala chai, and love Indian food.

I'm married with two sons, three grandchildren, a great-grandson and a step-granddaughter. I can be reached via email: or at

*I ghostwrote The New Data Imperative: Managing Real-time Risk in Capital Markets, published in 2009 in the U.S.,  The Governor General (fiction), Pitched Battles (history), Can Australia Survive World War III? (nonfiction), The Great Cricket Hijack (nonfiction) [All published in Australia].

I'm at work on a new novel, tentatively called, The Monk.