Christopher Singleton

Author, Educator
FULL Member


Christopher E. Singleton Sr. has been happily married to Toni for almost 6 years. They have two children, an awesomely energetic 2 year old son named CJ, and a cool calm collected 6 month old infant named Joshua. In 2008, he received his B.A. in Music from Southern Connecticut State University! In 2016, he received his M.S. in Education from the University of New Haven! In his spare time he loves to write and it varies from poetry, to scripts, and especially stories for children. He also likes to play the ukulele, kickball, and LEGO’S with CJ (DUPLO, and the regular ones). Chris is excited to be a part of the F-flat team and is looking forward to getting more books out into the world! His next book will be “Chris & Frankie: Can You Help Us Count???” which is geared towards infants - preschoolers. His goal for that book is to get it translated into as many languages as possible. Chris would like to leave you with a few quotes. “If your circle is full of goal chasers, you’re in the right circle. If your goal is not full of goal chasers, find out what’s stopping them, and do what you can to inspire them.” “Support doesn’t always have to involve finances. Have you shared someone’s post on social media??? It will only cost you a little bit of time, but can mean the world to the person with the dream.” “The more you practice, the better you get. Such a simple phrase, but when you put actions behind the words, it makes a world of a difference. Practice being positive. Practice speaking up. Practice being a friend. Practice being creative. Most importantly, practice doing things that can help to inspire the next generation.” “If we were to take a moment, pause, and look at life through different eyes, we would realize we are blessed. Yes, there was an impatient driver that essentially made you press harder on your brakes than what you wanted to, but you’re still alive. Be grateful for that.”

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