She was first approached by Blizzard after the cancellation of Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans in 1998. The storyline of the game was far too important to disregard as it set the stage for the entire Horde campaign in Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos. Christie Golden was then hired to write the novelization based on scripts and outlines provided by Warcraft universe co-creator, Chris Metzen, and had to be completed within six weeks. The book was released under the title Lord of the Clans about a year prior to Warcraft III.
Ms. Golden lives with her boyfriend and cats in Denver, Colorado. She plays on the Wyrmrest Accord server, but does not release the names of her player characters. She started playing after four months since launch.
- Lord of the Clans (2001)
- Rise of the Horde (2006)
- Beyond the Dark Portal, with Aaron Rosenberg (2008)
- Warcraft: Legends Volume 3
- I Got What Yule Need (2009)
- Warcraft: Legends Volume 4
- A Warrior Made--Part 1 (2009)
- Warcraft: Legends Volume 5
- A Warrior Made--Part 2 (2009)
- Arthas: Rise of the Lich King (2009)
- The Shattering: Prelude to Cataclysm (2010)
- Chronicles of War, with Jeff Grubb and Aaron Rosenberg (2010)
- Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects (2011)
- Jaina: Tides of War (2012)
- War Crimes (2014)
- Warcraft: Durotan, with Chris Metzen (2016)
- Warcraft: The Official Movie Novelization, with Chris Metzen (2016)
- Golden is known for continuing the "Voyager" stories after the conclusion of the series. Under the pen name "Jadrian Bell," she wrote A.D. 999, a work of historical fantasy.
- Golden's favorite thing in Warcraft writing is goblin dialogue.
- A high elf NPC, , was based on Christie Golden. An unnamed night elven priestess and a white-haired human warlock appeared in War Crimes helping Varian to fight the attackers. These two characters are based on Christie Golden's in-game characters. The same white-haired human warlock had her first cameo appearance in Tides of War.