Cynthia Hepner

Biography

 
Cynthia Hepner was born in Los Angeles, California on November 1, 1957 to Ernest and Carolyn Lopez. She went to school in the San Gabriel Valley, in a rather small town for the area, Baldwin Park.
 
Mrs. Hepner started writing in her sophomore year in high school. She was put into a high English class where speaking was 90% of her grade. Having a very strong aversion to pubic speaking, she refused. Her English teacher made a deal with her, if Cynthia would write poetry and let Mrs. Claytor read it to the class, then she would give her a grade instead of a zero. She agreed and Mrs. Claytor introduced her to prose, and she has been writing ever since. She also received an A in the class.
 
Mrs. Hepner loves to read, sew, garden, and bake gourmet desserts when she is not tending to the needs of her family. With love in her heart and a 26 year marriage...she has raised four children, a daughter who is an RN in the Midwest, her oldest son that owns a technical development company back East. Between the two, they have blessed her with 10 grandchildren.
 
She is also blessed with two special needs children that warm her heart and fill it with love every day of her life. Even with her busy schedule, Mrs. Hepner has graced us with her words and shows us that love can truly make the world go 'round.

Cynthia moved to Washington with her family in 1990 where she resides with her husband, two children, three dogs and thirty-two chickens.
 
You can visit with Cynthia anytime you'd like on her Facebook page: Cynthia Hepner~ Author, Writer, and Reviewer or follow her on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/cynthiahepner   

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Books

This member has not published any books.

Smashwords book reviews by Cynthia Hepner

  • Tim and the Princess on Nov. 20, 2010

    Bobby, I think you did a great job on your book. It was fun to read and I think other children will like it to. It would be a good story for bedtime. I'm very proud of you and I am so happy you finished your story. Love you so much, Momma