Cynthia A. Hudson


Freelance writer, Indie eBook author, and novelist extraordinaire.

A native New Englander, Cynthia now divides her time between the east coast and west, her restlessness shining through with every cross country trip she makes.

When she's not writing she spends her time fostering rescued Golden Retrievers, only happy when there are at least two furbuddies running amok in her home. She also runs, competing in 5k and 10k races and forever training for the elusive 20k of her dreams.

An avid reader, she walks the dark streets and peeks into the lighted windows with her favorite authors, Stephen King, Anne Rice, and Dean Koontz. She is always on the lookout for new Indie Authors as well and believes in giving them her full support.
She was a paralegal in her former life, working much of her career with the District Attorney's office. Over the years she has also been a bartender, a tax preparer, and a teacher's aide for learning disabled high school students.

She loves writing horror and taking you by the hand and leading you ever so gently into the dark corners of her mind. A romantic at heart however, even her stories of horror and mayhem include a touch of Cupid's arrow.

The author of two novels, Where Dreams Begin and Picture Me Home, the novella, The Sandman written under the pen name
C.A. Keane, and far too numerous to list short stories, she is currently working on the first full length novel in her Alex Steele series and the first novel in her Of Angels (working title) series.

A mother of three and a grandmother of four, she is just another INFJ that only wants to rule the world but doesn't want anyone else to know about it.

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Where Dreams Begin
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 72,950. Language: English. Published: April 25, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
A haunting novel set along the rocky coastline of Maine where a majestic manor holds secrets deep within its walls and where the lines between reality and the supernatural have become blurred...

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