Cynthia A. Hudson
Just another dreamer
Cynthia Hudson is a freelance writer, Indie eBook author, and novelist.
She writes under several pen names, Cynthia Hudson for general fiction, C.A. Keane for the darker paranormal, and Emily Keane for her sexier romances.
With a taste for the macabre and a psyche that works just a little different from everyone else's, she can often be found wandering in the dark corners of her own mind.
November is here…A month for giving thanks...for family…for friends…for life.
November is busy for me this year, I am using NaNoWriMo to finish up a couple of projects and get an all new story steady on its fledging feet.
I started the new month off with a chest and head cold after suffering for a couple of weeks with allergies that concentrated on my eyes. The very expensive prescription drops really didn’t help all that much and it turns out an inexpensive Benadryl knockoff from Costco did the trick and finally let me get back to work. Unfortunately, it is better than a knock on the head to put me out and I took more than my fair share of naps these last few weeks. Needless to say, I haven’t been all too constructive of late, I am hoping that changes with the changing seasons.
I also spent last month getting another small business venture of mine off the ground which I am hopeful will bear fruit and help support this starving writer. Well, not starving really but you get the gist.
I am thankful for much however. My beautiful Golden Retriever, Murffy, whom I recently adopted from a local rescue, my good health, even when it waivers in its resolve, my ability to write and create stories for others to enjoy, and most of all, being blessed with a life worth living.
I also want to thank all my friends from my hometown of Waterford that contribute to the “You’re probably from Waterford, CT if” page on Facebook. Some of you I know personally, and some I simply recognize your family name but either way, you have been the inspiration and the driving force behind my new story line based in a small town in Connecticut. As soon as my work is ready to be published I will post the links right here on my site.
I may not be able to go back, but I am still able to go home.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!