Category Archives: Writing

Vasculitis Month – ebook

So I put together a collection of reflections, etc. for my Wegener’s Granulomatosis remember us month (also you can remember breast cancer too if you want) and the ebook turned out to be over 11,000 words give or take cause … Continue reading

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Indie Author

Just wanted to point out that I am now an Indie Author at Smashwords. You can see my post about it at Cyn’s Doodles. If you want to see what I have, here is my Smashwords page. My next project … Continue reading

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I am still here

Sorry friends… I have been around, but not on this site. Recently, I started doing some volunteer work for Helium. I have over 180 essays from book reviews to memoirs. Also, I am a poetry steward on this site. It … Continue reading

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Story Mash

Lately I have been trying out a few writing sites to keep the creativity flowing. Do you remember the days in school when the teacher would tell you to write a few lines, fold the paper, and pass it to … Continue reading

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Nursery Rhymes and Childhood

“I do not love thee, Dr Fell, The reason why I cannot tell; But this I know, and know full well, I do not love thee, Dr Fell.” I knew when I first read these lines in a nursery rhyme … Continue reading

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Select Vision: Caring For MS

Although Select Vision is dealing with her daughter’s MS, she had enough time to post about The Vasculitis Foundation, which has helped me in many ways in the last five years. After watching the emotions that my husband has gone … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of Cyn

At about 6 a.m., I hear the alarm clock. My hubby is usually out of bed, dressed, and news-watching. I can hear the sounds of KREN TV. I turn over to continue my dreams, but it becomes apparent that my … Continue reading

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