Anderson, Cinda 1948-
ANDERSON, Cinda 1948-
Born September 2, 1948, in TN. Ethnicity: "White." Education: Earned a business degree (with honors) in England. Hobbies and other interests: Art, music.
Writer, artist, and composer for piano.
International Women's Writing Guild.
Voices of the Great Depression—The 1930's, 1stBooks Library (Bloomington, IN), 2002.
Fore the Deer Childrun (juvenile), Author House (Bloomington, IN), 2003.
Dragon Lady (romance novel), Author House (Bloomington, IN), 2004.
Observations of an Idiot (short stories and nonfiction), Trafford Publishing (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada), 2005.
Cinda Anderson told CA: "As a young woman, my desire to write was born while living in Great Britain. It was thrilling to be surrounded by the atmosphere so many literary greats also experienced and wrote about in the past. To walk the same streets was exciting, fascinating, and inspirational.
"My work is primarily used as a voice for so many silent people. I like to think I provide contemporary insights that will be appreciated not only in the present but also the future.
"Each of my books are my favorite. They are all worthy of my time spent creating them."