List of titles by author Cindy Causey

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Cindy Causey taught herself to type in the 8th grade because she couldn't write in her diary fast enough in longhand. A degree in advertising and a career as an advertising copywriter were the result. A fifteen year stint as a copy chief at JCPenney Catalog qualified her to become Content Development Manager for JCPenney.com and then Internet Marketing Manager.

After 20 years at JCPenney, Cindy retired in December and is now working full time with her husband Scott in their multi-media production company. They specialize in live-event videotaping, audio production, editing and duplication as well as website design and hosting.

After her first book, a non-fiction work called Cherish the Gift: a Congregational Guide to Earth Stewardship, was published, Cindy began writing fiction. She found her voice in romance, stories of the struggles two people endure on the road to happily every-after.

She hopes readers will fall in love with the stories she's written for The Wild Rose Press, too. The first, A Different Drum, will be published May 29, 2009. The second, A Hot TIme in Texas will be available later in 2009.

Cindy and Scott make their home in Dallas, where they both grew up. In addition to writing, Cindy enjoys scrapbooking, public speaking on environmental issues and juggling the needs of 4 grown children and 3 aging parents.
Cindy Causey taught herself to type in the 8th grade because she couldn't write in her diary fast enough in longhand. A degree in advertising and a career as an advertising copywriter were the result. A fifteen year stint as a copy chief at JCPenney Catalog qualified her to become Content Development Manager for JCPenney.com and then Internet Marketing Manager.

After 20 years at JCPenney, Cindy retired in December and is now working full time with her husband Scott in their multi-media production company. They specialize in live-event videotaping, audio production, editing and duplication as well as website design and hosting.

After her first book, a non-fiction work called Cherish the Gift: a Congregational Guide to Earth Stewardship, was published, Cindy began writing fiction. She found her voice in romance, stories of the struggles two people endure on the road to happily every-after.

She hopes readers will fall in love with the stories she's written for The Wild Rose Press, too. The first, A Different Drum, will be published May 29, 2009. The second, A Hot TIme in Texas will be available later in 2009.

Cindy and Scott make their home in Dallas, where they both grew up. In addition to writing, Cindy enjoys scrapbooking, public speaking on environmental issues and juggling the needs of 4 grown children and 3 aging parents.
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