Cindy Matthews

Cindy Matthews

Cindy A. Matthews' articles and essays have appeared in over forty publications. She works as a freelance manuscript evaluator, book reviewer, and copy editor. Her writer's guide, Defeating the Slushpile Monster, was a finalist in the self-help/non-fiction category of the 2009 EPIC awards and is now available in print and in Kindle formats. More information about her editorial services and non-fiction works can be found at her web site/blog www.cindyamatthews.com Writing as Cynthianna, Cindy has published contemporary and fantasy romantic-comedies. Cindy also writes sf/paranormal erotic-romance as Celine Chatillon. See her work on Amazon.com.
Frances Hodgson Burnett edited by Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina

Frances Hodgson Burnett edited by Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina

Frances Hodgson Burnett – The Library of America – Whenever you ask middle school readers what their favorite novel is, you’ll often hear “I love The Sercret Garden!” Possibly you’ll hear, “I love A Little Princess, too!” as both of these classic tales have been turned into big-budget movies with gorgeous settings and great acting in recent times. 

Hide Away by Jason Pinter

Hide Away by Jason Pinter

Hide Away, Jason Pinter, Thomas & Mercer – One night, evil shattered the lives of a young family living in Darien, Connecticut. Police corruption and incompetence compounded the horror.

Christmas from the Heart by Sheila Roberts

Christmas from the Heart by Sheila Roberts

Christmas from the Heart, Sheila Roberts, Mira Books – Livi Berg lives for her charity, Christmas from the Heart. In the small Cascades community of Pine River, the not-for-profit is all that stands between many folks and poverty at Christmas.

The New Annotated H. P. Lovecraft: Beyond Arkham

The New Annotated H. P. Lovecraft: Beyond Arkham

The New Annotated H. P. Lovecraft: Beyond Arkham, Leslie Klinger Editor, Liveright Publishing – Howard Phillips Lovecraft’s stories of horror and the macabre are rooted in the Pulp genre, but he carved out a literary niche all his own with “Weird Fiction.”

The Other Mrs. by Mary Kubica

The Other Mrs. by Mary Kubica

The Other Mrs., Mary Kubica, Park Row Books – A fresh start. That’s what Dr. Sadie and Professor Will Foust look for when they move their family from Chicago to an island community off the coast of Maine.

Met Her Match by Jude Devereaux

Met Her Match by Jude Devereaux

Met Her Match, Jude Devereaux, Mira – Summer Hill, Virginia, is like any small town—full of gossip, often vicious. Terri Rayburn knows this all too well, being subject to it her entire life.

The Wives by Tarryn Fisher

The Wives by Tarryn Fisher

The Wives, Tarryn Fisher, Graydon House – Thursday lives up to her given name. On Thursday she provides a loving home and hot sex to Seth Ellington, her perfectly charming partner in a polygamous relationship with two other, anonymous, women.

American Science Fiction: 1960-1966 & 1968-1969

American Science Fiction: 1960-1966 & 1968-1969

American Science Fiction: 1960-1966 & 1968-1969, Gary K. Wolfe Editor, Library of America – The 1960s saw a huge upsurge in groundbreaking science fiction in America. Champions of the genre produced a volume of work that redefined the nature of science fiction and how it related to the real world.

Miracle Man by William R Leibowitz

Miracle Man by William R Leibowitz

Miracle Man, William R Leibowitz, MMR – From an early age Bobby Austin shows he’s no ordinary child, in spite of the terrible circumstances of his birth. His foster parents are amazed at Bobby’s phenomenal intelligence.