Cindy Huff is a jubilee writer. Fifty years is spoken of in the Old Testament as the year of jubilee. All personal property that had been sold to pay debts was returned to the original families. It was a time of renewal. After raising five children, homeschooling for fifteen years, and teaching in her local church and serving as short-term missionary she is renewing her love for writing in this season of her life. She enjoys honing her craft and seeing her name in print. They say sixty is the new forty, so she’s optimistic that her writing life has plenty of time to grow.
Cindy has been writing since high school in many arenas. She served as a guest columnist for the Beacon News, wrote scripts for Children’s Bible Hour, children’s stories for various publications, as well as magazine articles and devotionals in a variety of publications, Not to mention a plethora of skits, monologs, and mimes performed in church services and by homeschoolers. She also coached drama teams and a teen mime group.
Cindy was a member of the Christian Writer’s Guild and completed both the Apprentice and Journeyman Courses offered by the Guild. The mantra, “writers never stop learning” is important to her. She is a member of Word Weavers International and president of the Aurora, Illinois chapter. Like most writers, she reads extensively to improve her writing skills and immerses herself in the beauty of the written word.
Secrets and Charades, her debut novel will be available March 2017. It won the 2014 Editor’s Choice Award from Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas.
In her quest to give other writers a helping hand published over 100 book reviews. Her blog is a platform to encourage other writers. Face to face networking feeds her extrovert personality. She enjoys talking about writerly things and is available to speak.