KAI Special… Awarding Winning Author, Cynthia Reyes!

Just in case you are not ENTIRELY bored of reading about why and how I write — and a few other things — I am reblogging the interview done very recently by the wonderful Kev Cooper:

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Kev’s Author Interviews Presents…

A KAI Special with Award Winning Author:

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Cynthia Reyes!

Earlier, I asked Cynthia to tell us a bit about herself:
CR: I was born and raised in the countryside of Jamaica. Came to Canada on 2 weeks’ notice and truly grew up here. It’s where I became a strong and caring daughter, wife and mother.
I’m thankful for my partnership with my husband and close relatives in raising our two strong, gifted and kind daughters.
I’m also grateful for a successful career in television and in project consulting. I was an executive producer, leader and trainer at Canada’s largest television network, and have worked as a consultant on large projects.

Kev: Welcome to this special edition of KAI, Cynthia. Tell us a little about your book and how did you come up with the title?
51COr80Z3tL._SX322_BO1,204,203,200_CR: Thank you, Kev.
The title? There are several clues in…

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46 responses to “KAI Special… Awarding Winning Author, Cynthia Reyes!

  1. Wonderful interview! It is always interesting to learn about the writing process – behind the scenes 🙂

  2. Kudos Cynthia. The awards keep rolling in! 🙂

  3. tony wong

    Hail, Ms CR OD. we love you.. cant get enough of u.. congrats again on your award..
    tony

  4. A wonderful interview with Kevin, Cynthia. Congratulations on the Diamond Book Award and recognition for your work!

  5. Great interview, Cynthia! Congratulations on your Diamond Book Award…well done!

  6. Never bored darling 🙂

    And another bit of you rolls back that glorious cover.

  7. Very interesting and a great interview, I am contemplating that you think in stories – I probably do as well? Thinking..

  8. Congrats Cynthia – how terrific!

  9. Bravo! I’m endlessly fascinated by the “why” and “how” behind great writing – this was very illuminating!

  10. Great to read the full interview, your story is so inspiring – full of hope, joy and love of life. (Bored? Never!)

  11. Great interview. It is interesting to get the behind the scene account.

  12. Laurie Graves

    Congrats! I just bought “An Honest House.” So looking forward to reading it.

    • Hooray! I’m honoured! But maybe I’ll run away and stay hidden, because your book reviews are very thorough and what if you hate it? I shall start packing my bags now…. Seriously, Laurie, I thank you for buying it, and I am honoured.

      • Laurie Graves

        Well, my goodness! Thanks for the compliment. I’ve started your book and like it very much. No need to pack your bags 😉

  13. Paula Deronde

    Lovely article/interview.

    Congrats again.

    *Paula de Ronde* *Read to know. Travel to Discover. Live and love.*

    On Thu, Oct 20, 2016 at 4:18 PM, Cynthia Reyes – Author of “A Good Home” & “An Honest House” wrote:

    > Cynthia Reyes posted: “Just in case you are not ENTIRELY bored of reading > about why and how I write — and a few other things — I am reblogging the > interview done very recently by the wonderful Kev Cooper: ” >

  14. Kev

    Excellent Cynthia… getting great responses. 🙂

  15. What a lovely and thoughtful interview. Very nice. Not to mention yet another outlet to spread the word about your book. Cheers once again! Jeanne

  16. Thank-you for the reblog Cynthia. I will never get bored reading about your books and how and why you write!

  17. Wonderful interview, dear Cynthia. Not sure how I missed this post, but I’m here now. I appreciated learning about the writing process and hearing more behind the scenes & from the heart information. By the way, you look lovely in red. 🙂 Congratulations on the award too! I’m craving a reread now of your memoirs.
    Blessings ~ Wendy

  18. Congrats on the feature, dear Cynthia… I much enjoyed reading the interview and I wish you best of luck with your new book, writing in general and upcoming projects. Sending love, Aquileana 🙂

  19. Great interview Cynthia, I loved reading about the process behind the books.

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