Author Archives: Cynthia Williams
My new book, A Hero Dies Many Deaths, just went up on Amazon as an ebook (physical copy coming soon). It’s a fantasy book that’s (sort of) about greek mythology, among other things. “I killed the gods – and all … Continue reading
Hardly and Frankly – An ex-teen super-sleuth “solves” mysteries with the business end of a knife. Click here to start at the beginning. The Sea Cannot Drown Me – my book. It’s also about vigilantes and detective work, but it doesn’t … Continue reading
Here’s a new rule, for your reading pleasure. Rule #17: Train yourself to be a light sleeper. Inevitably, your home or hotel room will be broken into while you’re sleeping. You don’t want to be caught off guard.
It’s actually the same book I talked about before, but now you can get it on your Kindle. Click here to check it out, or go to My Book tab.
Recently, updates on this website have been a little scarce. That’s my fault – I’ve been falling behind in the content I’ve been creating for the website (the reviews and Hardly and Frankly, for example). I’ve been focusing a lot … Continue reading
New rule is up (a little late too, but more on that in a later update) Rule #16: Teen super-sleuths are all vaguely Christian, unless explicitly stated otherwise.
New rule is up. Rule #15: You should be able to blend in anywhere. Knowing which spoon is the soup spoon is just as important to being a teen super-sleuth as knowing how to hold your own in a fight … Continue reading
New rule is up. Rule #14: Be wary of solo acts. The best teen super-sleuths are either partners or trios.
New rule is up. Rule #13: Never take money for solving a mystery. The only compensation a teen super-sleuth needs is the satisfaction of a job well done.
New rule is up. Rule #12: Teen super-sleuths don’t take vacations. They just solve mysteries in exotic locations.