Blogging, Voting, and Getting to NYC!

There are numerous blogs that warrant attention, praise, and awards. I don’t know if mine deserve all three, but I am asking my readers to decide. If you think they do, please vote for me at this link starting tomorrow. You have to be a member of Goodreads, which is well worth your time, whether as a reader or writer. Winners go to the Book Expo in NYC and the only way I would be able to go is if I win this contest. Being that there are so many great bloggers who have many more readers than I do, I probably don’t have much of a chance. However, magic happens and I do work hard pounding out words from my soul and brain to touch your lives. I want us all to “…get up, walk, fall down, but meanwhile, keep dancing.” ~ Hillel


Independent Book Blogger Awards

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About cynthianeale

My fourth novel in The Irish Dresser Series, The Irish Milliner, is being released by Fireship Press on June 2, 2017. The third book in the series is 'Norah, The Making of an Irish-American Woman in 19th Century New York,' (Fireship Press)) and two young adult historical fiction novels, 'The Irish Dresser' and 'Hope in New York City.' I have also written plays, essays, and short stories. I am a native of the Finger Lakes region in New York and now reside in New Hampshire. What do I especially enjoy? Reading, writing, Irish set dancing, waltzing, walking, learning about nature, some traveling, Irish sean nos dancing, art classes and painting, baking fanciful desserts, kayaking, growing flowers, creating events for food, dance, and fund raising, laughing until it hurts, and dreaming about possibilities.
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