West Jordan , UT (PressExposure) June 02, 2011 -- Could you write a book while suffering from an illness which causes cognitive issues, physical pain, debilitating fatigue, and brain lesions? Could you do it if you also had a heart condition, diabetes, thyroid disease, cirrhosis of the liver and kidney disease? What about raising two autistic children with anxiety disorder and learning disabilities at the same time?
Cindy A. Christiansen has done this and more. She's actually written five books and all she wants to do is encourage others to fulfill their goals and dreams. Well, maybe that's not all she'd like to do.
Cindy has written a sweet romance book entitled, CASKETS AND CORRUPTION, where a portrait artist named Lizzie Cantrell wants to change careers to avoid consoling bereaved families and dealing with death. Lizzie didn't know she'd end up stealing a dead body and a casket full of heroin and running from the drug cartel. She also didn't know she'd end up on the 6 o'clock news wanted for grand theft auto, robbery and assault on a police officer. And to top it off, she must deal with her sister's Chinese Crested, stowaway dog and a stiff-necked funeral director, Phillip Van Dyke, to boot. Will she be able to exhume the remains of Phillip's deceased heart?
With CASKETS and CORRUPTION and her other titles soon to follow (all which include dogs), Cindy hopes to partner with a company to raise money for abused animals through the sale of her books. Here's what you'll find in Cindy's books:
A clean read with no bedroom scenes or foul language.
A tantalizing, past-paced plot.
A story without a lot of boring description.
Everyday heroes and heroines with ordinary jobs.
A rollercoaster ride of emotions you face right along with the characters.
A special dog to steal your heart.
A few added facts, a good message, and that important happily-ever-after ending.