About Cynthia

Welcome to my professional portfolio!

Photo Credit Brad Elliot
Photo Credit Brad Elliot

As you may have guessed, my name is Cynthia Anderson. Currently, I am a Professional Writing Major at Champlain College, which means that I am learning the ins and outs of how to succeed in the wide world of writing. This website will act as a means for me to publish some of my work and get it out to a wider viewing audience (rather than just a few trusted classmates and professors).

I grew up in a city on the southern coast of California that goes by the name Santa Barbara. I spent my childhood with my nose buried in books, though I also loved the outdoors. When it came time to find an establishment of higher learning at which I could study, I started looking at the east coast, hoping to make connections that would help me me make my way into the world of publishing (so that I could become involved in getting books that I loved out to the public). My search and application process led me to the winter wonderland of Champlain College, located in the quaint town of Burlington, Vermont. I fell in love with the school, the atmosphere, the program, and the people.

That’s enough about me for now. Please feel free to look around the site. If you find anything that you like, you are welcome to reprint my work as long as you contact me and give me credit for what I have written. If you would like to see more of my work or are interested in my writing, please don’t hesitate to email me at canderson419@gmail.com. Enjoy!


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