Cynthia Carver was born in Dayton, Ohio to Métis parents. Her family settled on a farm in western Ohio where she spent her high school years. She grew up baling hay, riding horses, writing in her journal, camping and going to powwows. After high school, Cynthia joined the United States Navy to travel the world. She landed in Hawaii and on the California coast. Whether she lived on base or off, her residence was haunted. Now, she puts a paranormal spin on everything she does whether it is camping, ghost hunting, or writing.
No longer does she cruise the Pacific Highway, she tours the continental United States in a 1990 Holiday Rambler Class A motorhome. She enjoys the quiet sounds of nature while writing her book’s next chapter in a State or National Park. Occasionally, during the winter she will boondocking on the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) areas of southwest Arizona and on into California, or visiting México for street tacos, music and atmosphere.
Cynthia returns often to Ohio to visit her daughters and to Kentucky to enjoy the company of her sister. Family gatherings remain the same, she is allowed to bring items such as paper plates, napkins, and utensils. Because her smoke detector always cheers her on when she is cooking.
Each November, Cynthia accepts the NaNoWriMo.org challenge of writing a 50,000-word novel within thirty days and some years it is more than 50,000 words. Join her Newsletter or Text list to keep up to date about future novels, book signings, and travels or check out her event page.