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Cindy Appel

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St. Louis, Missouri, United States

Cindy Appel, writing as Cynthianna Appel, has published five light-hearted, contemporary romantic-comedy novels, The Fixer-Uppers, Country Boy City Girl, Beautiful Dreamer, Scrambled Eggs, and Seven Ways to Seduce a Martian.

Writing as Celine Chatillon, Cindy has published two erotica short stories in Xodtica e-zine (one an excerpt from her upcoming novella, A Middle Class Existence) and had two novellas published, Yes Virginia... and Gifts Well-Timed. “Celine” has an upcoming serialized novel with eXtasy Books entitled Brandi Whyne and Her Incredibly Erotic Adventures (with Robin Manhood and His Sexed-Out Space Pirates). Brandi Whyne…is a humorous “pulp fiction bodice ripper” continuing story of a young woman’s erotic/romantic adventures set in outer space. (Think Star Wars meets Sherwood Forest, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and Fanny Hill and you pretty much have the gist of it.)

Cindy's reviews, articles and essays have appeared in over forty publications and have won several awards. An avid online blogger, she recently published her first children's book, The Best Christmas Gift, as well.

Her web sites are http://www.cynthianna.com (romance novels), http://www.cindyappel.com (non-fiction and children's) and http://www.celinechatillon.com (erotica) Email her at cynthianna@hotmail.com

Interests: Writing funny, sexy, contemporary romances and erotic-romance (under the pen name of Celine Chatillon) as well as helpful how-to articles on writing and inspirational essays.

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes

 

Published works:

Fiction

  • The Fixer-Uppers
  • Country Boy, City Girl
  • Scrambled Eggs
  • Beautiful Dreamer
  • Seven Ways to Seduce a Martian
  • Gifts Well-Timed
  • Yes, Virginia... Here Comes Santa Claus
  • Nonfiction

  • The Slush Pile Survival Guide
  • Salsa Therapy... and Other Home Remedies
  • Straight Answers to Tough Writing Questions
  • Children's Literature

  • The Best Christmas Gift