This is what happens when a middle-aged woman gets a camera.
Video Series, Shorts and Other Stuff
WHAT WAS I THINKING!
A video series about the stuff I've done that some people considered crazy
Episode 1 - My Darkest Moment
In my first installment, I dive into the darkest moment of my life that led to what many consider to be a crazy decision: sell my lucrative business to start writing. What was I thinking, right? Sometimes life has to get pitch black before you make a difficult decision. This is the circumstance that eventually led me to write the novel, THE REVOLUTION OF CHARLOTTE SMITH (links to retailers below). I also answer a reader question which introduces the backstory to "Rev" including why I chose the Professional Bull Riders as the backdrop to this spicy romantic-sport-comedy. Thanks for viewing!
Episode 2 - A Wild Road Trip
In this installment, I talk about a road trip I took at the age of 52 with a 27-year-old professional bull rider and his 20-month-old son. When I left to catch my flight for this trip, all I knew was I would land in Denver, meet him and his son, and hightail it for Wyoming for a rodeo that night. I didn't know where I'd be going, I didn't know where I'd be staying and I didn't know the rodeos we'd be hitting. I didn't even know how long I would be gone. What's the worst that could happen? We'd sleep in the car?
A short film about finding courage when you're only six inches tall.
Sweet is our twelve-year-old, six-pound yorkie-poo who has experienced her share of challenges. This short film documents her path from uncertainty to courage.
What Do You Get When You Cross...
A video about making friends, featuring my 6-pound yorkie-poo, Sweet, who looks so sad every time I leave on my motorcycle that I decided to find out if she was serious about being a passenger. And hey, eye protection is the law. Tongue optional.
Cindy's Crooked Counter
In this episode (of what will be a series of very few), I compare Pacific Organic Free Range Chicken Broth to Imagine Organic Free Range Chicken Broth. This is not a scientific study and as such, will help in drawing few conclusions.