About Cindy Shea
I am a New Hampshire native with an MBA in business leadership from Franklin Pierce University. By day I am a cost analyst for a manufacturing firm, but by night I am an antique dealer, blogger, mystery writer and most recently President of the local Agriculture Commission.
I am a member of the New Hampshire Writers Project and the Sisters in Crime national and New England chapters. My undergrad is in communications, which was the closest thing to a writing degree you could get at SNHU back then. I am an avid gardener, baker and reader of all types of genres and most recently I am working on living a sustainable lifestyle.
I have two grown children and live with my boyfriend and business partner (and in-house graphic designer) Dennis. We live in an old farmhouse in Loudon, NH with our two dogs; a Newfoundland named Elli and a Lab/Hound named Cadi, and our three cats Bristol (aka Mr. Grumpy Pants), Gracie our all white deaf kitty and Evi, the newest addition with the incredible purr. We “adopted” Boris, a New Zealand rabbit, from a local farm. He was going to be someone’s dogs dinner, but is now a member of our family. We’ve added sheep, goats and chickens to our farm, too numerous to list here. When you live on a farm, you might as well have animals.