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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.

 

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Cindy, thanks for visiting my blog and allowing me to find yours. Sounds like we have some similar ideas and I’m looking forward to the link to your antiques business. I also work for Keller Williams, and I was a graphic artist in a previous life. Beautiful photo in the header here … can’t wait to hear what else you have to say and see your corner of this beautiful state. Have a great weekend! Paige

  2. Hi Paige! Thanks for visiting… Here is the link to our Antiques site: http://stonebridgeantiques.wordpress.com/
    I’ll be posting some new things on there shortly. Funny how things turn out. Dennis worked for a big publishing company in Massachusetts for many years only to have them move their design department to India of all places. So now he divides his time between Real Estate and our antiques business and the occasional freelance job. It keeps him busy and allows for a flexible schedule, which comes in handy.

    I look forward to reading more of your posts!
    Cindy

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