By: Cynthia Bermudez | May 05, 2020


A day late but here is blog post 25 of 26 of the Dan McGuire Blog Challenge. 

I decided to use a different provider for my newsletter. Sign up is still the same. Since I deleted my account, my first newsletter went with it. So I just wanted to mention how I got the idea for Graffiti Heart. It was my daughter's idea. 

My daughter and I were driving together and we were at a long stop. A train was passing by and she was like, "Mom, what if..." 

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By: Cynthia Bermudez | April 30, 2020


Lots of cool announcements. Here is my third video blog and post 24 of 26 of the blog challenge. 

I have a YouTube channel. Only my book trailers and other promotional videos will be posted there. I've posted four book trailers I've made. I hope you check them out. 

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One of my favorite songs when I was teen. 


By: Cynthia Bermudez | April 27, 2020


I can't think of a good name for my video blogs. I've created a YouTube channel and will post videos I'm planning on creating later. My video blogs will be for my website blog.

So here is blog post 23 of 26 of the Dan McGuire Blog Challenge. I'm almost done! 

I'm just talking about random stuff. I also read on of my old poems for National Poetry Month.

I've released two books on Kindle, short story and part 1 of a three part novella. Check out my books section. 

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By: Cynthia Bermudez | April 23, 2020

If you're a DIY person you probably already know of Covervault. I love this site. There are a lot of free 3-D mock ups for your books. All the ones I've used so far are from Coverault.

This is the one I used for Brothers (left).

I've been working hard on finishing a few more projects. I'm excited about it. 

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