Cindy Woodsmall

Welcome!

I'm so glad you decided to stop by my website. I never imagined when my first book was published in 2006 that connecting with readers would become my favorite part of writing. I hope you'll take a relaxing breath and a sip of your favorite drink, then spend some time getting to know my books and me. And I'd be pleased if you'd connect with me so I can get to know you as well.

Plain Talk Blog: News & More

Featured Posts:

FIVE Book Giveaway for 21 Days of Grace!

Five-book Giveaway image

Congratulations to our FIVE winners! Thank you to everyone who participated and left wonderful and encouraging comments! You’re the best! Our grand-prize winner is Mary Gail, and she’ll receive five books. Our four other winners will each receive a copy of21 Days of Grace, and they are Kathleen Berman, Alberta Kliem, Emogene Oliver, and Marion! Again, congratulations!… Read more »

Recent Posts:

Hope Crossing Giveaway

1. Hope Crossing

  One sunny spring day, my husband and I were welcomed into the home of an Old Order Amish woman. Her old brick farmhouse was filled with her people, except for my husband and me. They talked among themselves in their “native” language, Pennsylvania Dutch, but when they spoke to us, they used English. The… Read more »

Party, Sharing, and Win an Amish-made Wall Hanging . . .

Amish-made wall hanging-A Love Undone

This giveaway is now closed. THANK YOU to everyone who participated!! Congratulations to Bonnie of Warren, Minnesota! She is the winner of the Amish-made wall hanging and an autographed copy of A Love Undone. Join me TUESDAY for a Facebook party to celebrate the release of A LOVE UNDONE! I’ll chat with you live on… Read more »

Giveaway and a Great Deal

ALU and TDOC

  A Love Undone, releasing September 9, is a fictionalized account taken from some events that happened within the Amish community. It’s a story of good people living by faith and love, but they are also snared by heartache…and temptation.  This novel has been on my mind and heart for a lot of years. The… Read more »