AUSTIN, Texas, March 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- White Bird Publications announces the upcoming release of Original Cyn by Sylvia Dickey Smith. Original Cyn will be available wherever fine books are sold on March 29, 2016. Original Cyn will be published in trade paper (ISBN: 978-1633631496, $18.99) and eBook ($5.99) editions.
Novelist Sylvia Dickey Smith delivers an unforgettable story about secrets, self-discovery, choices, consequences, fear and faith in her latest novel, Original Cyn.
About Original Cyn: Protagonist Cynthia Carter's life appears perfect-but for the fact that she and her husband, The Reverend Wilburn Carter, are controlled by fear. Cynthia is afraid she'll displease Wilburn and if not him, his parishioners. But her biggest fear is the emptiness swelling inside her.
In the pulpit, Wilburn is the hero: God's right hand, the messenger, the revered Reverend. At home, however, is a different story: he's cold, controlling, selfish and self-consumed. Every Sunday, Wilburn stands at the podium and worries which parishioner might stab him in the back. But his deepest, darkest fear is that people will discover he's a phony.
As Cynthia drowns in her lack of identity beyond what's assigned by her preacher-husband, she wonders if she should stay in the relationship. Could there be more to life than just being the Pastor's wife? Before she can decide, events force her to flee. If she goes far enough fast enough, those back home will have to deal with the chaos they created-deal with it or go to hell in their sanctimonious handbaskets. Until a phone conversation leaves her with even more difficult choices...
A powerful, thoughtful, and thought-provoking story, Original Cyn is extraordinary. Novelist Sylvia Dickey Smith takes readers on an unforgettable journey that spans anguish, heartbreak, hatred, love, fear, humor, peace and joy. Resplendent with compelling characters and an exceedingly-relatable storyline, Original Cyn is wholly-or perhaps holy-an original tale about moving beyond the black-and-white and living life in full, vibrant color. Sylvia Dickey Smith's latest novel is a richly-drawn, rewarding read destined to stay with readers long after the final page is turned.
A fifth generation Texan, Sylvia Dickey Smith was born in Orange, Texas and grew up in a colorful Scots-Irish family living in the midst of a Cajun culture. At 34, Sylvia's curiosity about the world took on a whole new dimension when she moved to the Caribbean island nation of Trinidad & Tobago. Awed by the differences in customs and cultures, particularly as they related to West Indian women, Sylvia began a journey of study and self-discovery. Back in the U.S. at 40, she started college and didn't stop until achieving a B.A. in sociology with a concentration in women's studies and a master's in counseling. For the next twenty years, Sylvia worked in the field of human services and taught as an adjunct professor at the graduate level. Sylvia Dickey Smith lives in Texas. Visit Sylvia Dickey Smith online at: www.sylviadickeysmith.com
A member of the Association of American Publishers, White Bird Publications is a traditional, royalty-based independent press headquartered in Austin, Texas.
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