Member Profile

Cynthia J. Faryon

Photo: Cynthia J. Faryon 2015

Author, Cynthia J Faryon, is an internationally published writer with 11 books to her credit as well as magazine articles and travel reviews. Her published works are informative, entertaining and are written with a heartrending clarity. Her book, REAL JUSTICE: Guilty of Being Weird, the Guy Paul Morin story, has been nominated for the White Pine 2014 non-fiction award.  

Cynthia J Faryon lives and writes on Gabriola Island, BC. She is a mother of three grown children and 8 grandchildren.

cats1032@hotmail.com

www.cynthiafaryon.ca

Phone number:
c/o Writers' Union of Canada

Publications

REAL JUSTICE: Guilty of Being Weird, The Story of Guy Paul Morin. James Lorimer and Company, 2012
REAL JUSTICE: Sentenced to Life At Seventeen, The Story of David Milgaard. James Lorimer and Company, 2012
Mysteries, Legends and Myths of the First World War. James Lorimer and Company (Amazing Stories), 2009
Incredible Tales of the Royal Canadian Air Force. James Lorimer and Company, 2009
Unsung Heroes of the Canadian Army. Altitude Publishing/James Lorimer and Company, 2006
Unsung Heroes of the Royal Canadian Navy. Altitude Publishing/James Lorimer and Company, 2005
A War Bride's Story. Altitude Publishing/James Lorimer and Company, 2004
Unsung Heroes of the Royal Canadian Air Force. Altitude Publishing/James Lorimer and Company, 2003
Sisters Torn. Caitlin Press Inc., 2001
A boy, a farm, a dream .... community driven , 2008
...The Dream. community driven, 2008
Eligible for National Public Readings Program :
Yes

WITS

Presentation Description

Dramatic presentations include: character and plot development. I would rather not go into too much detail here since I wouldn't want my future audiences to know what's coming. I would be happy, however, to email interested facilitators the specifics.

Other topics: A Writer's Life, How to train your Creativity to come when you call, Keeping in the Public Eye without damaging your reputation. A day in the life of a writer.  Fees plus travel/accomodation costs extra, unless on Vancouver Island.

Presentation Length:
1 - 2 hours
Genre:
Biography, Canadian History, Fiction
Grades:
Grade 6 to Adult
Audience size:
Flexible
Northern OAC WITS:
No
One session:
$$175
Two sessions:
$$300
One session:
$$175/2 hours
Two sessions:
$$300/2 hours each
GST:
GST applicable