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Cinthia Ritchie

Check out and support my amiga, Cinthia Ritchie, over at Susan Toy’s Reading Recommendations. And pick up a copy of Dolls Behaving Badly, Cinthia’s first novel. It’s hilarious, poignant, and movingly memorable. Good recipes in there too!

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Ritchie photo5Cinthia Ritchie

What is your latest release and what genre is it? Women’s/literary fiction: Dolls Behaving Badly, 2013

Quick description: Carla Richards is many things: an Alaska waitress who secretly makes erotic dolls for extra income; a divorcee who can’t quite detach from her ex-husband; and a single mom trying to support her gifted eight-year-old son, her pregnant sister and her babysitter-turned-resident-teenager.

She’s one overdue bill away from completely losing control–when inspiration strikes in the form of a TV personality. Now she’s scribbling away in a diary, flirting with an anthropologist, and baking up desserts with the ghost of her Polish grandmother.

Yet, getting her life and dreams back on track is difficult. Is perfection really within reach? Or will she wind up with something even better?

dolls_behaving_badly_proofBrief biography:
Cinthia Ritchie writes and runs mountains in Anchorage, Alaska. She’s a two-time Pushcart Prize nominee, Best American Essays notable…

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2 comments on “Cinthia Ritchie

  1. islandeditions
    March 1, 2016

    Thanks for reblogging, Kevin!

  2. cinthiaritchie
    March 4, 2016

    Ah, thanks so much for the plug, Kevin! You are the best. Well, after Susan, hee, hee. Okay, you are both the best. Cheers and happy writing.

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