Heartprints of Africa

“Heartprints of Africa” by Cinda Brooks

Book Themes

Africa, Travel, Adventure, Family, Love, Religion, Missionary

Who is Cinda Brooks?

Cinda grew up with her identical twin, Linda, and three brothers in East Africa where their parents served as medical missionaries. Her nursing, health education, and law enforcement careers combined for a rich twenty-year career teaching fitness, wellness, defensive tactics, and survival at the Texas Game Warden Training Academy. She currently pursues her mission — to unleash the champion in people — through her volunteer work in the Discovery Program and her connections with people that cross her path.

Cinda lives near Austin, Texas, with her husband, Stanley, and Rhodesian ridgeback puppy, Buddy. Among her interests are travel and competitive sports. She is a gold medalist in the World Police and Fire Games in biathlon (running and pistol shooting), rowing, cross country, and cycling.

Connect with Cinda Brooks

Email: Cindabrooks28@gmail.com

Website: www.heartprintsofafrica.com

Facebook: Cinda Brooks

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Having had my first book published by a major NYC, I didn’t know what to expect when working with Victoria Twead and Ant Press, her small indie outfit.

What a revelation! She responds quickly, kindly, patiently, and accurately, and she’s a whiz at promotion and marketing. Six beta readers proofed my final manuscript. Within 24 hours of the eBook being available for pre-order, my memoir, Midwife: A Calling, was #1 in two of Amazon’s categories of similar content, and #5 in a third.

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I’ll be writing at least two more books, and I’ll definitely use Ant Press again and again.

Peggy Vincent
Midwife: A Calling