Homegrown Amazon #1 Best Selling author, Cindy Bruckel invites us to join her as she reclaims her life as a child of the South through a series of intimate short stories in her book, TALES FROM A BOILING POT: Learning to Thrive in a Dysfunctional World.

In a beautifully poignant memoir, she chronicles her life’s journey from being raised in a state of dysfunctional, and how she learned to maneuver the dangerous waters with the skill of a sailor bringing her boat into safe harbor during a storm. Rather than choosing to become a victim of the dysfunction and a casualty of life, she channeled her internal strength, life lessons and the love of her family and husband Bill as a light to guide her home. 

Cindy applies humor as a backdrop when she introduces us to the loving family that raised her and the friends she has come to know as family. By reopening old wounds and sharing memories delivered with raw honesty, she shows us a life cut out from the pages of Southern Living where lessons were served with a spoon of sugar and love came in all sizes, shapes and colors. Retracing the events of her life was the essence of going home.

Inspirational, thought-provoking and rich with Southern tradition, Cindy’s book serves as a reminder of the power of compassion and love; and for all things, there is a time to heal. “Our lives can change just in the telling, and our memories can become our salvation rather than our regret.” 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR | Cindy Bruckel

Cindy was born in 1956 in a small town nestled in the red clay hills of Winston County, Mississippi. Having received her degree in education from the University of Southern Mississippi, she began her career teaching in south Mississippi, but later went on to become an organization and leadership development consultant with clients around the world. Tales from a Boiling Pot is her first book, a memoir about the joys, trials and tribulations of growing up in the South. She lives in Maryland, loves to knit, cook, travel, write, and as a doting grandmother, spends as much time as possible with her five grandchildren.

Cindy is currently writing two more books, both novels that take place in the South.

The book is available at Amazon.com and at Cindy’s website at www.cindybruckel.com 

For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Cindy by email.

In a beautifully poignant memoir, she chronicles her life’s journey from being raised in a state of dysfunctional, and how she learned to maneuver the dangerous waters with the skill of a sailor bringing her boat into safe harbor during a storm. Rather than choosing to become a victim of the dysfunction and a casualty of life, she channeled her internal strength, life lessons and the love of her family and husband Bill as a light to guide her home.

Cindy applies humor as a backdrop when she introduces us to the loving family that raised her and the friends she has come to know as family. By reopening old wounds and sharing memories delivered with raw honesty, she shows us a life cut out from the pages of Southern Living where lessons were served with a spoon of sugar and love came in all sizes, shapes and colors. Retracing the events of her life was the essence of going home.

Inspirational, thought-provoking and rich with Southern tradition, Cindy’s book serves as a reminder of the power of compassion and love; and for all things, there is a time to heal. “Our lives can change just in the telling, and our memories can become our salvation rather than our regret.”

ABOUT THE AUTHOR | Cindy Bruckel

Cindy was born in 1956 in a small town nestled in the red clay hills of Winston County, Mississippi. Having received her degree in education from the University of Southern Mississippi, she began her career teaching in south Mississippi, but later went on to become an organization and leadership development consultant with clients around the world. Tales from a Boiling Pot is her first book, a memoir about the joys, trials and tribulations of growing up in the South. She lives in Maryland, loves to knit, cook, travel, write, and as a doting grandmother, spends as much time as possible with her five grandchildren.

Cindy is currently writing two more books, both novels that take place in the South.

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Contact Person: Cindy Bruckel
Email: cindy@cindybruckel.us
Phone: 303 838 3399
City: Canton
State: MD
Country: United States
Website: http://cindybruckel.com

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