Cindy Ely

Cindy Ely has written radio copy for WHO Radio in Des Moines, IA, published articles in the Brentwood Journal in Nashville, TN, Home Magazine, Gainesville, FL and the internet magazine Virtual Times, based in Huntsville, AL.

While living in Nashville, Cindy edited the script for Religions of the World, narrated by Ben Kingsley and sold to PBS. Her affiliation with Ray Quinn and Associates expanded her writing endeavors to NASCAR promotions, scripts for Greenstar Television and TNN’s Today’s Country. Additionally, she wrote a twenty page treatment for George Jones’ autobiography, I Lived to Tell it All.

She has authored eight screenplays, published three family-friendly books and is working on her fourth novel. Cindy’s family hails from Momence, where she lived briefly as a child. She holds a BS degree in Nutrition from Olivet Nazarene University and currently lives in The Villages, Florida with her husband, Mark and Chihuahua, Cheyenne.