Cynthia Carver was born in Dayton, Ohio, to Métis parents. She is a veteran of the US Navy and puts a paranormal spin on everything she does, whether it is ghost hunting or camping. Often the photos she takes and shares on her author website have images of other-dimensional beings. She has yet to master cooking, so her family requests that she bring paper plates, napkins, and utensils to family picnics.
Her dyslexia leaks into all phases of her life, including her published work. Cynthia learned to read with comprehension at twenty-eight and began studying the subconscious and how it worked. That’s when her love of hypnosis developed, and she made her tapes to reprogram her mind.
Listening daily, she changed her belief system about her learning abilities. Changing your thoughts changes the reality of your world, so Cynthia changed her outlook on life and began growing spiritually.
It reflected in her outer world.
Cynthia practiced hypnotizing her husband, friends, and family members and developed the style she is known for—relaxed, conversational hypnosis. Together, she and Carol Bartley delved into the super-consciousness and reached the third mind that accessed the Universal level of knowledge in 2010.
In 2015, Cynthia Carver prepared their system by polishing and honing it to a consistent level. Then, Ms. Carver added Third Mind Hypnosis to her traditional hypnosis practice. Six years ago, she was certified as a hypnosis instructor and established her career as a professional hypnotist featuring the Third Mind Hypnosis technique.
Change your thoughts – Transform your reality
In true dyslexia fashion, Cynthia released the second story featuring her main character, Tracy Richards, first. Meet Tracy Richards in Tracy’s debut novella, The Missing Locket.
Chronologically, Small Bit of Justice happens before Missing Locket, and each novelette, novella, and novel are stand-alone stories.
Every November, Cynthia accepts the NaNoWriMo.org challenge to write a 50,000-word novel in thirty days. She is a cheerleader for those in the writers’ Facebook group “Author Apprentices,” who have joined her in the writing madness. Her podcast Writer to Author is available on Spotify, Apple, and many other web players.
Visit Cynthia’s website to keep up to date about future novels, book signings, and travels (CynthiaCarver.com/events).