Clips of Articles Citing Cindy Hudson, Reading and Book Club Expert

As a mother-daughter book club expert, I have been interviewed for articles in major publications. Here are links to articles I have been quoted in:

To get in touch, email me at cindy@cindyhudson(dot)com.

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Freelance Services: Literacy Writing, Magazine/Newspaper Writing,  Editing, Corporate Communications Writing

I write articles on family literacy for regional parenting magazines across the U.S. and in Canada, such at MetroKids in Philadelphia, Wilmington Parent, Atlanta Parent and Calgary’s Child. The complete list of articles I have available for reprint is here. To arrange an interview or ask about freelance writing, please email cindy(dot)hudson@comcast(dot)net.

As a freelance journalist, I have published a weekly article for more than nine years highlighting community news for my local newspaper, the Beaverton Leader, a publication of  The Oregonian. For a look at some of the articles published there, click over to or visit my Writing Clips page at Cindy

I offer the following services:

  • Articles on family literacy
  • Articles on specific topics of interest to publication audiences
  • Personality profiles
  • News releases
  • Company profiles
  • Copy editing and substantive editing for e-books
  • Brochures
  • Website consulting
  • How-to pieces
  • Ghostwriting

Q and A’s, Essays

I am sometimes interviewed and write essays for online sources. Here are a few examples:

Ask Wendy—Q and A
Booking Mama—Essay, Choosing Good Books for Multiple Generations, Book Review
Writers Inspired—Essay, Good Readers Make Good Writers
Writer Mama—Q and A
Tammar Stein’s Blog—Essay, Stay Close to Your Daughter by Reading Together
Kristin Bair O’Keeffe’s Blog—Essay, Mother-Daughter Book Clubs Change Lives
Kirby Larson’s Blog—Essay, Authors and Mother-Daughter Book Clubs. A Winning Combination
Kristin Tubb’s Blog—Essay, What Makes a Book Good for More Than One Generation of Readers, Finding Mother-Daughter Book Clubs
Mommy on a Shoe String—Internet radio interview

Finders & Keepers—Interview
Selling Books—Interview
Ramblings of a Texas Housewife—10 Book Club Favorites
Writer Unboxed—Writing for Two Generations of Readers
Crazed Mind—Volunteering With Your Family
5 Minutes for Books—On Reading with Your Daughter



Media — 1 Comment

  1. Cindy, How wonderful to have book clubs that bring mothers and daughters together.
    Do you think reading about how a daughter (me) changed the dysfunctional relationship with my mother (bipolar/manic) would be of benefit to the clubs? Perhaps to mature child/mother clubs???
    If so, I’ll send you the details on my upcoming book Mom, Mania, and Me, Surviving and Changing a Volatile Relationship.
    Thanks, Diane

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