Literary Mama writing about the many faces of motherhood
Cynthia A. Alvarado

Cynthia Ann Alvarado moved with her husband and then-infant son from Los Angeles to Hatfield, Pennsylvania, in search of a “saner” life after working for 11 years in the film and television industry. She is a professional flautist as well as the author of a stage play that has been produced locally and a comedic screenplay currently running the studio circuit. She hopes her ventures into juvenile fiction will entice “typical” children to take notice of the cool kid in the wheelchair sitting next to them. At age five, her youngest daughter, Jessica, broke through the 24.2 pound weight barrier with a sudden growth spurt and is now hungry and thriving.

Contributions
Date Title Section
Mar 24, 2006 Failure to Thrive Creative Nonfiction