Cindy Williams is an author based in Sydney, Australia. After many years of speaking and writing about healthy eating she now writes a more varied diet – of history, health, food and faraway places.
Exercise is her stress relief. Prayer is her sanity. Coffee and croissants are her downfall.
One woman, five husbands and a weary rabbi at the well who knows 'everything she ever did.'
From the olive groves of Samaria to the bloodied sand of a Roman stadium to the exquisite silks brought from the East, The Silk Merchant of Sychar weaves colour into the biblical account of the woman at the well.
'I started reading this book 3 days ago and could not put it down!
Two women, two cultures and an ancient Maori prophecy that will change their lives ...
Weaving fiction with the traumatic history of the Ngati Whatua tribe of Auckland, The Pounamu Prophecy sweeps from the sultry heat of Australia to the verdant shores of New Zealand.
'I cried when they cried, I was frustrated when they were, I wanted to slap them across their faces and give them a good shake (because I felt like I could as a friend) at their stupidity and lack of hope, faith, and belief. That is how well written this wonderful little book is.'
'Don't worry; I brought my gun!' Cindy travels to the not-quite-so-safe parts of Israel to research her latest book.
Cindy talks about the sacred green stone that features in The Pounamu Prophecy.