FARYON, Cynthia J.

After the death of her father, Cynthia J. Faryon found relief and comfort in her personal writings. Wishing to document the interesting lives of her parents, she started to consider writing as a career after the publication of her first article in 1999. Presently, she is working on a number of short stories based on her father's war experiences and her mother's life as an orphan in England, as well as researching her next novel based on the black pioneers who came to Fort Victoria in the 1850s. She is the author of Sisters Torn [2001]. [harbour publishing, 2002]

Sisters Torn (Caitlin)

Cynthia J. Faryon’s biography Sisters Torn (Caitlin) follows the reuniting attempts of England-born Catherine and Simone, torn apart during their family’s 1920s move to Canada.