Cynthia’s episode, based on her essay If You’re Not Sure Your Marriage Will Survive the Pandemic, You’re Not Alone, posted November 15, 2021
Cynthia DiTiberio is a writer and collaborator who has worked in publishing for the past eighteen years. Her writing has appeared on The Lily, Scary Mommy and The Brevity Blog. She worked as an editor at a division of HarperCollins for nine years before becoming a ghostwriter, collaborating on eleven books over the last eight years. She has worked with a diverse roster of authors, including New York Times bestselling authors Tony Robbins, Roma Downey, and Marianne Williamson. She was born in St. Louis, went to college in North Carolina, and has called the Bay Area home for the last nineteen years. She lives in Palo Alto with her husband and two children. Highlights of her career include getting to work with Frederick Buechner, having her second collaboration optioned by Reese Witherspoon, and being featured on the cover of the San Francisco Chronicle at the age of twenty-seven for her work launching a new line of Christian fiction.
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