HarperOne Authors


Yogi Cameron Alborzian, The Guru in You 

Lance Allred, Longshot 

Stacey Antine, Appetite for Life

Renee Baron, Opposites Attract

Joanna Macy & Anita Barrows, A Year with Rilke

Lisa Bedford, Survival Mom

Ariane de Bonvoisin, The First 30 Days 

Frederick Buechner, Secrets in the Dark, Beyond Words

Francis Collins, Belief

Kelly Cutrone, If You Have to Cry, Go Outside & Normal Gets You Nowhere 

The HarperCollins Spiritual Classics

Joe, Alina, Vicki and Valerie Darger, Love Times Three

Tim Farrington, A Severe Mercy

Antony Flew, There Is a God

Arielle Ford, The Soulmate Secret

Ana Forrest, Fierce Medicine

Ariel Gore, The Traveling Death & Resurrection Show

Soren Gordhamer, Wisdom 2.0

Philip Gulley, If the Church Were Christian

River Jordan, The Messenger of Magnolia Street

Marty Klein, Sexual Intelligence

Gregory Lang, Daddy's Little Girl, Mom's Little Angel

Richard La Ruina, The Natural

Brennan Manning, The Importance of Being Foolish

Jeffrey Marx, The Long Snapper

The Renovare Spiritual Formation Guides

Brian Sack, In the Event of My Untimely Demise

Carolyn and Sean Savage, Inconceivable

Gerald Schroeder, God According to God

Sarah Sentilles, Breaking Up with God

Robert Short, The Gospel According to Dogs

Charles Sophy, Side by Side

Vinita Hampton Wright, Dwelling Places

In 2007, in addition to her work with the HarperOne team, she launched a new line of Christian romance with Avon Books called Avon Inspire, discovering author Shelley Shepard Gray, who went on to become a New York Times bestseller and has now published over forty-five titles. Since going freelance, she has collaborated on six different titles, and is a go-to resource for many agents and publishers. She has worked with authors such as Marianne Williamson, Tony Robbins, John O'Leary, Kute Blackson, Kelley Kosow, Tommy Rosen, and Debbie Rosas. Publishers she has worked for include Hay House, Sounds True, Howard Books, Thomas Nelson, North Star Way, and HarperCollins. Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, Cindy attended Wake Forest University in North Carolina where she received a BA in religion, and currently lives in Palo Alto, California with her husband Ryan Schmidt, daughter Kenley, and son Parker. Cindy has been interviewed by the San Francisco Chronicle, Time magazine, and the New York Times Magazine. 

About

Cynthia DiTiberio began her publishing career at HarperOne, a division of HarperCollins Publishers based in San Francisco. She spent nine years working in their esteemed editorial department, before going freelance in 2012. At HarperOne, she worked with distinguished authors like Frederick Buechner, former NIH president Francis Collins, Pulitzer Prize winner Jeffrey Marx, PR fashion maven Kelly Cutrone, and yogi Ana Forrest. She acquired over sixty titles and edited eighty books whose subjects ranged from memoir to pop-culture, spirituality to relationships, wellness to religion (full list of authors below). 

Cynthia DiTiberio

 

 

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