About me

C.L. Kennedy is a mother, grandmother, entrepreneur, caregiver, and writer, starting a whole new chapter of her life as an author with her first creative non-fiction book, “My Name Is Candy.” She writes about issues of inequity against older people because of unfair and untrue beliefs.
Candy is a California native and attended Grossmont Community College. A licensed Realtor, she managed and sold residential real estate for twenty years while raising four children as a single parent. After the turn of the century in 2001, Candy gave up a career in real estate and became a full-time caregiver for beloved family members. Experiencing the frustration of being an advocate for loved ones and with her own personal medical tribulations, she wrote: “My Name Is Candy.”
Candy has retired to live her best life, enjoying her new home in Yuma, Arizona. She is busy writing her next book, staying healthy, and thanking God for all her blessings.