Lynn Reynolds is a writer, a wife and a mom - although not necessarily in that order. A city girl at heart, she is currently trapped in Green Acres. Sharing her captivity are the tall, dark and handsome Matt; future astronomer and American Idol champion Chris; and last but not least, Tiger, the lethargic wonder cat.
In her other life as a journalist, her feature articles have appeared in major daily and weekly newspapers. A woman with attention issues, Lynn has been a child model, an actress, a stagehand, a secretary, a seller of ladies' lingerie and - in a brief fit of practicality, a computer programmer. Her secret ambition is to be a wench at the Renaissance Faire.
Lynn writes romances because she really does believe in Happily Ever After.
Readers can contact Lynn through her website: http://www.lynnreynolds.com/.
Links:website - http://www.lynnreynolds.com/
newsletter - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lynnreynoldsnews/
Lynn's very first novel, Thirty-Nine Again, will be released by The Wild Rose Press on June 12, 2009. Lynn is contributing a portion of her royalties for this book to breast cancer awareness charities.
Short Blurb: Thirty-Nine Againa "chick noir" novel from debut author Lynn ReynoldsSo what's chick noir? It's like chick lit, but with guns and dead bodies instead of shoes. . .
On her first thirty-ninth birthday, Sabrina O’Hara battled cancer. This year, she discovers her fiancé Scott’s leading a treacherous double life. Now she’s on the run – from Scott, from the Mexican Mafia, and from one dangerously sexy Homeland Security Agent. Thirty-nine the first time was horrible. But can Sabrina survive Thirty-Nine Again?
Long Blurb: Last year, Sabrina spent her thirty-ninth birthday undergoing chemotherapy. Now, it's one year later, and her friends have planned a do-over birthday celebration. But Sabrina just wants to resume her quiet life with dull fiancé Scott, and she's reluctant to celebrate her good health prematurely. She's even relieved when the party plans get derailed by an appointment with Evan, her hot new personal trainer.
However, her relief turns to fear when she discovers a masked man ransacking her apartment. And fear turns to plain old crankiness when Evan flashes a badge and spirits her away with scary talk about witness protection programs and the Mexican mob wanting her dead. Thirty-nine the first time was horrible. Does she really have the strength to do Thirty-Nine Again?
Thirty-Nine Againa "chick noir" novel from debut author Lynn ReynoldsSo what's chick noir? It's like chick lit, but with guns and dead bodies instead of shoes. . .