Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Home page: www.lynnreynolds.com
Lynn Reynolds is a city girl trapped in Green Acres. She’s a writer, wife and
mom – although not necessarily in that order. Her short stories and poetry
have appeared in a number of obscure literary magazines you've never heard
of (Welter, Midwest Poetry Review, Open 24 Hours).
Lynn writes chick noir, a genre she describes as “like chick lit but with guns
and dead bodies instead of shoes.” In 2016, she also plans to branch out into
historical fiction, steampunk, and more tales with a supernatural twist, like her
creepy short story, “The Elevator.”
RT Book Reviews called Lynn’s debut romantic suspense novel Thirty-Nine
Again, “a first-class mystery . . . and a first-class read.” Lynn is also a
contributor to Sizzling Summer, a trilogy of contemporary summer romances,
and to the bestselling cookbook, Bake Love Write: 105 Authors Share
Dessert Recipes and Advice on Love and Writing. Print editions of Lynn’s
novels are available wherever books are sold. Her ebooks are sold
exclusively at Amazon.
A woman with a dangerously short attention span, Lynn has been a journalist,
a publicist, a child model, an actress, a stagehand, a secretary, a seller of
lingerie and—in a brief fit of practicality—a computer programmer.
Her secret ambition is to be a wench at The Renaissance Faire.
Contact her at:
Interests: Mainly fiction these days, although I'd still consider a journalism or PR project if
it strikes my fancy.
Published writer: Yes