Lynn was born and raised in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, where she still lives with her husband and two beautiful children.
When she’s not writing, you can usually find her chasing around her children or attempting to further her campaign, maintaining that chocolate deserves to be in a dedicated food group.
A closet geek at heart, Lynn also enjoys crocheting, taking online courses or hanging out in the local library. A staunch believer in early literacy, she reads to her children daily. When she has some spare time, you can usually find her catching up with her husband or curled up with her e-reader.
She loves to hear from her fans, so drop her a line (or e-mail)!
Q: Besides being an author, what other jobs have you held?
A: I’ve been a dietary aid in a retirement home, Recreation Programmer for a number of long-term care facilities, worked for a traumatic brain injury outpatient program, an occupational therapy assistant and a chiropractic assistant.
Q: Who are your favorite authors or books?
A: I really like urban fantasy and paranormal books. My favorite authors include J.R. Ward, Patricia Briggs and Karen Marie Moning. I also love MM, MMF, MMM and MFM books.
Q: What would you improve about your writing?
A: I love commas! My poor editors probably have fits over the number of commas I use, so I would definitely like to cut back on that. I also really like adjectives so I really need to work on using less of them.
Q: What’s your writing day like?
A: I normally get up around 5:30 a.m. and have the kids up and dressed before I leave for my day job at 6:30 a.m. I am home for a couple of hours at lunch and that’s when I try to focus on revisions, my website or edits. I go back to work for a few more hours and am usually home by 6:30 p.m. I have dinner with my husband and kids, put the kids to bed, shower and usually by 8:00 p.m. I am able to carve out about two or three hours for writing. Then it’s off to bed to get ready to do it all again.
Q: Are you a pantser or a plotter?
A: I’m definitely a plotter. I used to try and write by the seat of my pants but I would write myself into a corner without a way to get out. I have several half-finished books because of this. Now I plot at least the major plot points and the outcomes so I know where I’m going and how I’m going to get there.
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