Contact me via email: lynfaw(at)gmail(dot)com
Birthright by Lynda R Young
From J. Taylor Publishing
The Girl Who Wouldn't Sit by Lynda R Young
From Celapene Press
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The Perfect Gift by Lynda R Young
The Red Button by Lynda Young
Boogie Fear by Lynda Young
Archived online in the National Library of Australia
A daily devotional for the full year.
Cling to God by Lynda R. Young
from Freedom Fox Press
Cling to God in the chaos of life...
Amazon Paperback, Amazon Kindle, Nook, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, iTunes, Goodreads.
by Lynda R. Young
A short piece for anyone looking to refresh their faith.
Available for FREE
From writing to publishing to marketing, the Insecure Writer's Support Group members provide tips on making money as a writer. This guide represents the spirit of the IWSG - to encourage and support writers everywhere! It is our hope that this book will benefit you as a writer, no matter where you are in the journey.
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A guide to publishing and beyond. Over a hundred authors from across the globe have contributed to these pages.
As part of the IWSG team, Lynda R Young edited, collated, and lost sleep to get this book out. She even contributed an article on marketing.
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A compilation of letters to our younger selves, sharing the secrets of writing. Over sixty authors around the world contributed to the book, including Lynda R Young
Lynda R Young is a writer of Young Adult fiction, SciFi, Fantasy and short stories, along with devotional non-fiction. She is also a game developer, 3D animator, 2D artist, editor, photographer, musician, etc. She lives in Brisbane with her sweetheart of a husband who is her rock. You can find her here: Blog, Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads
A little history:
Being a shy kid, I retreated into other worlds. I often daydreamed, drawing pictures of other places and other people. I created heroes and adventures in my head. Even though I was a slow reader, I ploughed through my mum’s collection of Enid Blyton's Famous Five series.
Then I discovered the Hobbit, which led me to Lord of the Rings. I read so many fantastic stories after that. It was inevitable I would turn to writing.
In my teens and 20's I wrote 2 epic length novels. One finished at 219k words (yikes) and the other finished at 130k words. I couldn't get them published, and I'm not surprised. They were naive and unpolished.
For a long time afterwards I expressed my imagination through digital art and 3D animation. Apart from my day job as an animator, I got a number of creations published in Design Graphics Magazine, the Tolkien Society's internationally distributed bulletin, and a few other fantasy magazines in Australia. I even won a few awards along the way.
I am now writing again with as much zeal as I threw into my art. Along with writing fantasy and science fiction short stories, I am also working on a couple of speculative young adult novels, and I have a Christian devotional, Cling to God: A Daily Devotional, now available in paperback and ebook.