An ex-boyfriend showed up after twenty years to tell me he should have married me instead of dumping me for the Girl Most Likely to Do Everyone. He’s in insurance now and has four kids. I would like to point out that I did not fervently thank God until after he left.
Another post called What Goes Around, A Timeline of Publisher Evolution, tracks the first spam message back to 1864 via the telegraph, and is told in the same witty and humorous style.
But wait, there’s more.
Lynn also has a number of things you can do on her blog, like:
- View a list of the approximately five-hundred-million novels she’s written so far
- Read the approximately five-hundred-million free online stories she’s published so far
- Read her free how-to writing guide called Left Behind & Loving It Virtual Workshops 2009
- Read instructional blog posts about how she writes novels
- Explore a wealth of information in the sidebar, including recent book releases, links to her other blogs, links to other people’s blogs, the thought of the month, and approximately five-hundred-million different writing resources. Yowza.
You could spend weeks on her site and still have things to see. What a terrific blog and terrific resource. If only there were more writers like her.
But wait, there are.
Actually, those other writers aren’t only like her, they are her. Lynn writes in multiple genres under 5 different pseudonyms (click name to view a list of books at amazon):
- S. L. Viehl (sci-fi)
- Rebecca Kelly (christian fiction)
- Lynn Viehl (romance)
- Gena Hale (more romance)
- Jessica Hall (and still more romance)
She also does vampire novels, one of my favorite genres (see the Darkyn series). In her spare time (she has spare time??), she quilts, reads, cooks, paints, and knits. I’m guessing the only thing she doesn’t do is sleep. Oh, and did I mention she’s ex-military?
To learn even more about this intriguing author, see the author interview at AbsoluteWrite.