Lynn Tincher is Excited to Announce the Release of Her Second Psychological Thriller, Left in the Dark

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Lynn Tincher's Second Book, Left in the Dark to hit shelves on November 7th. Louisville, Kentucky - November 7, 2009 - Left in the Dark, published by Blackwyrm Fiction, will be released on November 7th! Please come join in the fun at the historic Galt House anytime from 10:00AM to 5:00PM on the 7th! Lynn is thrilled to be signing the first copies as she takes part in the Almost Famous Authors' Faire!

Left in the Dark: Mind Bending Book Two: Detective Paige Aldridge is back in the exciting sequel to Afterthoughts. She is caught up in another mystery involving a ten year old girl, Hannah, and her fourth grade teacher's murder. Paige is teamed up again with her partner, Jay, as they set out to find the truth. Is Hannah a victim of mind control or is there something more sinister behind it all?

Lynn was born in the small town of La Grange, Kentucky and grew up in Goshen. She has always had a vivid imagination. One of her fondest memories of growing up was when a short story of hers was read in front of the students at Oldham County High School. Since then, her love for writing blossomed.

Lynn studied Theater Arts in College in hopes of becoming a Drama/English teacher. She has written articles in local newspapers and travel brochures. Now, she is focused on writing novels, short stories and poems.

Not only does Lynn look forward to sharing her stories, she is also focused on helping other new writers in their efforts to get published. Her eZine and website provides helpful tips and information. She began publishing The Literary Lynnch Pen as a way to help promote others as well as offering helpful tips and advice.

Her inspiration comes from some of her favorite authors, Robert Powell, Nora Roberts, Piers Anthony and J.K. Rowling. (Yes, she's a Potter fan!)

She now lives in Prospect, Kentucky with her husband. She has three wonderful children, Emily, Aaron and Becca and a fantastic dog named Luke.


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