Talleyho Studio
Author, Photographer, Art & Graphic Designer
Lynn A. Marie is not only a writer, but also a photographer, and a digital artist. It takes skill and dedication to create different worlds and realities in the form of the written word. With a degree in graphic design and professional communications, she not only writes her novels but creates book covers and book trailers for them as well. While Lynn writes mainly fantasy romance novels, she also writes contemporary romance fiction as well.
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Lynn A. Marie is Wisconsin native, who has surrounded herself with creatures of all walks of life. Dogs, cats and horses to name a few. She loves the outdoors, animal rescue and wildlife conservation. Writing is a creative process, a journey that guides us to find our voice. As with any journey, there may be struggles along the way but a true writer uses those struggles to achieve a greater purpose in their own writing. Anne Rice was a inspriational voice in the writing community. Her support and love of her craft reflected in both her work and her support of insipring writers. She will be greatly missed in the literary world. Anne Rice wrote…. If you want to be a writer, write. Write and write and write. If you stop, start again. Save everything that you write. If you feel blocked, write through it until you feel your creative juices flowing again. Write. Writing is what makes a writer, nothing more and nothing less. Anne Rice October 4, 1941 – December 11, 2021 It isn’t always about what you put on paper but that you put something on the paper. We write, we learn, we learn we grow, when we grow, we find our voice. After a three year break from writing to finish a degree in Graphic Design and Professional Communications, Lynn Marie has returned to writing with a clear vision of her goals. The romance book category is the biggest and most prospering book genre on the market for a reason. It gives readers an escape from the realities of the world around us and a way to achieve that happily ever after even if it is only fiction. Click here to read Lynn A. Maries interview.
“ I don’t write to live, I live to write,” Lynn A. Marie