Lynn Kelley

Biography

Lynn Kelley worked as a court reporter for 25 years while she and her husband, George, raised their four little monsters. She lives in Southern California. Most of her time involves books – either writing books, reading books, or making altered art books. Her first chapter book, Curse of the Double Digits, debuted in October 2012. Under the pseudonym BBH McChiller she’s co-author of Monster Moon, a fun, spooky mystery series for ages 8 – 12 (Stargazer Publishing). Curse at Zala Manor is the first book in the series, and Secret of Haunted Bog is the second title. Her story, “The Jobo Tree” won her Highlights for Children’s Author of the Month Award. She authored a picture book, Merry as a Cricket (WhipperSnapper Books) and is currently working on a young adult novel. She tries her best to keep her overactive imagination in check. For more info, go to lynnkelleyauthor.com.

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Books

Curse of the Double Digits
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 12,130. Language: English. Published: September 28, 2012. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Fiction
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Becky is sure turning 10 on the 10th day of the 10th month will be magical. She wants to look cute for her party, but all her plans go wrong. Really wrong. The magic of turning ten disappears before she even has a chance to blow out her birthday candles. Things get so bad, she refuses to go to her own party. Becky wonders if the Curse of the Double Digits will jinx her forever?
Trio of Haunting Tales
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Price: Free! Words: 3,660. Language: English. Published: July 11, 2011. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Fiction
Trio of Haunting Tales-Three short stories for quick read alouds to kids. Cyclops Clyde, computer monster, wreaks havoc both on & off screen. In Night of the Howling Werewolf, Eric Lung searches out the bullies who jumped his best friend. Everything changes on Slaughter Hill. Ghost Warrior-Connie faces rival ghost gangs that haunt the parking structure. Her karate moves are useless against ghosts.

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