Lynn Perretta has worked as a freelance writer for White Wolf Games Mage: the Ascension (revised). Her writing credits include (as Lynn Davis): Guide to the Traditions, Initiates of the Arts, Bitter Road, and Cult of Ecstasy (revised). Lynn has also written a series of articles for Polymancer Magazine titled "I Was Thinking of Making My Character...EVIL!"
Lynn graduated Georgia State University with a bachelor's in English - Creative Writing. While at Georgia State she had the opportunity to study with incredible authors and professors. She studied different aspects of writing: creative elements of fiction and mechanical elements of technical writing and document design. She also studied web design and electronic communication.
Lynn is currently working on The Shulim Cycle, a modern dark fantasy series that ties the distant past to the present, exploring predestination, fate, and hope. The series will consist of six novels, beginning with Book of Dahlia. Each book will be named for a secondary character whose sub-plot sets the clock of the story. Her husband Nick, who currently serves as her editor, creative consultant, manager, and agent is an invaluable companion in the project.
Lynn was born in Atlanta, Georgia. Her father was in the Navy and when she was young she lived in Virginia Beach, where her earliest memories are of being stung by jelly fish and getting to visit the big ships. She was later raised by her mother (Melinda) and step-father (dad) Tim in Mississippi. After graduating high school, she returned to her native Georgia, where she floated around the metro Atlanta area for about eighteen years. She feels that she's a southern writer in the truest sense: as with anything in the south, she writes when she gets around to it.
Lynn currently resides with her husband Nick, daughter Rebecca, and cat Boo in Clearwater, Florida.
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by Lynn Perretta
Approx. 7,870 words.
Published on April 21, 2013.
Casey can't manage to hit the cue, not when her past and present threaten to collide.
Harbin & Klai: Ghost Stories
by Lynn Perretta
Approx. 8,230 words.
Published on April 2, 2013.
A Southern University campus.
Thousands of dollars in University equipment.
What could possibly go wrong?
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