Lynn Thompson

Biography

Lynn Thompson’s place is in the Land of Enchantment, where the sky is turquoise blue, the fires rage, and there is rain and/or snow without a cloud in the sky.
Lynn lives with her husband, son, dog, cat, and a tank full of fish. In her spare time she loves to hike, camp, read and write fiction.
She has a degree in graphic arts and web design, but doesn’t have a specific genre that she writes her books in. She has two novels out: Blake-A Montana Dayton Novel and Sterling-A Montana Dayton Novel. She also has two short stories books out: Dark Fates and News Worthy.

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Books

Sterling-A Montana Dayton Novel
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Series: Montana Dayton Novels, Book 2. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 52,890. Language: English. Published: August 16, 2014. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
In the deep waters off the Florida Gulf Coast the sands shifted with the winds and tides of time, scattering all that has floated down to rest on the bottom of the ocean. Once will be again the waters sighed.
Blake-A Montana Dayton Novel
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Series: Montana Dayton Novels, Book 1. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 65,470. Language: English. Published: March 7, 2014. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
If Montana had known what she would be confronting that night, she never would have sedated Max. Lottery winner and venture capitalist, Montana Dayton, is on vacation, sorely needing a break from her business. She purposely had a house built deep in the mountains, away from civilization in hopes to spend the winter alone with her dog, Killer. Unfortunately the universe is conspiring against her.
Dark Fates
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 9,700. Language: English. Published: July 16, 2013. Category: Fiction » Horror » Ghost
Just in time for nightfall. Fun, but still on the dark side. Wrong Number Dwarfs Eve Tavern Cat Ghostly Wanderings The Devil in Disguise Te Amo Shadow Man Karma
News Worthy
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 7,620. Language: English. Published: March 19, 2013. Category: Fiction » Horror » General
Surrounded by the news lately? Have you seen many strange news clips on the same day? I couldn't help but put those daily clips together into five short stories. Enjoy! The Snake in the Cereal The Fire in the Mountains The Man with the Bugs Cannabis Cannibalism -vs- The West Nile Virus Bats, Cats and Wildlife

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Smashwords book reviews by Lynn Thompson

  • The Gargoyle in the Seine on Feb. 05, 2012

    Fast Paced, Page Turner. Set in 19th century Paris, Clary sees a murder no-one is intended to see, the French police won’t listen to her, so she sets out to find who killed her friend. Not only does she end up being set up for her friend’s murder, she inadvertently stumbles upon a terrorist plot. Clary can take care of herself, which is proven when she survives numerous murder attempts on her life! I found this book hard to put down. Every time I thought I knew who the culprit was, I was proven wrong.
  • Spiritus, a Paranormal Romance (Spiritus Series Book#1) on Feb. 20, 2012

    Enjoyable Read. This YA paranormal begins with Becca, 17 years old, moving to a new small town with her dad, and starting a new school year. When Becca and her new friends have a séance at her house they raise a ghost, Alastor. Alastor has been waiting for Becca, she was his wife in his time. Now Becca has to find out what happened between Alastor and his wife all that time ago. She finds herself trying to balance her normal life with her past and future life with Alastor. I enjoyed Spiritus, Dana Michelle Burnett is a very descriptive author. I imagined myself there with Becca throughout the whole book.
  • A Rose Before Dying on March 13, 2012

    Mystery, Roses and Murder, this is a great British mystery. Lord Castlemoor ends up investigation a series of murders that lead directly to his uncle. His uncle claims that he is innocent. The murderer leaves a rose and a note with each murder he commits. His investigation keeps leading him back to Rosewell and Ariadne Wellfleet who is an expert in the names and types of roses he finds. Lord Castlemoor finds himself attracted to Ariadne even though her status is not fit for an Earl. Lord Castlemoor continues to find clues to prove his uncles innocence, unfortunately the clue’s keep pointing towards his uncle, and more people turn up missing… I enjoyed A Rose Before Dying, this book has great twists in it along with a touch of romance.
  • The Last Englishman and the Bubble on July 01, 2013

    Was Kris to be the last person alive in England? Or even on the planet? Everyone has just disappeared. After having a mental breakdown from the loss of his Sammie and finding himself alone in the town he grew up in and neighboring towns Kris tries to rebuild his life alone. He has never had to learn how to survive in nature without the necessities of electricity and power. He fends off wild packs of dogs, a tiger, reads tons of books and finally starts a journal. He has several false starts on his writing due to depression and indecisions. He even wonders if it matters at all, if anyone would ever read his journal. If anyone would ever be interested in the history of his life and the mysterious bubble that moves in so close to him but is still out of reach. Kris is convinced all of the humans that disappeared are on the other side of the bubble, but his attempts to reach the bubble and step through it fail. Eventually he takes the plunge and leaves his hut on the beach to go in search for other people. He is surprised and saddened by what he finds... Unbeknown to Kris someone does eventually find his journal. Someone who has an idea of what the mysterious bubble is and what happened on the planet earth to cause everyone to go missing. Rating 4 out of 5 stars- The Last Englishman and the bubble had me intrigued from the beginning of the book and had me trying to figure out through the whole story what had actually happened to humankind and why only Kris was left. The conclusion is interesting and makes perfect sense for anyone who can think outside of the box. The conclusion also doesn't seem so far fetched.