Lucy May Lennox


Lucy May Lennox is a lifelong resident of the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Her first ambition in life was to become a child actor, but when she grew too old to be an adorable prodigy, she turned to writing instead. A connoisseur of novels featuring men with physical disabilities, she grew frustrated with all the cliches, ignorance and stereotypes and decided to write her own positive take on disability. In addition to writing, Lucy also enjoys cooking and gardening, and is an amateur opera singer.

Smashwords Interview

What's the story behind your latest book?
I was so tired of novels where disability is portrayed superficially. Like the hero has a slight limp or a scar that actually makes him more handsome, but he and all the other characters act like it's the worst affliction a human could ever suffer. I wanted to depict a serious disability that really affects every aspect of the character's life but still show him in a successful relationship.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Coming up with characters and situations no one has ever thought of before, and sharing them with others.
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Love In Touch
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 68,720. Language: English. Published: November 1, 2013 by Dev Love Press. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Kassie has felt adrift ever since her dad died when she was in college. Now 24 and living in Seattle, she gets interested in learning sign language through her roommate, a sign language interpreter. One day at a Deaf community event, she sees a young man sitting off by himself. Kassie feels compelled to try signing to him–

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blind    deaf    disability    disabled    love story    seattle