Lynne Anne Bendoly


Following graduation from Cooper School of Art and Lakeland College, Lynne enjoyed a long career as an illustrator and graphic designer for advertising agencies and newspapers in Cleveland, Ohio.

Since retiring Lynne moved to Savannah where she writes and illustrates children’s books such as Tabetha’s Crow, Arny Armadillo’s Pillow, Rudy finds a Home, Princess Salina and the Unicorn.

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Princess Salina and the Unicorn
Price: $2.50 USD. Words: 2,770. Language: English. Published: October 27, 2014 by eTreasures Publishing, LLC. Categories: Fiction » Mashups
Just as Princess Salina is to marry the Prince of Latonia, she runs off through the forest on her trusted unicorn, Moonbeam, where she finds herself in a terrible predicament which only a wise old wizard can save her from and then she finds the love of her life.

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