Carmen Lytle


Carmen was born in San Diego, CA in 1964 and is at the tail-end of the Baby Boomer generation. She is a co-contributor in "Being You: How to Live Authentically" [Gerard Doyle] as Magena Fawn, and a co-contributor in a college textbook for a prison initiative: "Communication in Society" [Jess K. Alberts, Judith N. Martin, Thomas K. Nakayama]. She lives at the top of Bent Mountain in Virginia with her fun-loving mate, Roger, and enjoys expressing herself through writing, gardening, singing, massage, dream work, musing, bird-watching and trying her hand at cooking foreign dishes.

Smashwords Interview

Describe your desk
A few notebooks with things that were important yesterday, folded laundry, crystals, pottery, a hairbrush, and a cell phone. You never know when an urge to take a 'selfie' will strike.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I haven't grown up! All kidding aside, I'm a bit of a tumbleweed. My father was in the Navy, and I've made over 30 moves this lifetime. The different experiences, people, cultures, dress-styles, schools, accents and surroundings all impressed my life and perceptions. I've been blessed with many curiosities and experiences in my witnessing the lightning storms coming into Tampa Bay from the Gulf of Mexico, and the tree line in Colorado that demarks the elevation at which trees can no longer thrive. I got a little drunk in the Sandia Mountains in New Mexico once in my 20s, and slept with a man for the first time without having sex. We just cuddled all night and listened to Fleetwood Mac songs on vinyl. Yes, I am that old and "no" he wasn't gay. What was the question again?
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Where to find Carmen Lytle online


Legions of Angels: Voices of the Divine That I Found Online
Price: Free! Words: 16,530. Language: English. Published: June 21, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Spiritual awakening, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Addiction & recovery
A compilation of 'heart scriptures' by everyday Earth angels that I found online after a long mental and emotional breakdown. May this book give hope and restore sacredness and sanity to whoever finds it. Illustrated by Chad Glass.

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