Lindsey Bakken's current status is that of "Student" at the University of Minnesota. She's been writing since she learned the alphabet and is very excited to share her works. Lindsey loves to travel and wants to study abroad in London or Ireland. A few other things she loves are BOOKS, fireplaces, her job at the library, and people who don't take life so literally.
What are you working on next?
My next book will be the sequel to When the Sun Goes Down, and it will be titled The Promise of Stars. The preorder is out already, and the book itself will be released on March 27th. Check it out on Apple, Diesel Books, Kobo, Smashwords, and Barnes and Noble! I know how hard it is to wait for a book I want to read, so I worked hard in order to cut the waiting time. This way, any eager soul who can't bear to go without the sequel can sooner find out what Ally has in store for her next.
Who are your favorite authors?
Lemony Snicket, a.k.a Danial Handler, is so incredible. The Series of Unfortunate Events contains some of the most real, creative, and thoroughly entertaining books I've ever read. Suzanne Collins is an artist, no question about it. I've recently gotten into Cassandra Clare and her books provide high-quality entertainment.
Ally comes to the Rebirth with the expectation that everything will be different: she’ll be the queen of a wealthy city and live happily-ever-after with Maverick in her palace. Too soon, her dreams are shattered with the realization that there’s always more to learn. And people never tell the whole truth. When her world threatens once more to crumble down, she must fight back in a whole new way.
When the Sun Goes Down is centered around a girl named Ally at a time when the world has been taken out in an unspoken accident. She goes on a dangerous quest for knowledge and fulfillment, and faces impossible forces that act against her and put her life at risk.