Lynda LeeAnne


Let's see... I'm a wife, a full-time mother of two extremely handsome little boys, and step-mother to a very beautiful pre-teen. I was born and raised in different areas of Houston, Texas, thus the reason I'm a cross between city girl and country girl. My goal in life is to live on a huge ranch with my family and a plethora of goats, horses and cows; but no chickens! A family friend gave me a baby "chick" when I was 10 years old and the damn thing turned out to be a monstrous ROOSTER! It was evil!

Along with being a full-time wife and mother, I also work a full-time 8 to 5. So for me, writing has been a wonderful escape. I never realized how much fun it would be until I got started.

I'm fairly new to writing and only hope to grow with time. Throughout school I took journalism and was also on my high school's newspaper team.... truthfully, I just took the classes to get my off-campus pass, HA!

The coming of Lexi, baby is actually a funny story:
I was on vacation with my family and of course I couldn't leave home without my e-reader and the book I bought specifically for the trip. It was a paranormal (vampire) romance novel that was probably the 5th or 6th book in the series. Anyway, in this book (that I loved by the way) there was a scene that really grated on my nerves. It literally bothered me so much that I couldn't stop thinking about it the whole trip. In the scene, the sexy vampire cheats on the heroine. The heroine only find out because she overhears the main sexy vampire discussing his romp with a fellow vampire. The heroine gets so mad that she takes out her anger on said sexy vampire by giving it up. Then the scene ends and all is well.
This did not make me happy.
I REALLY wanted the sexy vamp to get caught in the act of cheating. I wanted the heroine to walk in on the SOB during the act and get furious and beat the crap out of him. So, as soon as I returned home from vacation, I sat down with my laptop with the intention of re-writing the scene... yes, it bothered me that much. One thing led to another and the story completely turned into a life of its own. Thus the making of Lex, baby.

Honestly, I can't believe I actually finished it!

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