Lynette M. Burrows is a survivor. She survived moving to seventeen different schools before she graduated from high school. She claims that this makes her uniquely qualified to write a dystopian novel or two.
She enjoys coffee, the pleasure of real books, and the crack of a nine-millimeter, not necessarily all at the same time—although they all appear in her stories. Spiced with a dash of intrigue, a dollop of mayhem, and a liberal dose of automatic weapons, her stories span space and time.
The White Box stories, her collaborations with Rob Chilson, appeared in Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact Magazine. She’s also had stories published in regional and national children’s magazines.
Her series, The Fellowship Dystopia, takes place in America, but it’s 1961 and not the nation you know. Readers have said that the first book in the series, My Soul to Keep, "is a brilliant story, well worth reading, and it leaves you a desire to read more about these characters."
She blogs regularly about inspiration, books, story research, writing, and other subjects of interest. She responds to every comment.
Lynette, her artist husband, and their pack of Yorkies (Astro, Neo, & Gizmo) live in Oz, otherwise known as Kansas.